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Technology Buying Cycle: What Goes Around Isn’t Coming Around

Newly acquired IT companies are struggling to maintain momentum as the technology buying cycle becomes more fluid and dynamic, according to Gartner.

Intel Makes $100 M Commitment to Smart Tech, Wearables

Intel has put its money where its mouth is on smart technology, pledging a $100 million investment aimed at the development of wearables.

Gartner: Lower-cost Devices to Drive Spending Rebound

Spending on PCs, ultramobiles, mobile phones and tablets will return to solid growth in 2014 but lower-cost devices will be the order of the day.

Salesforce Leaps Into Global Software Top 10

Pure-play cloud vendor Salesforce.com Inc. moved into the top 10 worldwide software vendors by revenue last year, according to Gartner.

Report: Tablet Shipments to Outpace PCs by 2015

More tablets than traditional PCs will be shifted in 2015, according to Gartner, which pointed to shipments of the two shooting off in opposite directions.

Mobile Powers Up Channel Sales and Partner Engagement

The powers of mobile technology have now become more pronounced in the channel environment as vendors strive to increase mindshare among partners, optimize engagement and empower their reps to generate more sales.

Internet of Things to Transform Data Center Opportunity

The need to process even larger volumes of data in real time means the Internet of Things will mean additional security, capacity and analytics challenges for data center providers.

Android Trumps iOS in Tablet War as Sales Surge

Android tablets snatched the market-leader crown from Apple Inc. last year, according to Gartner, which warned that future tablet sales will be based on more than just price.

Going Mobile in 2015 and 2016

A Gartner researcher has outlined his thoughts on what could be the top 10 mobile technologies and capabilities in the next two years.

Emerging Markets Drive Smartphone Boom

Smartphones overtook feature phones for the first time in 2013, accounting for 53.6 percent of all global mobile phone sales, according to Gartner.