Posts Tagged ‘mobility’
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.
Kaspersky Lab is delivering on the new mobile imperative by making significant enhancements to its partner portal.
Distribution and channel veteran Joe Quaglia, who pioneered mobility and cloud computing systems, was promoted to president of the Tech Data’s Americas operations.
Newly private vendor Dell wants half of its staff to work remotely, bucking the industry trend spearheaded by Hewlett-Packard.
IDC figures show Windows Phone shipments more than doubled in the third quarter — most of which were Nokia handsets.
In a move that can only be described as curious, Chinese IT vendor Lenovo Group Ltd. this week went Hollywood, tapping well known actor Ashton Kutcher as its newest product engineer.
The list of potential suitors for beleaguered Blackberry continues to grow, with Cisco, Amazon and Lenovo being added to the list. While the obvious tech gained in this acquisition is the smartphone business, the real prize is mobile security.
Solution providers already wrestling with their clients’ BYOD initiatives have some new headaches to contend with along with a growing opportunity in the fledgling mobile security services space, according to a new report.
Phil Sorgen, the newly appointed Microsoft channel chief, speaks out for the first time to partners via video, promising commitment to partner opportunities and profitability with a device and services strategy.
With pre-sales of the Surface 2 tablet showing some life, Microsoft may be preparing to give the channel its first legitimate crack at selling the device.