IT is one of the fastest growing industries, and it vastly depends on the outsourcing. Even though it is still considerably cheaper to employ staff elsewhere and pay with a weaker NOK than simply cover the regular Norwegian IT professional salaries, the information technology companies that generate income from the local market and outsource most of their workforce will be majorly affected. Besides that most of the IT tools and apps (e.g. servers, trackers, PM systems etc) are priced in the currency different than NOK.
Even though Norsk Tipping and Norsk Rikstoto are the only two companies that can legally operate gambling activities on the territory of Norway, there are many more companies operating in a grey manner by servicing Norwegian gamblers. Websites like Gratis-spinn.com host numerous reviews of the various operators within the country, and as you can see, the number is impressive. The operators that focus on the Norwegian market are solely generating their revenues in NOK, however, the majority of their expenses (e.g. software licensing, advertising) is paid in one of the major currencies, usually the US dollar or Euro.