November 4, 2017

Lenovo takes control of Fujitsu’s PC division in an effort to shore up sales

In a move that has been in the works since over a year ago, Lenovo is set to bolster its computer business – which has slipped […]
September 17, 2017

HP takes work beyond the office with new Elite 1000 Series

  HP Inc. highlighted its new premium, collaboration and immersive solutions designed for today’s ever growing mobile workforce at its global partner conference, HP Reinvent. Notions […]
September 7, 2017

AMD continues its Ryze, takes market share and revenue from Intel

More evidence has emerged of how well AMD’s Ryzen line of processors are chipping away at Intel’s dominance of the CPU market. The new confirmation of […]
July 14, 2017

PC sales suffer as Apple takes a beating on its home turf

The latest stats on PC shipments from Gartner are in, and the figures show that the market has hit its lowest level in a decade, with […]
October 13, 2016

Case study: Denmark’s Bang & Olufsen takes control of sales data

Denmark based audio-visual equipment maker uses cloud-based channel management software to give it the sales insight it needs to make better decisions ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News
August 16, 2016

Google takes on FaceTime and Skype with Duo

Google is betting on simplicity, cross-platform functionality and privacy concerns to attract smartphone uses to its Duo video-calling app ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News
August 7, 2016

Artificial intelligence takes centre stage in cyber security

Artificial intelligence-led cyber security technology has been in the spotlight at two major industry conferences in Las Vegas, signalling a firm trend in cyber defence research […]
November 21, 2015

Intel takes another stab at mobile with latest executive hire

Slumping PC sales and a beleaguered mobile strategy is now forcing Intel to look elsewhere for growth. As the company attempts to place its own silicon […]
November 8, 2015

BP forced to cut IT staff by around 30% as oil price drop takes its toll

The sustained drop in oil prices has led BP to “simplify” its business, including a reduction in its IT teams ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News