Analysts outline how Capgemini’s adoption of digital and cloud has resulted in newfound growth for the company.
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Worldwide shipments of PCs, tablets and smartphones are expected to exceed 2.3 billion units in 2017, a slight dip of 0.3 per cent from 2016.
PwC Australia completes major coup by recruiting long-time Accenture veteran Jane Livesey to run the consulting house’s technology practice.
Murray Whitlocke-Jones joins Unisys to lead its Asia Pacific partner and alliance program.
Dimension Data has been lauded by Frost & Sullivan for its consulting, technical support and managed services.
Lenovo has promoted its consumer director, Brendan Lau, as its PC and Smart Devices (PCSD), consumer and SMB director.
Gartner names the top global 100 companies to make the cut.
Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co reveals plans to acquire Vocus Group, with the US-based private equity firm tabling a $2.1 billion buyout proposal.
Company allegedly receiving financial support from tech giants in bidding for the semiconductor business.
Steps down from A/NZ managing director role after five years.
With the worldwide cloud infrastructure services market growing, Canalys expects to see even more vendor dependency on the channel.
Peter Brady has resigned from his role as general manager of Kaspersky in A/NZ, exiting the security vendor after five years.
UpGuard has forged a partnership with Insentra in A/NZ, naming the latter as its exclusive service delivery partner in the region.
Technology Business Research finds that a price war is imminent in the premium PC space.
Move aims to maximise the value of each business
The storied Toshiba laptop brand relaunched globally as Dynabook last year. Kickstarting 2020, the channel-centric vendor has been offering partners a $50 incentive per notebook sold.