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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.
File sharing service Dropbox is reportedly looking to raise $250 million to fund further expansion, including deeper inroads into the channel and capturing enterprise accounts. Dropbox is fast becoming a problem for backup and cloud storage companies far and wide.
It wasn’t long ago that Salesforce.com was touting its Touch mobile app and Chatter social networking platform as the fundamental interfaces for the company’s CRM offerings. You can forget about all that now.
Hewlett-Packard and Google suffered a minor setback to their challenge of Microsoft’s dominance of the PC market with the discontinued sale of Chromebook 11 models. Is this the end of the Chromebook experiment?
Google went live this week with Helpouts, the search giant’s effort to connect folks with ‘experts’ in various fields. Should IT partners be worried?
Microsoft’s new channel chief Phil Sorgen says the reason the Surface tablet isn’t broadly available to solution providers for resale is because Microsoft lacked a distribution strategy. While distribution is now in place, he says Microsoft is taking a “measured approach” to general channel availability.
As the world gears up for yet another holiday shopping orgy, it’s never been more important for the channel to tune into the habits and desires of this massing army of conspicuous consumers.
Mobile technology continues to enjoy stellar adoption in the business world, but new research indicates mobility is increasingly more about the app than the device.
In a global print media blitz, BlackBerry tries to fend off consumer concerns about a possible acquisition by vowing unwavering commitment to its users.
Hewlett-Packard collaborated with Google to develop two new sub-$300 Chromebooks specifically for the SMB market. HP is chasing a sharp rise Chromebook demand, which could signal a threat to Microsoft’s PC dominance.