EMM to the rescue: The future of mobile devices and the channel

Can enterprise mobility services partners save the sliding mobile market?

Businessman holding axe

Samsung to ax 10 percent of workforce - reports

Under-performing smartphone may be to blame


Sony launching drones to supplement smartphone business

Vendor to start selling drones in commercial space in first half of 2016


Gartner: Apple iPhone slows Samsung, competitor sales in Q2

Research firm reports increase in sales for Apple, decrease for rival Samsung

Instant messaging apps

Custom app development is new channel black

Differentiation is key as service space becomes more cutthroat and continues to evolve, VAR claims

Axe chopping wood

Lenovo set to axe five percent of global workforce

Chinese vendor hit by disappointing Motorola performance and continually shrinking PC market

A partial eclipse of the sun

Gartner: U.S eclipsed by China as it becomes Apple’s biggest customer

Analyst figures show emerging regions as the star performers in global smartphone market, but Apple is gaining ground in China

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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Samsung targeting the channel, Internet of Things

Giant announced B2B plans during annual shareholder meeting


Dell: Workplace devices rotating

Desktop remains device of choice in workplace


Shadow IT: Emerging vulnerabilities and channel opportunities

Shadow IT may be tricky for end user organizations, but is an opportunity for the channel, says Secure Designs' Ron Culler


The good, the bad and the ugly - September 2015

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


Channelnomics story of the month - September 2015

Check out which piece the Channelnomics team liked best


Size matters: MSPs need to strike the right balance

Too small and you may not be able to stay on top of what's happening in the channel. Too big and you may just lose your edge