Posts Tagged ‘smartphones’
PC and tablet vendors such as Dell, Lenovo and Samsung love to talk about how their devices fit into value-add solutions, but vendors do more to confuse solution providers and the market by pushing arbitrary sales goals and channel incentives.
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.
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.
This week in On Point, we take a look at security briefs and releases to enhance your offerings.
It’s increasingly less important whether a user types or swipes, just that they engage with information and each other via advanced digital technology.
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.
As mind-boggling as it sounds, more than one out of four U.S. companies are still without any mobile strategy at all.
Of all of the technologies with the potential to improve health care delivery and reduce costs, mobile applications may hold the most promise.
While you and your clients are busy sweating out the security ramifications of BYOD, the bulk of the modern workforce remains amazingly clueless.And we wonder why mobility keeps us up at night.
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.