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Gartner's 2019 IaaS report places AWS way on top, while Azure is evolving into a strong offering with good IoT integration but troubling reliability.
Market researcher Gartner reports smartphone shipments fell 2.7% over the first three months of this year.
Microsoft is selling its Unified Support Program as a better solution, but Gartner analysis suggests that will only be the case for some customers. The program will cost up to 15% more than the industry average.
While Amazon’s AWS still leads the Infrastructure as a Service market, Azure’s position shows how far Microsoft’s cloud first strategy has come.
This marks an overall negative trend in sales since 2014, with drops of up to 20% in South America.
A report from Gartner reveals how Microsoft and Google are performing in the cloud-based email space, illustrating how large corporations favor Office 365 tools over Google Apps for Work.
A new report published by Gartner predicts a a dip for PC sales in 2016 followed by a recovery with four percent growth for 2017 due to increased Windows 10 migration.
Gartners latest device forcast predicts a decline of the PC market for 2015. From 2017 the relatively new segment of premium ultramobiles like the Surface Pro series should start to offset declining PC and Notebook sales.
PC sales fell following a year of growth in 2020, but another growth period could come when Windows 11 arrives.
A new survey shows IT executives prefer to use Microsoft Azure and more will join the platform over the next three years.
A report suggests Google could make a move for SaaS giant Salesforce in 2020 as the company seeks to compete against Azure in enterprise cloud.
Vapar is transitioning to Microsoft Azure due to its customer's familiarity with the platform and the tech giant's global partner reach.
Google Cloud has boosted revenue and continues growth. However, Microsoft Azure and AWS are also growing in a locked down cloud market.
Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform have the cloud market locked down, although there is some movement in hybrid solutions.
The PC market has returned to growth after several quarters of disappointing performance. Analysts suggest that adoption of Windows 10 played a large role in the growth.
Microsoft has managed to continue its growth in a shifting cloud industry due to strong commercial offerings, multi-vendor solutions, and its ability to win retail clients from AWS.
A new report points to the further growth of cloud in 2019, but services like Azure and Google Cloud will remain successful without gaining positional ground.
The Microsoft Customer agreement will make things easier for Azure customers, but analysts believe it will lead to reduced profits for its partners.
Microsoft Surface held 4.1 percent of PC shipments in the United States last quarter, allowing the company to enter the top 5 for the first time.
Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure continue to be the two leading platforms for cloud infrastructure, followed by Chinese company Alibaba.