Far from being a fad, tablet computers – which represented just 4 per cent of PCs sold in 2010 – will double their market share to 8 per cent this year and command around 16 per cent of the market by 2014.
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By the end of November demand for IT skills had risen 33.21 per cent on an annualised basis – well above the 26.85 per cent in the overall jobs market, suggesting it's time to finally break out some seasonal good cheer.
Analyst Forrester is predicting tablet ownership in Western Europe will quadruple by 2017 – with the percentage of online adults owning a slate projected to increase markedly from less than a fifth (14 per cent) last year to more than half (55 per cent) in 2017.
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There’s a big hole in Australian IT spending with 15 per cent of businesses admitting that they don’t spend a red cent on disaster recovery or business continuity services. It’s even worse internationally where 22 per cent of companies spend zilch on the issue.