CIOs find creative ways to delay PC purchases

10/25/2009 | TechRepublic

Postponing the replacement of employees' computers is a common way to reduce the information technology budget, Jason Hiner writes. But many chief information officers say they are rethinking their purchasing strategy this year instead of just postponing a typical upgrade, a report finds. CIOs say they're considering virtualization, leasing options and replacing equipment one component at a time, among other options.

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