The Indian PC market has shrunk by only a third in the second quarter of the year following a complete shutdown of the country for 45 days due to the coronavirus pandemic, reaching 2.9 million units, the technology analyst firm Canalys claims, with shipments of desktops, notebooks, tablets and workstations all taking a dive.
Residential aged care provider, Western Australia’s Juniper Aged Care, says it has leveraged the Dell Boomi platform to drastically reduce IT expenditure and drive efficiency throughout the organisation, enabling it to focus on its core mission – “providing the best possible care to its residents and clients”.
Close on the heels of technology analyst firms IDC and Gartner releasing figures on the global shipments of traditional PCs in the second quarter of 2020, analyst firm Canalys has published its figures, which closely approximate the numbers published by the other two companies.
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