Dealing with the economic meltdown


Bad news gets worse for IT

The conventional wisdom until now was that the IT sector has already slashed budgets and stayed lean after the bust and would therefore suffer a slowdown but not a decline. Here’s why analysts are revising their forecasts

Sun VP leaves, layoff of 6,000 workers planned

IT sector will survive downturn: analyst


Five top IT spending priorities for tough times

Recession? What recession?

Economic downturn sparks interest in cloud computing

IT buyers rule in weak economy

Demand for overseas outsourcing to dive if U.S. economic crisis continues

Global IT spending to drop: Forrester

Advice and Strategies

5 steps to recession-proof yourself

Should you buy, lease or — move to the clouds?

5 reasons why Gen Ys are more likely to survive recession

Recession-proofing your core analytics Six tips for managing your IT infrastructure in a down economy

IBM responds to economic woes with virtualization

Will IT be affected by a recession?

How to set yourself apart during a recession

Coping with the financial meltdownApart from the personal pain inflicted by the financial crisis, few of us will escape some sort of impact on our working lives – and CIOs are no exception


IT execs told to prepare for hiring freeze as recession sets in The next big thing in IT is cost reduction and risk management says Gartner report.

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