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Poll: Are you buying new hardware in 2010?

Hardware upgrades will spur IT spending growth in 2010, says to Forrester. Will your company be buying PCs, servers, or storage equipment this year?

On Friday, Forrester updated its 2010 outlook for global and U.S. IT spending. Forester predicts U.S. IT spending of 8.4 percent, up from the company's previous estimate of 8.1 percent. Spending globally will be down slightly to 7.7 percent.

According to Forrester's report (excerpt):

Computer equipment and software will be the strongest product categories, with PCs, peripherals, and storage equipment leading the computer category and operating system software and applications setting the pace for software.

Will your company be buying PCs, servers, or storage equipment this year? If so, what will you be buying?

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