New analysis suggests "remote working and distance learning amid an ongoing pandemic" is seeing continued increasing global demand for PCs. After a sharp fall in the first quarter of 2020, global PC shipments have grown by the end of the last year, however, not all market segments have performed the same amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Predicting technology trends is a challenging task—even more so coming out of a year where the world flipped in unforeseen ways. In 2020, circumstances accelerated years’ worth of digital transformation in mere months, bringing a profound and sustained impact to how we live and work. COVID-19 has expedited digital adoption in every business across every industry. It has also highlighted the critical role digital infrastructure and technology play in enabling business success. So, what can we anticipate in the coming year and beyond?
Do Industry executives think our lives will improve? Or will it be Groundhog Year?
Mark Lukie talks about 2021 and cybersecurity, with the need for human firewalls, training, zero trust, cloud, COVID-19 and plenty more!
A fourth Matrix movie may well be in development, but savvy telcos have already found the one they need in Matrixx, whose predictions for 2020 are below.
The number of people with disabilities who are employed will triply by 2023 because artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies will reduce barriers to access, the technology research firm Gartner has predicted as part of its forecast for IT organisations and users in 2020 and beyond.
The latest 2019 TMT Predictions from Deloitte show that Australia leads the global race to adopt 5G, with eSports striding ahead, AI for better customer service, quantum computing as a major revenue opportunity and more among a wealth of other must-read prognostications.
Facebook's head of Messenger, David Marcus, has listed some predictions on "what’s to come for messaging after a momentous 2017, including hitting 1.3 billion people using Messenger monthly and 13 million just in Australia".
Acronis president John Zanni notes the only constant in the world is change, which is especially so in the world of tech. So what changes can be expected in 2018?
Telstra predicts Aussies will download 1500 TB of data on its mobile network this New Year’s Eve period, "the equivalent of one person continuously watching 57 years of high definition content".
Accenture's predictions for CES 2018 see blockchain changing business for the better, AI no longer so artificial, while 5G will set IoT alight
With suggestions from John Gruber that the iPhone 8 will be called the iPhone Pro, and some public commenter guessing the HomePod will wireless recharge devices, what does analyst Kuo think?
People waking up to the threat landscape of 2017 will say it is both familiar and yet unchartered terrain. While Trend Micro’s predictions for 2016 have become a reality, they only opened doors for more seasoned attackers to explore an even broader attack surface.
One side says there will be no new Surface Pro mobile devices announced and no new Surface Phone on 26 October, but the other side says there will be.
Australians will once again turn to their phones to ring in, text in and bring in the New Year, with some pretty big numbers predicted.
Vodafone is predicting a massive uplift in network traffic over the holiday period with data usage expected to balloon by 70% and SMS traffic to double over the New Year period.
’Tis the season to be jolly but ’tis also the season to be online and break some records, Telstra-style!
Security Intelligence company LogRhythm has provided its top ten Security Predictions for 2016.
Digital identity company ThreatMetrix has made 16 cybercrime predictions for 2016, with four main themes that all revolve around digital identities.
MuleSoft’s Founder & VP of Product Strategy, Ross Mason, has listed his 2016 predictions on IoT, cloud, omnichannel strategy, the changing role of the CIO and the rise of the API economy.
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