US-headquartered Telestream has signed a distribution deal for the Asia Pacific region with Blonde Robot for its desktop solutions.
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Samsung has knocked Apple down to take the top spot for the most global smartphone sales during the first quarter of 2021.
Dell is leading the pack among the major OEMs for revenue during the first calendar quarter of 2021, and it’s the PC market that’s making a big difference.
Camera vendor Huddly has signed a global distribution agreement with Midwich Group, launching its unified communications and collaboration (UCC) offering in the Asia Pacific region as a result.
HP, Salesforce and VMware have been named as the three most sustainability-driven vendors, according to a new report.
Software AG has shored up operations with three new hires in Asia Pacific and Japan, including a new vice president of alliance and channels across the region.
Fujifilm Corporation has shut down parts of its global network and servers due to a potential ransomware attack.
Following the acquisition of Sage Group’s businesses in Australia and Asia by The Access Group, new APAC heads have been appointed for the two vendors.
The majority of the top 20 Asia Pacific tech companies bested the conditions created by the COVID-19 pandemic, with revenue up by over 5 per cent on average.
Global technology, media and telecommunication merger and acquisition deals hit a value of US$323.1 during the first quarter of 2021, making it the strongest sector for deal value.
The global smartphone market is expected to ship 1.38 billion units in 2021, growing by 7.7 per cent year-on-year and representing the largest yearly growth in shipments since 2015.
VMware has issued an “emergency change” for two exploits in vCenter Server, claiming immediate attention is required.
The global PC market is forecast to continue surging this year with a growth of 18.1 per cent year-on-year in shipments despite the ongoing semiconductor shortage.
Tech Data is set to launch Tech Data Capital, a captive finance company that offers leasing and financing for businesses for its technology solutions, in the Asia Pacific region next year.
The airport sector is forecast to be the fastest growing critical infrastructure market area for cyber security investment on a global scale, reaching US$1.87 billion by 2030.