Disaster Recovery, Security, Compliance Top Europe's IT Agenda

January 2007
Business Communications Review;Jan2007, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p6
Trade Publication
The article discusses a report from Forrester Research that suggests personal computers and servers will remain the largest single category of information technology spending among European businesses in 2007. In addition, the report states that the most important priorities for infrastructure projects will be disaster recovery, security, and regulatory compliance. Furthermore, 23 percent of firms are using server virtualization technology, with many more planning to, in an effort to reduce system complexity.


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