PC shipments in Asia Pacific (excluding Japan) fell by 10% in 2013 to 108 million units, marking the region’s first ever double digit decline in recent years, according to IDC.
While Lenovo retained its top spot with around 24.9% market share in the region, it still reported a decline in annual growth by 9.5%.
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: MarketInformation intelligence solutions provider, BAE Systems Detica, is consolidating its Asia Pacific operations, incorporating past acquisitions into one organisations to do business in Australia and the APAC region.
Global hotspot access provider, Boingo Wireless has launched a new unlimited Wi-Fi access plan designed for users wanting to connect laptops in the Asia Pacific region, including continental Asia and Australasia.
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: PeopleGlobal database software company, FileMaker, has promoted company executive, Willem Meyer, to the position of Regional Manager for the Asia Pacific region.
Social networks content creator and distributor, California-based Rock You, has appointed an Australian to head up its Asia Pacific operations as the company claims 49 million unique users in the APAC region, including 3.3 million in Australia, and looks to push further into the regional market.
The Asia-Pacific market is quickly becoming a battleground for cloud computing vendors. Amazon has always been very active in the region. Microsoft is investing heavily there and made Azure generally available in China last month, for example. Today, Google is joining the fray by launching its first two Compute Engine zones in the Asia-Pacific region. Read More
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: MarketInterest in using the Internet to market their businesses, sell products and services or take advantage of cost-free, marketing opportunities on social networks has, surprisingly, declined with Australia’s small to medium business sector despite an increasing number of SMEs now running their own website.
Fast growing global customer relationship management company, SugarCRM, has appointed a new chief of its Australian operation in what it says is a response to continuing success in the Asia-Pacific region.
Eleven percent of organisations using Windows XP plan to switch to Linux soon, a survey conducted by Tech Pro Research shows.
11% of organisations using Windows XP plan to switch to Linux soon, a survey conducted by Tech Pro Research shows.
The research group asked organisations still using Windows XP about their plans post-April, when Microsoft ceases providing offi