According to a new report, cloud shared infrastructure spending in 2022 is poised to surpass spending for non-cloud IT infrastructure for the first time ever.
Salesforce Economy to Create 9.3 Million Jobs, $1.6 Trillion in Revenue by 2026
A new report is demonstrating the breadth of the current digital transformation, claiming the Salesforce economy will create 9.3 million jobs and $1.6 trillion in revenue in the next five years.
NTT Launches Private 5G Network-as-a-Service
Japanese telecom company NTT has launched the first global private 5G Network-as-a-Service.
Cloud Computing Could Eliminate 1 Billion Metric Tons of CO2 Emissions by 2024
International Data Corporation (IDC) has published new research that indicates cloud computing could eliminate 1 billion metric tons of CO2 emissions by 2024.
Oracle Unveils Roving Edge Devices to Bring Hybrid Cloud to the Edge
Oracle has unveiled its Roving Edge Devices (REDs) to help customers bring the power of the cloud to the edge.
Pandemic Has Driven Digital Transformation Into Every Corner of the Enterprise
The pandemic has driven digital transformation into every corner of the enterprise to allow businesses to adapt and continue operating as usual says Steve White, program vice president, channels and alliances, IDC.
IBM, ServiceNow In New AI Partnership
The solution raises up deep AI‑driven insights from their data and then recommends actions for IT organizations to take that help them prevent and fix IT issues at scale.
Verizon Future-Proofs Network With Quantum Key Distribution
Verizon has become the first wireless carrier to pilot the use of quantum key distribution (QKD) to help secure its network.
Coronavirus: IDC Forecasts IT Spending Will Take a Hit
International Data Corporation (IDC) is projecting the coronavirus outbreak will have a significant impact on IT spending during 2020.
Google Cloud Buys Cloud Migration Firm Cornerstone Technology
Google Cloud has acquired Cornerstone Technology, a firm that helps companies migrate from mainframes to the cloud.
Apple Widened Its Tablet Lead in 2019
IDC’s year-end report on the tablet market shows good news for Apple and, to a lesser extent, Amazon—and bad news for pretty much everyone else. According to IDC’s research, Apple widened its market share lead over the course of 2019,…
Big Surprise: iOS And Android Continue To Dominate
In the smartphone wars, there can be only two – iOS and Android. While alternatives like Windows Phone and Firefox OS are making some decent headway in emerging markets, Apple’s and Google’s mobile operating systems still rule the roost. In…
Android Almost Reaches 80 Percent Global Market Share In Q2
Android has been rather aggressive as of late in capturing smartphone market share that was previously held by Apple. It was a while ago that Android had surpassed iOS in global market share, but now it looks like it’s an…
Tablet Shipments Down, Apple Loses Market Share
As has already been reported from multiple analyst firms, tablet shipments were slow during the second quarter of 2013. Analyst firm IDC has now weighed in with its numbers, which show just how drastically Apple is losing market share in…
Another Analyst Predicts Declining PC Sales
Following a disappointing 2012 holiday season that saw PC sales decline despite the launch of Windows 8, industry analysts began predicting further declines for PC shipments throughout 2013. Last week, a Digitimes report raised hopes, stating that PC shipments could…
PC Shipments See Steep Decline In Q1, Windows 8 To Blame [Report]
PC shipments and sales are declining. It’s an undeniable fact. What people can’t seem to agree on is the cause. Some say the rise of tablets and smartphones are to blame, while others think it’s just a longer than usual…
Android Tablets To Overtake The iPad This Year
Android devices may be locked in a heated battle for supremacy with the iPhone, but the iPad has never really had much competition. Cheaper devices, like the Nexus 7, has ensured that some players find some form of success, but…
PC Sales Declined During Last Year’s Holiday Season
A new report issued this week by International Data Corporation (IDC) shows that worldwide PC shipments during the fourth quarter of 2012 actually declined, down 6.4% from 2011. The 89.8 million units were less than even the predicted decline of…
Android Made Up Three-Quarters Of All Smartphone Shipments Last Quarter
Google’s Android OS has grown a lot since its humble beginnings in 2008. Some may have thought that it couldn’t beat iOS, but its spread across multiple devices from multiple OEMs has insured its success. That success can be plainly…