Ever since the long-simmering sub-prime problems erupted into a full-blown economic crisis last September, industry watchers have been predicting lean times for IT budgets, with a special emphasis on scaling back costly or ambitious IT spending efforts, particularly in the area of infrastructure spending.
Not surprisingly, those who may be the most gung-ho about DI also involved in the DI market. ETL and services vendors, for example, speak of the importance (and likely growth) of enterprise DI efforts. Analysts predict an uptick in DI-related activity, too. Few predict an outright contraction in a DI segment that's been a hotbed of recent activity.
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