Security slips down IT department priorities

Tuesday, 22 May 2007, 10:18 AM EST

IT executives in the next 12 months will be focusing their budgets on projects such as server consolidation and network upgrades, as previously high priorities such as security, risk management and compliance fall off their Top 10 lists.

Goldman Sachs this week released its most recent survey of 100 IT managers, and it shows that while budgets remain flat and spending moderately steady, the technologies IT buyers are investing in most heavily have changed.

At Computerworld.

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