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Channelnomics' top five stories of the week

Channelnomics' top five stories of the week

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Editor's voice: the week's channel chatter

What's been happening this week on Channelnomics?

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Chromebooks smashing iPads out of U.S. education market

Research from analyst FutureSource Consulting claims the mobile computing market grew more than 40 percent in North America compared to overall 18 percent growth

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Microsoft Surface may finally be helping the channel

Evidence is building that Surface's increasing success is having a collateral benefit for partners

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Chromebook victorious again in K-12 education market

Manageability a key factor

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Microsoft spreads its wings with Acompli acquisition

Next step in firm's attempts to widen its mobility reach

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Hello 'gorgeous'. Apple unveils latest iPad.

Updated Apple device gets Tim Cook excited

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Apple to launch new iPad 16 October, not a rock band in sight - report

Reports say that Apple is hosting a low-key event to launch its new iPad and iMac updates

Whatever Happened to Microsoft's International Retail Store Plans?

As the vendor's U.K. retail entity is wound up, we ask what happened to its bold ambitions to launch stores worldwide

Apple Celebrates Another Record Quarter

Third quarter net income grows 13 per cent as iPhone maker Apple sees growth in overseas markets

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VARs need to evolve; vendors can help them do it

Who bears responsibility for helping the channel adopt new business models?

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Vendor Q&A Series: Charles Foley, Watchful Software

The latest channel exec to sit in the Channelnomics hotseat is Watchful Software's chairman and CEO

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Lenovo’s next super challenge: Rebuilding trust after Superfish

The Superfish spyware scandal has tarnished Lenovo’s reputation, causing partners and customers to consider alternate brands

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Humans and machines: A dynamic duo

In its latest tech report, Accenture predicts an increasingly ‘blended” workforce, with humans and technology working side by side to bolster efficiency, increase safety, and make great things happen