Aussie faces jail time for IBM insider trading 
Faces the maximum five year jail time.
 
Aussie analyst charged over IBM insider trading case 
 
Smartphones overtake PCs in shipments 
Analysts predict Windows will extend the lead.
 
Will Windows 8 miss the tablet train? 
 
Apple rules PC world with 5 per cent 
 
Confusion over Apple iPad supply 'cuts' 
Economic woes or accelerated production?
 
iPad drives 260 percent tablet growth in 2011 
Android share stalled at below 20 percent.
 
The changing role of public sector CIOs 
Comment: Demand for technically minded officials to benefit CIOs.
 
Apple king of phones, runner-up in PCs 
Total computer shipments closing in on HP when iPads included.
 
Low US dollar boosts global IT spending figures 
 
Gartner cuts global PC forecasts 
 
Photos: Blast from the past part 2 
Last week's Where Are They Now in the Channel revealed.
 
Microsoft claims strong quarterly earnings 
Uptake in IT spending credited for record numbers.
 
Acer, Toshiba and Dell to storm the smartphone market 
Consumer electronics firms will sell 26 million handsets a year by 2015.
 
Google's quarterly results fail to impress 
Solid growth, but search firm misses expectations.
 
Enterprise security market set for strong growth 
Security appliances of particular importance.
 
Gartner criticises cloud market miscommunication 
Analyst house calls for improvement in industry practices to spur take-up.
 
Gartner expects bumper semiconductor sales in 2010 
Apple's iPad could lead to surge in spending as rival tablets proliferate.
 
Analysts give iPad a lukewarm reception 
Businesses may wish to wait before adopting the new tablet.
 
Gartner predicts bumper Christmas for smartphone market 
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Issue: 339 | June 2015

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.