Internet of Things street furniture gathering data

IoT needs you! But do you want it?

Internet of Things adoption is banking on solution providers, but will they engage?


IDC: Networks, laptops driving higher education spending

Tablets purchases expected to increase in 2015


IDC predicts 21 percent increase in 2015 cloud infrastructure spending

Research firm expects U.S. to see fourth largest growth globally


IDC: Most manufacturers in the cloud

Cloud spending expected to increase over next two years


PC shipments slump to lowest since 2009 - IDC

Notebooks and tablet shipments seeing growth

  • PCs

The Good, the bad and the ugly

Channelnomics examines the good news, bad news and downright ugly news that surrounded the channel in March


Windows XP helps Dell, Samsung, Lenovo ship more PC monitors

IDC reports positive year-over-year growth of monitor shipments for three vendors

Motorola's Project Ara intends to bring modular customisation to smartphones

IDC: Tablets, PCs will lose market share to smartphones by 2019

Analyst says users are opting for smartphones as their preferred connected device

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IDC: Tablets still present opportunities for resellers

IDC reports opportunities for resellers despite declining growth

Google datacentre racks

Datacenter networks' support and deployment attach rates an opportunity for partners, analyst says

Vendor focus on attach rates and contracts can provide revenue growth for partners

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Cloud calls for new reseller business models - partner

Partner talks important cloud trends for resellers to note


Diagnosis ‘dire’ for U.S. healthcare

Could analytics/big data solutions be the ‘shot in the arm’ that the healthcare industry needs?

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It’s high time for less advising, more providing

Achieving ‘trusted advisor’ status is nice, but it’s no longer enough


Vendor Q&A Series: Mark Arman, Polycom

The latest channel exec to sit in the Channelnomics hotseat is Polycom's VP of worldwide channel sales