In 2015, analysts are united in the belief that one topic dwarfs all others to the point it has become the context for almost everything else: security.
Another quarter, another happy financial report from Apple. The company's third financial quarter is rarely the place where you expect to see records - but there was still a lot to be gleaned from the numbers, and from the following hour-long call with financial analysts.
“We want to stress that this is not a market crash.”
“We've seen a change in IT end-user profile in particular in the analytics space.”
“The demand for basic wearables, those that do not run third party apps, has been absolutely astounding."
Microsoft is just weeks away from pushing customers into a radical overhaul of how they receive security, maintenance and new feature updates.
"We look forward to continuing and growing our relationship with Westcon Group New Zealand."
The industry's finest descended on the Top of the Town to celebrate the launch of the 2015 Reseller News ICT Industry Awards, at the Judges’ Networking Lunch in Auckland.
“Building on our newly acquired businesses and consistent organic growth of our core operations, three growth engines have been formed."
The HP 2015 Sales Odyssey hit New Zealand last week, with a record number of HP partners heading to Auckand’s Aotea Centre for a glimpse of the latest solutions in mobility, desktop and print.
Not enough noise is being made over the changes to Apple’s second generation iPad Air. The gold-standard in tablets has undergone an extreme internal makeover, and yet too few are batting an eye.
Apple is hosting a special event on Thursday (US time), which we expect will see the unveiling of new iPads, new Macs, and maybe even a long-awaited update to the Apple TV.
When Apple released the first iPhone, its 3.5-inch touchscreen seemed huge compared to the displays of other phones. Nonetheless, competitors responded with even larger screens, trying to find areas where they could provide clear alternatives to Apple hardware. Consumers responded positively, so the competition started making even bigger phones.
Like a great many people, I'm planning to pre-order one of the new iPhones, but I'm still on the fence about whether to order an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus.
When German radio manufacturers gathered in 1924 to show off their products, just a year after regular broadcasting began in the country, they probably didn't imagine they were sowing the seeds for what eventually would become IFA.
There may be big expectations for the wearables market, but the reality is that until someone transforms the category -- Apple's the usual suspect -- it won't break out of a very small constituency.
The notebook was king for many years when it came to mobile productivity. In the age before mainstream Cloud adoption, there simply was no other way to get work done outside of the office. This changed, however, with the evolution of smartphones and the introduction of tablets.
Computex 2014 was riddled with knock-off smartwatches, phones, tablets, headphones, televisions and even one company who is trying to cash in on another brand. Here is a collection of our favourites.
Microsoft has lost more than $1.2 billion so far on its Surface tablet business, an expensive experiment that makes tomorrow's revelations of new hardware an important milestone for the "devices" side of its corporate-refashioning strategy.
Flagships from the leading Android manufacturers are on sale now in Australia. There’s the 5.2in Xperia Z2 from Sony, the 5.1in Galaxy S5 from Samsung and the 5in One (M8) from HTC. All three are fantastic choices, but one of them will go down as an all time great.