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Australian PC shipments to outstrip mature markets 
 
Short-term respite, but PC declines to continue 
 
Networking Q&A: The Missing Link 
With managing director Alex Gambotto.
 
Teaching coding to the poor can end inequality 
Bob Geldof calls for "fourth literacy" on top of the three Rs.
 
Nine technologies shaping the PC of tomorrow 
From 802.11ax to Wireless Docking and Intel's next-gen CPU.
 
PC industry recovering, reports Intel 
 
Troubled PC market sees signs of life 
 
10 reasons why the PC is dead (or not) 
Dell boss discredits the theory the PC is dead.
 
Windows is dead, long live Windows 
Leader Systems chief says PC sales are up.
 
HP faces uphill battle with new PC unit 
Can hardware giant break out of PC slump?
 
More hope for desktop PC market 
Workstation shipments to jump, even though PCs down overall.
 
Intel gives sneak peak of its very own smartwatch 
 
Hewlett-Packard posts surprise revenue gain after PC sales jump 
 
Help us help ourselves, says Deakin Uni IT boss 
CRN speaks to chief digital officer William Confalonieri.
 
Ignore Microsoft research: don't use weak passwords 
Password managers and strong credentials remain the best way to keep data safe online.
 
Lenovo, Asus and Dell lead PC upswing but Acer stutters 
 
Gartner: Tablets to overtake PCs by next year 
But ultrabook sales tipped for big increase.
 
Ingram Micro CEO hopes for PC refresh 
Upgrade cycle would buffer shrinking PC sales.
 
Reseller’s Report Card: The Missing Link 
Alex Gambotto says that consistency is key in partner programs.
 
Michael Dell eats mushroom PC packaging 
Video: CEO tucks into edible packaging to prove sustainability credentials.
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Issue: 334 | December 2014

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.