China’s Huawei Technologies snatched the title of biggest smartphone seller from Samsung Electronics (005930.KS) in the second quarter, underscoring the resilience of the China market even as global demand for phones plunged amid the pandemic.
End-user IT spending is transitioning quickly from on-premise technology to investing in software-as-a-service (SaaS) in the cloud. It means tech resellers are now under growing pressure to embrace digital transformation. Resellers and channel partners that align their priorities accordingly will soon be in a strong growth position in this nascent market.
The COVID-19 pandemic is having a significant impact on business across the globe, including retail and consumer products sector. As the coronavirus pandemic disrupts the lives and livelihoods of millions, retailers had to rework their business model and are striving to implement changes that will be needed once the outbreak subsides and stores can reopen.
The results of the Sage Practice of Now Report 2019 that surveyed over 3,000 accountants globally indicate a distinct cultural shift in the industry. Things are changing at a rate not experienced since technological breakthroughs, such as the desktop PC and the deregulation of the financial markets. While various reasons exist for this cultural shift, our research found that it is mainly in anticipation of the changes that will take place over the next ten years.
What’s the Big Data Craze?
Big data today is more than just a buzz word that seems to have captured everyone’s imagination – no matter where in the world they are based or what industry they are employed in. Industry influencers, academicians, and prominent stakeholders all agree that big data has become a game-changer in almost every modern sector over the past few years.