Posts Tagged ‘mobility’
Gartner claims the mobility trend will help global market to surpass the $67 billion mark this year.
Security experts warn firms must protect data as well as endpoints, or their sensitive information will fall into the wrong hands.
Westcon is attempting to fill the needs gap in BYOD solutions to help partners take advantage of the burgeoning mobility market with a subscription-based, easy-to-deploy package that aims to take some of the complexity and risk out of BYOD initiatives. Is this a glimpse of the future of distribution?
BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins believes the age of tablets will be short lived. He has a point, but it’s based on faulty reasoning. Here’s why.
IBM is looking to shed underperforming business units and products, trim jobs and cut expenses to reach its earnings goals. In the process, Big Blue will likely turn to channel partners for more support in selling and supporting cloud computing, Big Data and data protection products.
Gartner finds 38 percent of companies worldwide say they expect to stop providing mobile devices to their staff by 2016.
At first blush, Google Glass isn’t exactly what you would expect. Its applications are limited and it immediate marks the user as uber geek. While the jury is still out whether this cyborg-like device is truly marketable, there are a few practical applications that may find their way into the channel.
According to data from Strategy Analytics, Windows has gone from a dead stop last year to nearly 7.5 percent market share on the strength of 3 million units shipped worldwide last quarter.
Exiting CEO Paul Otelleni’s walk down memory lane encapsulates the evolution of the tech giant from innovator and market dominator to a company forced to scrap and claw with more nimble rivals in the highly mobile, post-PC world.
Synnex is joining other distributors in enabling solution providers to capitalize on the mobility trend by forming a new division that will give resellers products and support in selling devices, transport services and complementary technologies.