Due to a perfect storm of geopolitics and high inflation, global shipments of PCs, tablets and phones are all in decline, according to Gartner’s latest forecasts.
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Two weeks after stating it would remain a “public, independent company”, Zendesk is being acquired for $7 billion less than the company was valued at.
Cisco has announced plans to formally exit Russia, winding down its business operations in Russia and Belarus in response to the invasion of Ukraine.
Zoom has unveiled Zoom One, a new offering that brings together chat, phone, meetings, and whiteboarding capabilities in a single environment.
The outage took under two hours to fix, and follows similar disruption last week that caused network performance issues across India and Indonesia.
Major technology platforms have joined 34 signatories in committing to the EU Commission’s attempts to fight online disinformation.
Designed to bridge the gap between Microsoft 365, Teams and CRM, Viva Sales automates data entry tasks and delivers AI-powered insights to sales teams.
Cisco Webex has announced several new enhancements to its Control Hub, aimed at enabling administrators to better support a hybrid workforce.
The IT services company is exploring a potential separation into two publicly listed companies in order to increase focus on their respective markets.
Intel has announced further investment in sustainable data centre solutions, including deeper research into immersion cooling techniques.
The Salesforce company wants to make data more accessible with a set of self-service tools built into its new-look Tableau Cloud platform.
After its failed attempt to purchase Five9 last year, Zoom is once again looking to bolster its nascent contact centre software proposition.
Salesforce has announced the acquisition of Troops.ai, a revenue and communications platform that uses Slack and Microsoft Teams bots.
The data management vendor is adding data isolation and recovery capabilities with its latest software-as-a-service release, FortKnox.
Google has acquired Raxium, a five-year-old start-up working on microLED display technologies for wearables and augmented and virtual reality headsets.
Honoured as Microsoft Asia Pacific Region Social Impact Recognition – Inclusion Changemaker in 2021.