Coronavirus lockdown hits computer manufacturers, report says PC shipments saw a drop of 12.3% globally in 2020 Q1
Research firm Gartner has said that the PC shipments have seen a decline of 12.3 per cent globally in the first quarter due to coronavirus outbreak.
Digital infrastructure, because of its connectivity to the global communications network, is vulnerable to threats.
Huawei has managed to be in the second place as for global smartphone vendor following Samsung.
Gartner also said Huawei continued to reduce the gap with Samsung, but warned that growth could be limited.
Back in 2018 PC shipments increased in Q2 but were down again by Q4 and its happening again in 2019.
Mid-cap IT sector ‘clicks’ with spate of deals; strong global growth possibilities in calendar year 2019
The once-ignored mid-cap IT companies have seen a spate of deals over the past few weeks including hostile takeover offers and buyouts
HCL Technologies’ IBM software products acquisition move: Is the company's growth strategy too aggressive?
HCL Technologies had consolidated revenues from operations of Rs 28,738 crore for the first half of the current financial year.
Despite suffering a dip in its sales globally in Q1 2018, Samsung led the global smartphone sales in the same quarter with 20.5 percent market share
Lenovo swung to its biggest annual loss in nine years, smartphone business is struggling and its core PC business is suffering from a shrinking market
Revenue from public cloud services in India projected to grow by 37.5 percent to $2.5 billion in 2018: Gartner
Gartner estimated that Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) would be the fastest-growing segment of the public cloud market.
Data centre infrastructure hardware spending in India to hit $2.7 billion in 2018; software investment to touch $3.6 billion
In contrast, on-premises server and storage spending would decline marginally as a result of Public Cloud migration.
Future AI capabilities, including natural-language processing and machine perception, will allow smartphones to learn, plan and solve problems for users.
I&O skills gap will cause 75% of organizations to experience business disruptions by 2020, says Gartner
Two-thirds of organisations are not adequately addressing infrastructure and operations (I&O) skills gaps that will impede digital business initiatives
Global spending on Internet of Things security is expected to reach $3.1 billion in 2021, the report, titled "Forecast: IoT Security, Worldwide, 2018", said.
The shipments of traditional PCs will decline by 5.4 percent in 2018 while mobile phone shipments will increase by 2.6 percent, says Gartner.
Computer security company Trend Micro said that Berlin has more than 2.8 million insecure gadgets, followed closely by London with more than 2.5 million.
IT spending in Indian banking sector to see 11.7% jump to hit $9.1 bn as banks turn to contactless payments
As part of their increased IT spending, top banks in India are investing heavily into contactless payment
To overcome the demonetisation impact, smartphone players with huge online presence started offering EMI and easy payment options to keep the sales going.
Most banking CIOs consider Artificial intelligence as the differentiating technology instead of blockchain
Banking and investment services CIOs are almost convinced that old business models and existing value propositions will not be sustainable in the future.
IIIT-Hyderabad's Machine Learning Laboratory in partnership with TalentSprint will offer the four-month programme on foundations of AI and ML.