Survey: How coronavirus impacts IT spending now and moving forward

Fill out our survey for a chance to win an Amazon voucher

Here at IT Pro, we understand the impact the coronavirus outbreak has had on every industry. Even we’ve felt the brunt of its force in the past few months. Together, we can work through this and ensure the tech industry remains as strong as ever and comes out stronger on the other side.

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To get a better feel for how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our dedicated readers, we’ve put together a quick survey. Here, we can get a better feel for how the virus has affected your IT spending and where you plan to focus your future IT investments. We also explore what direction you expect your company to go after the outbreak clears up, and it’s back to business as usual.

Your answers will give us the valuable insight we need to ensure we’re delivering topics that’ll help you move forward in the new post-lockdown world.

Please take a few minutes to fill out the survey. As a thank you, we’ll enter you for a chance to win a £25 (~$31.00) Amazon voucher.

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