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Stability on the horizon for the global PC and tablet market, according to Canalys
The industry analyst says the market will experience its smallest decline in four years.
Why server maintenance is vital for enterprise
Interactive already service over 250,000 devices across 20,000 sites in Australia and New Zealand.
NSW government taps 13 IT companies for ICT services panel
Ingram Micro, Data#3, Acer and Lenovo (amongst others) will all deliver services for NSW government departments.
Google closes $1.1b HTC deal, makes room for new HTC teammates
Separately, Google will receive a non-exclusive license for HTC intellectual property (IP).
Research: Enterprise IT infrastructure spend still on the rise
Cisco is also still the dominant enterprise vendor, leading the market in four of the six segments.
2018 forecast to be the year of hardware and mainframe modernisation
This expert says the advance of AI, machine learning and the IoT in 2018 will expose the importance of modernising legacy hardware and mainframes.
Gartner analyst: 5 steps to modernising IT infrastructure without the cost
Gartner says in most cases you can deliver a more agile IT environment using commercial off-the-shelf infrastructure.
Seven most interesting hardware startups at Meet Taipei 2017
A large concentration of Taiwanese startups are in the hardware sector, integrating IoT and smart technologies into their innovation.
To upgrade or not to upgrade – that is the security question
When we think of security, we probably think ‘software’ first. But software runs on hardware, and network security and access appliances are aging.
Seagate launches new 12TB ‘Guardian’ HDD range
Seagate says the new drives offer the highest capacity and performance in the industry, among network-attached storage (NAS) and desktop HDDs.
Why the device still matters - Understanding how hardware impacts the cloud
Your users don’t want more for less — they want more of what matters to them.
Benefits of upgrading your servers & OS – and the dangers of staying put
It has become vital to be agile and on the pulse of change – not least of which lies the importance of refreshing servers and operating systems.
Lexmark eyes market growth in Australia with new distie deal
“We are pleased to be able to bring our non-traditional distribution capabilities to Lexmark's award-winning range of products."
Landesk's new IT Asset Management solution is all about visibility
“With this newest release, Landesk brings together the technology necessary to provide the visibility IT departments need when managing assets."
Ricoh wins big for printer range
“Ricoh has a strong reputation for producing energy efficient devices. These awards demonstrate our continued commitment to customers."
Lower Hutt looks to bring global creative tech hub to NZ
"It works in a similar way to a gym membership but instead of access to fitness equipment, members get what they need to turn an idea into a reality."
Unisys wins NASA Research Center contract
Unisys has won a contract with NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC) to support the organisation's upcoming simulation and flight research mission.
IBM 4Q revenue slumps, 2015 outlook not great
Global tech giant IBM’s earnings slumped in the fourth quarter for 2014 as it moves away from its core hardware business.
‘My Passport Slim’ released
Western Digital has released their new series of portable hard drives just in time for Christmas.
Defiant Ballmer defends Microsoft's hardware venture
CEO Steve Ballmer has defended Microsoft's move into the hardware market, defiantly holding up a tablet in yet another emotional Redmond farewell.
Competing against the copier salesperson
Managed print services offers resellers the chance to get their foot in the door with copier replacements, says Paul Francois, Comworth OKI business manager