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Gartner Bullish on PC Shipments

Apparently, the folks at Gartner went a little overboard with negativity and lowered its forecast for first-quarter PC shipments too much. The analysts are now saying that the market should recover nicely in 2010 -- and that 2009 isn't going to be as nasty as expected, either.

Your editor has had a sneak peek at the upcoming salary surveys for both RCP the magazine and Redmond. Watch for those in print and online in the next couple of months -- you might be surprised at what we've found.

Posted by Lee Pender on 06/30/2009 at 1:22 PM


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