Yet another tough quarter for the PC as the UK market fared the worst in Western Europe according to Gartner. The quarter saw 2.3 million PCs chipped in the UK that was down a staggering […]
The PC Bounces Back!!!
For the first time since 2010 the PC has out grown the tablet. According to reports from analyst Context tablet sales were reported to only have seen single digit growth of around 6.8 percent in […]
Microsoft Sneak Office Past Apple?!
Microsoft seems to have finally gone to war to help Apple claim the crown for tablets for business users. Whilst most people have said they would use a tablet for work a significant proportion of […]
A Message From Our Managing Director
I want to take this opportunity to wish all of our clients and candidates a very Merry Christmas a Happy New Year; I hope that your business plans / sales targets are all met and […]
Seven Per Cent Fall
Whilst hardly shocking news considering the seemingly never ending decline over the past few years it has been reported that we can expect to watch the PC shipment levels fall by seven percent during 2014. […]
Are Consoles Killing the PC?
Shock horror the PC market place has continued its decline as the Tablet has taken centerfield. Whilst this is not a surprise to many if not all within the industry are we placing all of […]
Tablets Continued March to World Domination?!
According to analysis company Canalys 2014 will see shipments of tablets outstrip all other forms of PC. With 2017 expected to see shipment figures for Apple and Samsung in excess of 395 million 2014 seems […]
Five Year Low!
It was recently reported that global PC shipments have fallen to the lowest for 5 years according to research firm Gartner. With 80.3 million units shipped in 3 months to September this is reported as […]
Tablets Go Boom
According to a recent report nearly 18% of staff has already been provided with a work tablet. This in comparison to a figure of ’only’ 12% this time last year is a massive jump when […]
4,500 jobs to be cut, second quarter net loss of $965 million (£600 Million) and a handset that had the companies hopes pinned on selling incredibly poorly – a complete recipe for disaster by the […]