Poll: Where Are You Spending Your IT Dollars In 2017?

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We want to know about your top IT spending priorities for the year ahead. Take our flash poll and tell us where your IT dollars are headed.

For many organizations, the fourth quarter is the time when budgets are getting finalized and higher-ups are giving the stamp of approval to the technology roadmaps you've worked so hard to build.

Last week, Gartner released its list of strategic tech trends for 2017 and highlighted CIO priorities for the year ahead.

According to the research firm, worldwide spending on IT products and services is slated to reach $3.5 trillion in 2017.

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Meanwhile, studies from consulting firms Accenture and Ernst & Young warn of a changing technology ecosystem that puts IT in danger of being marginalized.

With all this as a backdrop, we want to know your IT investment plans for 2017. Please take our Flash Poll below and tell us your spending priorities.

If you have trouble responding above, click here to access the poll.

We'll discuss the poll results in a follow-up article.

Please also take a moment to share your top predictions, concerns, or hopes for enterprise technology in 2017 and beyond with us in the comments section below.

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