Whether an administrator buys a piece of computer software depends on a number of factors.
(1) necessity of the software for doing business
(2) economic benefit related to purchasing software over costs (decreased insurance premium, etc)
(3) overall cost, including support
(4) high demand for software by influential users
low to moderate
moderate to high
need to stay in business
strong economic incentive
not worth bother; decision depends on overall cost and level of demand
depends on overall cost and level of demand
probably not purchase
need a valid reason to purchase
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