ChannelNext 2016
Headlines for E-Business
Humanoid Robot Pepper to Support Android

Gartner Says Profit Opportunities Exist for PC Vendors
Gross Margin for Ultramobile Premium PCs Can Be up to 25 Percent
triOS College Business Technology Healthcare Introduces Postgraduate Program in Supply Chain Management

Meet Taknology at ChannelNEXT on May 16-17

CES Asia 2016 Kicks Off with Next Generation of Innovation
Asia’s top tech event brings product debuts from more than 375 global companies, dynamic keynotes and major press events
Gartner Says Worldwide Semiconductor Capital Spending to Decline 2 Percent in 2016

GoPro Is Delaying Karma Drone Release To Winter After Lackluster First Quarter

Message from CompTIA

Are You Ready For The Digital Future?
Leaders (96%) believe new technologies have forever-changed the rules of business, democratizing information and rewiring customer expectations
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The Most Complete Office 365 Partner Experience
When it comes to adding the Cloud to their business model, many MSPs and VARs have a hard time figuring out how to position themselves in this new market.
Drone Collision with Jet Highlights Growing Aviation Danger
A collision between a British Airways passenger jet and a drone over London has left the plane undamaged but the aviation industry deeply shaken.
Gartner 2016 CEO and Senior Business Executive Survey Shows That Half of CEOs Expect Their Industries to Be Substantially or Unrecognizably Transformed by Digital

100 Best Workplaces in Canada!

Auto Dealer Data Integration in Canada Accelerates Using Oxlo ODIN

Porsche appoints Gartner expert to drive new technology developments
Porsche has hired a specialist from U.S. information technology industries consultant Gartner Inc. to lead the development of online connectivity in its sports cars, the company said.
Free the Robots! Open Source Robotics Software Opens Floodgates to DIYers
From Google’s self-driving cars to IBM Watson’s talking, dancing Connie, some of the world’s biggest companies are in hot pursuit of robots.