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Work from home demand sees Australian PC market flourish
“The commercial market saw huge demand as businesses, government, and students all moved to working from home and online learning."
Top 10 digital transformation trends for Australia - IDC
In 2020 the emphasis shifts from DX technologies to underlying organisational structures and innovation ecosystems.
IDC: SaaS makes up lion’s share of Aussie cloud service revenue
SaaS revenue accounted for 65.8% of the total Australian public cloud services revenue in 2018.
IDC: co-creation creates opportunities for revenue growth
Improved relationships between departments enables organisations to address more strategically aligned business issues.
Aussies out of love with smartphone upgrades
According to IDC, the Australian smartphone market suffered a record 9.0% decline in unit shipments in 2018.
PC monitor market has biggest growth spurt in a decade
The Australian PC monitor continues to grow at near double digits each quarter, hitting an impressive 10.4% for 2018 calendar year.
IDC: Aussie PC market back on the downhill
After two quarters of near 10% growth, the Australian PC market dipped -2.5% in 4Q18 - a trend that looks set to continue in 2019.
AU’s smartphone market suffers record decline
The smartphone market in Australia is going through some tough slog at the moment, but there is some good news on the horizon.
IDC: Top 10 trends for Australia’s digital transformation
The CDO title is declining, 35% of us will be working with bots, the Net Promoter Score will be key to success, and more.
Why there’s a surging demand for managed cloud services
About 60% of Australian enterprises plan to use MCS for legacy application modernisation.
Australian uptake of enterprise IoT is on the rise
IDC has released its 2018-2019 Global IoT Decision-Maker Survey, which reports that 46.5% of Australian enterprises have deployed at least one IoT solution.
IDC: Aussie spending on IT Services to hit $23.5B by 2023
the project-oriented market which is predicted to achieve the highest CAGR through to 2023; though no market is expected to decline
IDC’s 2018 Aussie DX award-winner
Brisbane’s Chief Digital Officer wins 2018 “Digital Leader of the Year” in IDC’s Digital Transformation Awards (DXa) for Australia.
Local traditional PC market up 8.8% in 2Q18
Traditional PC shipments have seen an unexpected rise in Oz, boosted by the commercial market.
APAC enterprises world leaders in digital disruption
By implementing new digital technologies and business models, APAC enterprises are world leaders in digital disruption.
6 ways your manual payroll system could be increasing your risk profile
Bill Gates was right: business and risk do go hand-in-hand.
Data for good: Using data to help preserve our world
If you are tracking the evolution of data, it is easy to see that we are fast approaching a time when data will be considered life-critical.
Research: HP took lion’s share of PC shipments in 4Q17
“Chromebooks grew by 67.2% YoY, the majority of which came from the education segment. The uptake of Chromebooks is expected to increase in 2018.”
Windows Phones officially dead as market share drops by 99.7%
IDC’s smartphone OS report shows that Windows Phone’s market share dropped to 0% in Q4 2017.
IDC Australia industry predictions for 2018
"The digitalisation phenomenon will continue to push DX as the top priority for IT executives."
IDC predicts the future of the Australian IT industry
The analyst has predicted that digital transformation initiatives will continue to dominate Australian IT business discussions and investment.
IDC: Australian IT execs hitting 'digital deadlock' to digital transformation
In 2017 63 percent of organisations in ANZ were in early stages of their digital transformation because of their 'digital deadlock'.
IDC: Aussie businesses to bolster analytics investment in 2018
They say the increased investment is driven by a need more effectively utilise the data that has been captured and maintained.
Consumer, enterprise and public sector fuel Aussie PC spend
Australia’s traditional PC market has bucked the global trend to record growth in Q2, driven by strong consumer, enterprise and public sector spend.