Telsyte stories - Page 2
Dip in Aussie smartphone sales expected to reverse this year
Australian smartphone sales were down one million units last year, but Telsyte says its a temporary dip which will reverse this year.
Virtual reality set to take flight in Australia
Telsyte says demand from consumers for VR and AR will outstrip supply this year, with the new market expected to help other markets in the years ahead.
Business laptop to tablet migrations spurring tablet growth
Laptop to tablet migrations in businesses sparked an increase in tablet sales in Q2, with the enterprise tablet roll out expected to continue.
ERP issues helping drive Australian businesses to PaaS
Traditional enterprise application suites - particularly ERP - are falling by the wayside as companies turn to PaaS and best-of-breed apps.
Is the CMO becoming the new IT buyer?
There's a new IT buyer on the block, with ANZ CMOs increasingly making IT decisions – and managing their own IT budget – according to a new survey.
Is SIAM the white knight for IT service management?
Businesses may have been unknowingly setting up their IT Service Management (ITSM) initiatives for failure, but SIAM could be the solution.
Android reclaims top spot in Australian smartphone market
Android has reclaimed top spot in the Australian smartphone market, with Windows Phone-based devices still failing to gain traction.
Smartwatches failing to set Australian market alight
Smartwatches are struggling to take off in Australia, with early adopters already admitting to abandoning them - but smart bands are another story.
Retailers among those to benefit from booming IoT at home market
The Australian IoT home market will hit $3.2 billion by 2019, with retailers, software providers and security consultants among those set to gain.
Australian enterprise cloud spend to hit $775 million by 2019
A move to shift more business critical server, storage and network workloads off-premises will propel enterprise cloud spend to $775m by 2019.
CIOs must consider activity-based working
One third of organisations are currently supporting activity-based working, with a further third looking to implement it soon, says survey.
How to make money using cloud from traditional on premise companies
After extensive research into the Australian and New Zealand market, Telsyte, says spending outside of the IT department within organisations is on the rise, with disruptive trends increasing the pace of change.