December 13, 2017

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Intelisys eyes five cloud growth technologies for 2017

Intelisys Global, a technology services distributor responsible that claims to offer a new and highly profitable channel procurement model to the UK, has identified five key cloud technologies as valuable additional channel sales revenue streams for 2017. By bringing multiple telecommunications and cloud services providers together, Intelisys Global aims to provide its sales partner community with access to all the education, sales tools and support they need to add new cloud services to their portfolio. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 29 November 2016

Ian Kilpatrick, Nuvias

How do you protect your perimeter when you’ve blown it to pieces? Ian Kilpatrick, executive VP cybersecurity at Nuvias Group and Chairman Wick Hill Group, explains. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 29 November 2016

Yasser Zeineldin, eHosting DataFort

Why are businesses shifting to managed services for their IT needs? Yasser Zeineldin, CEO at eHosting DataFort, explains. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 21 November 2016

Business PC demand rises in Western Europe

The latest data from research firm CONTEXT has revealed that 5.28 million PC units were sold through the Western European distribution channel in the third quarter of 2016 - up 0.8% year-on-year. Notebooks accounted for 3.93 million units, desktops 1.27 million units, with the remainder made up of PC workstations. CONTEXT revealed that sales of business PCs and detachables were on the rise while consumer demand slumped. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 11 November 2016

Smartphone VR headset shipments to soar

A new Juniper Research study claims that there will be nearly 60 million smartphone VR headsets shipped globally per annum by 2021, more than triple the expected 16.8 million units forecast for calendar 2016. However, the lower price of these devices means they will only account for 7% of hardware revenue. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 10 November 2016

Ingram Micro to host cloud event in Dubai

Distributor Aptec, an Ingram Micro company, will host its inaugural Cloud Summit 2016 event for channel partners and prospects across the Middle East, Turkey and Africa (META) region later this month. Ingram Micro Cloud Summit META will take place in Dubai from November 13-15th. The event hopes to attract hundreds of the region’s solution providers, cloud service providers, cloud vendors, telcos, hosters, ISVs, and other cloud visionaries. Event sponsors include Microsoft, Dropbox, Cloud4C, Oracle, and eleven other cloud industry leaders. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 9 November 2016

APAC consumer channel hungry for new brands

The fourth annual DISTREE Asia-Pacific (APAC) consumer tech channel event takes place in Singapore from the 2-4th November. In the run-up to this year’s event, DISTREE APAC conducted a survey of distributors and retailers across the region during October. The 2016 Asia-Pacific Consumer Tech Channel Survey, which included responses from distributors and retailers in 10 countries, revealed that 88% of respondents expected to increase their vendor portfolio in the next six months Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 2 November 2016

Connected appliance shipments to soar

The numbercrunchers at Juniper Research reckon that connected home appliance shipments will hit 202 million per annum globally by 2021, rising from just 17 million in 2016. Juniper claims that with the additional cost of including basic connectivity now less than US$10, hardware manufacturers will increasingly introduce the functionality into many mass market as well as high-end items including fridges, ovens and washing machines. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 2 November 2016

Periscope sees decreased interest in Black Friday

Periscope by McKinsey has today released the findings of new research conducted with US and UK consumers on their attitudes towards Black Friday 2016, and how they plan to shop. Black Friday may be considered one of the biggest shopping events of the year, but the survey showed limited involvement and decreased interest amongst consumers. Looking at where consumers will spend their money during Black Friday 2016, consumer electronics continues to be king, with 55% of US and 49% of UK shoppers saying this will be a key category in which they are looking to make purchases. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 2 November 2016

VR hardware market to hit US$50 billion per annum by 2021

Research house Juniper reckons that the global value of the virtual reality (VR) hardware market will hit US$50 billion per annum by 2021, up tenfold from the projected figure of US$5 billion for 2016. The research includes hardware revenues from VR headsets, peripherals and 360-degree cameras. This rapid growth will be driven by widespread adoption of VR by smartphone users, and the high unit prices commanded by headsets for PCs and consoles, according to Juniper. Console VR is expected to account for over 50% of VR hardware revenues, but only make up 27% of shipments. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 4 October 2016

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