Recession Over-Hyped? Not For Enterprise and Infrastructure Projects

Greg Ness from Infoblox writes a blog post on this topic.

Infoblox recently hosted a series of customer Advisory Board Meetings on the East Coast of the US and in Northern Europe. The attendees represented a number of the biggest companies in the world – we’re talking global, household names. Included along with discussions of large-scale deployments of DNS, DHCP, IPAM and other core network services, the group discussed the impacts (or expected impacts) of the current economic woes on IT spending and project priorities.

Several said that IT spending growth would slow from perhaps 5-7% YoY to 3-5% YoY growth. But a reduction in growth is far short of a net reduction in spending: The vast majority of companies said that they would not put off major IT projects, including infrastructure projects.


Author: John

Entrepreneur living in Palo Alto California and the Founder of SiliconANGLE Media

2 thoughts on “Recession Over-Hyped? Not For Enterprise and Infrastructure Projects”

  1. In the 1930s infratsructure was seen as critical to the recovery. Today’s infrastructure is the network. While we wait and see to what extent Cisco revises its outlook downward, I think the bigger picture issue is which categories will be more resilient than others?


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