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85% of enterprises will have started deploying Windows 10 by end of 2017, says Gartner

Businesses will move to Windows 10 faster than they have moved to previous operating systems, according to a new report by Gartner. Surveying businesses everywhere, Gartner believes 85 per cent of businesses will have migrated to Windows 10 before the year ends. First of all, Gartner’s research director Ranjit Atwal says the time to evaluate and deploy Windows 10 has…

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Croatian IT market grows by 1.7% in 2016

The Croatian IT market grew by 1.7 percent in 2016, according to the first preliminary results from IDC Adriatics, published by operator Hrvatski Telekom. This growth is lower than expected. The biggest growth was achieved in the software segment (+4.9%), followed by IT services (+4.4%), while the hardware market dropped by 0.9 percent. READ MORE: Enterprise IT Pros Say Storage is…

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IT staff spending 30% on new service requests and issue resolution instead on innovation

IT operations staff are spending over 30% of their time on new service requests and supporting issue resolution, while only 15% of their time is allocated to innovation. This represents a 25% year on year decline – just as the demand to capitalise on improving customer engagement, adopting the Internet of Things (IoT), and leveraging the use of big data…

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IDC Predicts Lively IT Spending Growth in Central and Eastern Europe, Driven by Government and Finance Verticals

According to International Data Corporation (IDC), overall IT market spending is forecast to grow in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), with the government and finance sectors showing the greatest year-on-year spending increase. IDC forecasts that IT spending (hardware, software, and services combined) in the CEE region will reach $62.58 billion in 2017. By 2020, it is expected to exceed $70.58 billion….

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How to Identify Smartphone Thieves in 14 Seconds?

Mobile devices have assumed an important role in our lives. Studies have shown that on average a person uses their smartphone 4.7 of the 15 hours they are awake. We store a tremendous amount of personal information on our devices that we do not want revealed to others. In 2013, 3.1 million people in the US were the victims of…

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datAshur PRO – The most secure USB flash drive

Did you know that millions of flash drives are lost or stolen every year and this figure is rising? Have you ever considered the impact of losing your non-encrypted USB flash drive? Your data would be at the mercy of anyone who stumbles across it.   While there are ways to secure the contents of a flash drive using software, you…

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IDC Predicts Turkey’s Total ICT Spend Will Cross $22 Billion in 2017

“The digital transformation efforts of the country’s biggest-spending organizations will continue in 2017, albeit at a slower pace than initially planned,” says Nevin Cizmeciogullari, IDC’s country manager for Turkey. “The need for greater cost optimization – mainly due to constrained IT budgets – will also drive spending around software and IT services, while infrastructure spending in the telecommunications, finance, healthcare,…

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Time To Upgrade To Windows 10?

Microsoft Germany has warned users of Windows 7 that their systems do “not meet the requirements of modern technology”. The company has said users should be looking to upgrade to Windows 10. The Head of Microsoft Germany, Markus Nitschke, is urging customers to not wait until the last minute to upgrade in a bid to avoid the issues users had…

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One Way to Reduce Inconvenience and Cost of Managing IT

It’s probably safe to assume you know that managing information technology (IT) is a critical element of running a successful business. When it comes to IT, one thing you might not be aware of is “hyperconvergence.” In our fast-changing technological landscape, it’s not uncommon to encounter a word such as this and not be completely sure what it means. With…

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People spend a day every year waiting for old computers to boot up

People in Britain spend a day every year waiting for old computers to boot up, research has revealed. Rather than upgrading to a new PC, users are putting up with slower machines that often freeze and overheat, the study from Microsoft found. As a result, many people have hit or shouted at their computer in frustration. The average home computer…

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