The PC and tablet market is expected to dip in 2020 but forecasts predict the worst of the coronavirus pandemic has passed and will start to see growth by the end of 2022.
South Korean prosecutors have requested an arrest warrant against Samsung Group heir Jay Y. Lee, in the investigation of a controversial 2015 merger and alleged accounting fraud in a suspected bid to aid his succession plans.
NetApp has entered into a deal to acquire Spot, a specialist provider of compute management and cost optimisation solutions for public clouds.
Global smartphone shipments will fall nearly 12 per cent, to 1.2 billion units in 2020, market research firm IDC has said.
Enterprise software giant SAP announced a series of changes to its partner programmes overnight, saying they would put partners at the centre of the company's drive to improve customer success.
World’s largest airline manufacturer Airbus is well on its way to utilising and helping influence the development of the future of quantum computing.
Microsoft has begun replacing what it calls the "legacy" Microsoft Edge browser with its Chromium-based "new" Edge browser, via a Windows Update.
If left unpatched, these SAP ASE vulnerabilities could give attackers full control of databases and servers.
China's Huawei Technologies allegedly acted to cover up its relationship with a firm that had tried to sell prohibited US computer gear to Iran, after a Reuters report in 2013.
The pandemic has given the latest version of Microsoft’s desktop-as-a-service offering unstoppable momentum.
The global unified communications market is expected to drop slightly by the end of 2020, but cloud-focused initiatives are anticipated to soften the blow.
Network pros can be learning new skills during the pandemic to support shifting IT priorities.
Networking vendor Cradlepoint has created a ‘technology alliance’ as part of a refresh to its partner program.
Google has been sued in a proposed class action accusing the internet search company of illegally invading the privacy of millions of users by pervasively tracking their internet use through browsers set in "private" mode.
Cisco has decided to postpone its first virtual Cisco Live event, which was set to kick-off this week, with the company’s CEO citing “this tragic moment”.
Unified communications vendor RingCentral has launched a new partner program that claims to give the channel more control over their sales.
InternetNZ is offering a new cyber security product, Defenz Domain Name System (DNS) Firewall, on a free four-month trial.
Konica Minolta, left orphaned for distribution in New Zealand after Fuji Xerox bought CSG, has appointed Brother International as its new local A3 print and copy distributor.
Zoom nearly doubled its expectations for annual sales on Tuesday, driven by a surge in users as more people work from home and connect with friends online during coronavirus lockdowns.
The Department of Internal Affairs is working with the provider of its Marketplace catalogue to deliver a security fix and bring the catalogue back online.
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