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This article is part of the January 2013 issue of MicroScope: January 2013
This time of year everyone likes to the get the crystal ball out and try to predict just what the next twelve months have in store. Some of the big trends that dominated 2012 will continue, with BYOD, cloud and mobility all providing plenty of talking points for customers and resellers alike. But there are already those in the channel looking out for the next technology to emerge and trying to ensure that they get in on some high margin action before it hits the mainstream. Mike Foreman, General Manager, SMB, AVG Technologies, is not alone in believing that business demand for the latest mobile devices such as tablets and smart phones will continue to rise. "The rapid rise of BYOD has been a significant trend in 2012, blurring the traditional definition of a security perimeter in the process," he adds "The trend is also making it harder for resellers to manage their SMB customers‘ IT via traditional means." He quotes a recent AVG study which highlighted the extent of SMBs‘ dependence on mobile technology with over 95% regularly using up to five different ... Access >>>
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What opportunities lie in wait for the year ahead?
by Amro Gebreel
The crystal balls tend to come out at this time of year as the channel tries to predict just what will happen over the next twelve months as Amro Gebreel discovers
- What opportunities lie in wait for the year ahead? by Amro Gebreel
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