Computers Article Archive:
E-discovery and cyber-forensics vendor AccessData is injecting $6M into its channel this year as it ramps up its indirect business.
The ‘billion-dollar business in the making,’ which is focused on addressing Big Data challenges, will be opened up to the channel.
The software giant claims some reports did not ‘accurately represent’ content of its conversation with certain national media journalists.
Gartner finds 38 percent of companies worldwide say they expect to stop providing mobile devices to their staff by 2016.
Lenovo North American channel chief Chris Frey tells a group of resellers that those who build a practice around touch will be at a competitive advantage a year from now.
Ingram Micro is launching a hardware-as-a-service program aimed at bolstering recurring channel revenue and broadening partners’ service options. Partners, on the other hand, balk at the potential financial risks.
Chipmaker Intel has a vision in which new tablets and all-in-one machines proliferate for different uses and reverse the ongoing slide in PC sales. What could actually happen is further cannibalization in the PC market that stalls even tablet adoption.
Speaking outside an Acer-sponsored corporate social responsibility conference in Taipei last week, Wang told reporters he sees “a turning point” in the coming year with lower retail prices and rapidly growing popularity pushing global tablet sales toward a “magic number” of 200 million units, and perhaps even improving the fortunes of the beleaguered Windows 8 operating system.
HP turned up in a gambler’s paradise to stake its future on chief executive Meg Whitman’s turnaround plan. What are the key parts of this big bet, and do partners believe it can pay off?
Hewlett-Packard is upping its game in tablets by launching a low-cost 7-inch tablet running Google’s Android operating system. At the same time, it’s shedding the last vestige of its failed 2011 foray into the tablet market.