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Dell dominates enterprise storage market, HPE declines
The enterprise storage system market continues to be a goldmine for most vendors with demand relentlessly rising year-on-year.
Record revenues from servers selling like hot cakes
The relentless demand for data has resulted in another robust quarter for the global server market with impressive growth.
IDC: Smartphone shipments ready to stabilise in 2019
IDC expects year-over-year shipment growth of 2.6% in 2019, while the world's largest market is still forecast to be down 8.8% in 2018.
Object-based storage over-looked by Aussies, survey shows
Hitachi Vantara has sponsored an IDC survey looking at the technology’s usage and adoption barriers across Asia Pacific.
IDC: Standalone VR headset shipments grow 428.6% in 3Q18
The VR headset market returned to growth in 3Q18 after four consecutive quarters of decline and now makes up 97% of the combined market.
IDC: Tablets stay dead, notebooks keep head above water
An IDC report predicts a soft personal PC market, slipping into further decline with the exception of notebooks, gaming PCs, and business PC upgrades.
Digital transformation in Europe a €333b business
IDC has shared its forecast for digital transformation spending in Europe, which looks to be a very profitable industry.
Silver lining to declining personal computing market
IDC has provided a rather gloomy forecast but there are opportunities to be exploited on the horizon.
How IoT brings intelligence to the edge
“It is critical for enterprise organisations to have a strategy that unifies edge to cloud connectivity."
Cloud to drive next wave of DX in Indonesia
Indonesia has undergone a profound change in recent times, and IDC says it’s showing no signs of slowing.
IDC - Global digital transformation spend to near $2T by 2022
Hardware and services spending will account for more than 75% of all DX spending in 2019.
Digital transformation an almost $2 trillion industry by 2022
"The unprecedented speed at which technologies are coming to market supporting DX strategies can only be described as frantic."
The five-step guide to securing data in the cloud - IDC
This is especially important with the implementation of privacy regulations such as GDPR.
IDC predicts 55% of APAC organisations will be digitally determined by 2020
By 2020, at least 55% of organisations will be digitally determined, transforming markets and reimagining the future.
The smartphone wars continue as shipments decline
This quarter saw a global 6% YoY decline in smartphone shipments, largely due to a 13% decline for market leader Samsung, but Xiaomi’s rise continues.
90% of enterprises to adopt multi/hybrid cloud by 2024
IDC has compiled its top ten global IT predictions for the coming years during the 'second chapter' of digital transformation.
IDC NZ: Telcos finally going digital
The report says New Zealand telecommunications companies are transitioning to become genuine digital services providers.
China vs the US – who’s winning the ICT market battle?
Amidst trade tensions, the two superpowers are taking two very different paths with their ICT investments.
IDC’s 2018 Aussie DX award-winner
Brisbane’s Chief Digital Officer wins 2018 “Digital Leader of the Year” in IDC’s Digital Transformation Awards (DXa) for Australia.
IDC reports on key RPA vendors in APeJ
IDC profiled the Robotic process automation offerings from Automation Anywhere, Blue Prism, Datamatics, Kofax, UiPath and WorkFusion.
IDC - Digital signage market growth to continue unabated
APeJ is one of the fastest growing market areas for digital signage and Samsung leads the way with ⅓ of the market.
Security spending to reach $133.7bil in 2022 – IDC
The United States will be largest geographic market for security solutions with total spending of $39.3 billion this year.
Exclusive: Why businesses should be transparent about data collection
"The goal should be around data transparency and using data for a common interest."
Hungry vendors: EMEA server shipments fall while revenues rise
Higher average selling prices across standard and custom servers has seen data centre vendors cashing in on a bustling market.