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Partners discuss recession's effects on corporate IT spending

Three solution providers talk about how the recession has affected their businesses and their customers' spending habits.

The recession's effects on corporate IT spending aren't totally clear yet, but IT solutions providers are starting to see some signs: longer sales cycles, delayed purchases and more scrutiny from IT spending decision-makers.

In this podcast, we gathered three solutions providers for a roundtable discussion about the recession's effects on their businesses and on corporate IT spending. The guests are: Jonathan Dambrot, managing director of Prevalent Networks in Warren, N.J.; Mont Phelps, president and CEO of NWN Corp. in Waltham, Mass.; and Dave Sobel, CEO of Evolve Technologies in Fairfax, Va.

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