The days of soaring IT budgets and frenzied technology spending sprees are a distant memory for most CIOs, as companies clamp down on expenses.
In 2007, Forrester Research expects the majority of corporate IT budgets to remain flat with last year's levels even as many costs, including staffing, continue to creep up and corporate boards seem to be demanding more than ever from their IT organizations.
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