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Frugalnomics in Effect - Gartner predicts low IT spending growth for 2016

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Gartner recently published their latest worldwide IT spending forecasts, and with a likely economic slowdown on the horizon, are projecting an anemic 0.6% YoY increase from 2015. According to Forrester, prospects indicate that less than 12% of sales engagements are focused on outcomes and customer value. Sources: Gartner Says Worldwide IT Spending is Forecast to Grow 0.6

Frugalnomics in Effect - Gartner predicts 5.5% decline in IT spending for 2015

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Gartner recently published their latest worldwide IT spending forecasts with a sharp downward revision, now projecting a 5.5% YoY decline from 2014 levels. This latest estimate from Gartner is a further downward revision of the overly optimistic forecast published to kickoff the New Year, where Gartner was anticipating a 2.4% Percent in 2014 Gartner Forecasts 3.1%

Mi6 Agency’s Top Charts for July 2016

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Only 37% of developers surveyed measure their success in the sector by revenue or user experience, with the balance playing at it for fun, as a hobby or to try to stay ahead of the curve. Forrester’s predictions on the trajectory of success for the Internet of Things (IoT) in this chart show some interesting trends around what are still immature technologies. Week of July 4th.

Test Your Digital IQ with Mark Schaefer’s Social Media Quiz

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What is the largest Internet-based company in the world? a) Google. b) Amazon. c) eBay. d) Tencent. Source 2014 Millward Brown study. 6. (D) According to a 2014 Forrester study, 44% use the second screen of social media while watching TV. 7. (B) Hangouts On Air allow users to broadcast and record live stream video. 8. (B) Automatic Kismet. Who was the first U.S. Italian. Spanish 8.7%.

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When Good Things Happen to Good Research

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Basically, you go out and conduct a survey in your area of interest or expertise and publish the results.  Bank of America has an annual CFO survey, Deloitte serves up a holiday survey each fall, and Staples has been taking the temperature of small business in recent years. The problem with this survey is that I’m neither credible nor qualified to respond to it but have an incentive to do so anyway. The last IT decision I made was whether or not to call them about the earring I dropped into the printer.  So I probably shouldn’t participate in this survey.