All indications are that 2015 was a year of significant growth in the IT industry, according to a new study by CompTIA. The current study says the new year promises IT sales improved by increasing confidence in the global economy to bring strengthened.
Industry Outlook Survey 2015 revealed CompTIA estimated growth rate of 5 percent for the global IT industry in 2015, planned with a similar figure for the United States. If the prediction is incorrect, they can transmit more than $ 50 billion in additional revenue for the IT industry in the US, pushing the annual total more than 1.1 billion euros, according to the study.
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CompTIA expected that the outcome of the top 12 drivers in the industry, including the growing importance of mobile and cloud solutions, as well as countless ways that increase offered flowering the Internet of Things. Other factors include the continuing importance of corporate security, a planned review of the canal and the increasing need for simplicity in technology.
Add the incredible pace of innovation in the past five years, a new phase of maturity in 2015, promoting the values and benefits to the users unused in the world, said Tim Herbert, vice president of research and market information on CompTIA, in a statement ,
The survey 650 executives and professionals in December.Last year CompTIA only predicts an overall increase of 3.4 percent in the IT Business Confidence Index sales.CompTIA IT industry is also on the rising sales trends this year, with Q1 reading recorded increased by 2.4 percentage points, for a total of 64 ,5 points.
The steadily improving Business Confidence Index suggests there is a feeling that we’ve finally reached an acceptable degree of stability across the economy said Herbert. “There is an expectation this will translate to even greater levels of investment in technology. But even though the future looks bright, Herbert warns against being overly optimistic, as CompTIA’s research hardly means that the future is set in stone. As we all know, nothing in the IT industry is certain.