Smartphones Article Archive:
By 2020, 26 billion units will be connected to the Internet of Things — not including PCs, tablets and smartphones, says analyst Gartner.
Technology, like time, marches on. For 2014 there’s a new set of tech trends on the radar. Here’s what we see shaking up the channel in the year ahead.
The data trickling in from a banner Cyber Monday reveals an interesting fact. The holiday online retail bonanza owes a great deal to the clunky, old PC.
IDC figures show the mobility category is continuing to top the market.
Kaspersky Lab is delivering on the new mobile imperative by making significant enhancements to its partner portal.
Huawei Technologies CEO Ren Zhengfei says his company is no longer interested in the U.S. market and has effectively withdrawn to stay out of tense Sino-American political relations. His statement isn’t exactly clear, though, as there’s still plenty of Huawei activity in the U.S. market.
A new IDC report indicates the decline of global PC shipments in 2013 will be more than expected, and the downward trend will continue into 2014. Not even the end of Windows XP support will spur a significant rebound.
Need to feel more secure with your mobile employees? These software downloads, available for businesses and personal use, can help keep your business safe and your employees active.
Solution providers have less time than ever before to react to disruptive technologies if they hope to capitalize on the opportunity. Are you ready to act fast?
Companies are urged to consider the strategy around the apps before their customers opt for BYOD.