Apple’s release of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus mark the end of the company’s streak as the lone major holdout in a smartphone sector dominated by larger devices. So what’s the competition like?
Apple’s annual product launch event this year saw it unveil its iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus and the Apple Watch. Here, industry analysts give their take on how the new offerings will fare in the market.
An increase in cloud computing has led to an increase in volumes of data organisations have to support. Tackling the challenge effectively needs more than just adding to the bandwidth; it requires an overhaul of the network infrastructure, says Mike Hemes, Vice President EMEA, Silver Peak.
After months of speculation and rumours Apple finally unveiled Apple Watch, an extension of an iPhone that goes on the wrist to aid with many digital tasks.
Excitement over Apple’s iPhone 6 and 6 Plus may leave some overlooking the company’s other release which coincided with the new smartphone – the Apple Watch. Here are five things the Apple Watch can do, followed by five things it can’t.
Big Data can be extremely useful, or equally as tedious. With the world generating more and more data, businesses need the tools to tame this beast.
Online Editor James Dartnell says shadow IT is something CIOs should use to their advantage, and should not be feared.
Petra Heinrich, VP Partners & Alliances, Red Hat, EMEA, explains how partners can lead the discussions around cloud.
Anand Choudha, MD, Spectrami, discusses what is involved to implement and build an effective channel strategy.
In today’s channel environment, we see vendors and distributors leading the market discussion. Though that is the general practice, but …
Fayez Eweidat, Regional Sales Manager, MENA, Brocade, says SDN is a tremendous growth opportunity for the Middle East IT channel organisations.
James Dartnell takes a look at what the recent Apple-IBM enterprise deal could mean for the two corporate giants.
Online currency exchange firm Liberty Reserve was last week found guilty of laundering $6 billion and it has now emerged that the organisation is linked to last year’s $45 million Bank of Muscat and RAKBANK frauds.
Subbu Iyer, Director of Product Management, Bluebox Security, gives his take on how mobile progress has rendered certain security measures redundant.