Global spending on artificial intelligence (AI) is forecast to double over the next four years to reach over US$110 billion by 2024.
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Rhipe has seen another uptake in Office 365 subscriptions with a rise of 50 per cent in sales over FY20.
Recent research has placed Google Cloud as the number one cloud provider for the retail industry.
Microsoft has changed its week-long in person Ignite event to two 48-hour virtual sessions for free.
LogMeIn has made its LastPass Enterprise product available for managed service providers to sell, manage and support through its PartnerNetwork.
Global cyber security spending is predicted to grow in the face of coronavirus with a best case scenario generating growth of 5.6 per cent by the end of 2020.
Microsoft’s Azure Firewall Manager suite has left preview and entered general availability.
Covid-19 has caused sales revenue of cloud infrastructure to grow and non-cloud infrastructure to fall by double digits during the first quarter of 2020.
Cyber security investment saw a boost during the first quarter in 2020, driven mostly by an end of quarter surge in remote working.
Alibaba Cloud is to revamp its channel program, investing up to US$283 million into partners over the fiscal year.
IT spending expectations of businesses have declined globally during May, even with a slight improvement in market indicators as more countries begin to move towards a COVID-19 recovery phase.
Amazon Web Services and Slack have come together to add Slack integrations into AWS’ Chime communications service.
The PC and tablet market is expected to dip in 2020 but forecasts predict the worst of the coronavirus pandemic has passed and will start to see growth by the end of 2022.
The global unified communications market is expected to drop slightly by the end of 2020, but cloud-focused initiatives are anticipated to soften the blow.
Global growth in colocation providers has fallen somewhat, but remains positive, especially in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, recent analysis has shown.