The PC market is expected to grow 8 per cent year-on-year by the end of 2021 to 496.8 million units shipped, with its growth prospects held back by supply and distribution constraints.
Microsoft has released security updates for Exchange Server to protect users against vulnerabilities in on-premises versions of the software, with the China-based state-sponsored actor Hafnium flagged as the primary group behind the exploits.
The global internet of things (IoT) managed services market is forecast to more than triple by 2025 to reach US$166.7 billion.
MNF Group is in the midst of a series of technology trials with three large global customers in Singapore as part of its Asia Pacific expansion.
Cyber security firm CrowdStrike has acquired cloud log management platform provider Humio for US$400 million in order to reinforce its own extended detection and response (XDR) capabilities.
Big Blue is reaffirming its commitment to its channel partners, with a particular focus on Build partners.
Azure Firewall Premium has entered into public preview, offering additional capabilities for the managed cloud-based network security service over Firewall Standard.
Global consulting firm Accenture has expanded its relationship with VMware to launch a joint business unit focused on cloud solutions.
Amazon Web Services has launched a digital curriculum focused on providing management simplification techniques for its Amazon S3 storage service.
The global Chromebook market reached all-time highs over the last year, with shipments doubling over the previous calendar year.
Cloud software distributor Rhipe’s operating profit for the first half of FY2021 surged by 34 per cent, year-over-year, to A$8.8 million, due mostly to its licensing business.
The global smartphone market's latest surge shows signs of a market moving past COVID-19 in 2021, even with the market's overall decline last year.
VMware is to lay off roughly 310 employees across the company in what the vendor called a “regular workforce rebalancing” strategy.
Google’s Threat Analysis Group has flagged an ongoing campaign targeting security researchers, alleging that a government-backed entity based in North Korea is using social media to send malware.
Xerox Holdings is to carve up its entire business next year off the back of a 22.7 per cent fall in revenue last year.