The latest report from Gartner shows what impact COVID-19 has had on smartphone shipments during Q2 of this year.
The EMEA region saw strong growth but Gartner cautions against thinking this trend will continue.
The decline follows three consecutive quarters of growth.
As the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread across the globe, it’s time for CIOs to take stock, sats research firm Gartner.
It was a fairly slow quarter for many, according to the latest report from Gartner.
Gartner has a slightly optimistic prediction for smartphone sales in 2020.
The research firm weighs in with the overriding trend it saw in Las Vegas earlier this month.
Worldwide shipments grew 2.3 percent in the fourth quarter of 2019 and 0.6 percent for the year.
Gartner highlights 10 performance hacks for CIOs to try in 2020.
The market declined by 0.4 percent according to Gartner’s recent numbers.
The research firm takes a look at the upcoming year.
While AI adoption is on the rise, some organisations are still hesitant. Gartner identifies the three leading reasons why.
TechQuilibrium is Gartner’s latest term for finding balance in your business, and every organisation’s is different.
It’s a new week for the africast and we have a weird combination of talking points.
Hyperautomation, human augmentation, distributed cloud, practical blockchain and others identified by the research firm for next year.
Gartner says CIOs need to expand their mindset with traits suited to the uncertainties of digital business.
There are still some hurdles if financial services ecosystems plan to introduce blockchain.
The research firm’s latest hype cycle shows CIOs are embracing the technology, despite being uncertain of its potential.