Worldwide PC Market Expected To Grow
by Mark Jewell
The global PC market is expected to grow at a modest pace in 2005 as the economic recovery slows, according to research firm IDC.
Mobile PC Demand Pushes Up Gartner PC Sales Forecast
by Antone Gonsalves
Market researcher Gartner increased slightly its forecast for worldwide PC sales this year, as mobile-computer shipments were higher than expected in the first quarter.
Take Note: White Books Climb Again
by CRN Staff
Custom-system builders continue to gain a toehold in the white-book segment, according to exclusive monthly research from CRN.
Small, Midsize Businesses Seek High Touch
by Chris Gonsalves
It's no secret that small and midsize PC sales require a specific touch. It takes the right blend of product, price, features and support to attract the interest of the oft finicky, less tech-savvy users in the lower tier of the market.
Worldwide Microprocessor Revenue Rises 12 Percent In Q3
by Kristin Bent
According to an IDC study, worldwide PC microprocessor revenue grew12 percent in Q3, but Q4 forecast isn't quite as bright.
IDC: Top 5 U.S. PC Brands In Q2
by Ramin Edmond
The PC market, contrary to popular belief, is growing in the United States, according to IDC. Here are the top five brands of the second quarter, according to the research firm.
NPD Group: 10 Fastest (And Slowest) Growing Technologies Or Brands In The Channel
by Sarah Kuranda
Chromebook, PC and mobile sales are presenting opportunities, according to research firm NPD. Take a look at what was up and what was down in 2014.
National Solution Providers' Q1 PC Sales Up On Windows XP Expiration
by Rob Wright
CDW, PC Connection and PCM reported higher PC sales in the first quarter behind the expiration of Windows XP support. But how long will the boost last?
Q&A: Tech Data CEO Talks PCs, Tablets, Smartphones, Servers and More
Tech Data CEO Bob Dutkowsky discusses sustained PC sales success, a slowdown in the tablet market and opportunities around the Microsoft Server 2003 refresh.