Last year's performance was the worst since 2009, when the market dropped by 2.16 percent following the start of the financial crisis, and is most likely a result of reductions in desktop numbers over recent years, says Douglas B. Taylor, managing partner at Burton-Taylor.
"We've talked about desktop reductions for number of years, but now we're seeing the real impact of these reductions as the two-year cycle of major vendor contracts have completely run their course.... This is the biggest hit
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