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Health Care Is Becoming the Fastest-Growing Vertical in IT: In-Stat

September 1, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: eWeek

Health care is becoming the fastest-growing vertical for U.S. businesses, with (IAAS) (infrastructure as a service) leading the way, according to a new report by research firm In-Stat. IT spending in health care will grow 29 percent from 2010 to 2015, the company reports.

“The health care vertical segment, across all sizes of business, and across nearly all product groups, is fast becoming the most robust business vertical segment in U.S. business markets,” Greg Potter, an In-Stat analyst, said in a statement. “Demand for cloud computing services in particular has exploded, and we see nothing that would indicate that the trend won’t continue at least through 2015.”

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