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  • BYOD offers data roaming opportunity for channel

    iPass has published a Mobile Workforce Report, saying Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in the workplace is creating a generation of productive workaholics. 

  • BYOD driving wedge between staff and IT department

    The speed of the rise of BYOD has caught some firms by surprise but the lack of engagement by IT departments threatens their relevance, according to Hornbill research 

  • Second quarter of decline for mobile market

    The global mobile phone market saw its second consecutive quarter of decline as feature phone sales continued to ebb away and smartphone demand faltered slightly. 

  • Corporate desktop purchasing fading into history

    The days of large scale corporate desktop PC refreshes look set to end as a result of BYOD changing the way staff acquire technology 

  • Android draws away from mobile OS field

    Google’s Android operating system has increased its dominance over rival mobile platforms and now commands more than 68% of the total market. 

  • Dixons polishes off PIXmania

    Dixons Retail has bought out PIXmania founders Steve and Jean-Emile Rosenblum for €10m (£8m) in cash, taking its stake in the online retailer to 99%. 

  • Education bounces back as higher ed starts spending

    The education sector could once again be fertile ground for resellers as it produced growth for the first time in a couple of years 

  • Amazon and Apple dominate online searches

    Amazon and Apple dominate the searches made by consumers looking for tech goods to buy according to research from a digital marketing agency 

  • Tin's in at Insight

    Insight’s EMEA business has turned in a massive 31% increase in hardware sales, pushing the unit to Q2 sales of $459.7m, up 14% year-on-year. 

  • Apple and Samsung take patent fight to California

    The patent dispute between Samsung and Apple will be put before a jury in a Californian court as the two vendor try to resolve the question of copyright infringement