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Australian tablet sales drop 20% in 2014 as wearable computers start to become popular gifts

April 28, 2015  |   Announcements

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – Australian’s appetite for media tablets decreased by 20 per cent in 2014 as a cyclical slowdown affected the market, according to a new study from emerging technology analyst firm Telsyte. Apple reclaimed the market leader position in the second half of 2014, making up nearly half of all unit sales from July 1 to December 31. However, only Windows tablets saw a year-on-year increase in unit sales amid growing consumer interest in smart ...

Enterprise mobility market to near $5 billion by 2019 as mobility becomes strategic to Australian organisations

April 21, 2015  |   Announcements

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – A combination of mobile device hardware, management software and value-added services will drive Australia’s enterprise mobility market up to $4.9 billion in 2019, according to a new study released today by emerging technology analyst firm Telsyte. Telsyte’s Australian Enterprise Mobility Market Study 2015 surveyed more than 248 CIOs and ICT decision makers on their organisation’s approach to mobile devices, applications and services[1]. The findings revealed mobility is becoming strategically important to Australian ...

Telsyte bolsters its coverage of big data and enterprise applications with the appointment of Shayum Rahim

April 02, 2015  |   Announcements

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – Australia’s leading emerging technology analyst firm Telsyte has appointed Shayum Rahim to the role of Senior Analyst. Shayum will be joining a growing Telsyte team and will be lead for enterprise applications and big data. Shayum is an IT professional with 15 years’ industry experience. He has a passion for technology and has held leadership roles in some of the biggest names in the industry, including JD ...

22% of all IT spending by Australian organisations now from lines of business outside IT

March 03, 2015  |   Announcements

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – Australian businesses will experience a new wave of disruption in 2015 as a combination of wearable technology, remote working, online services and business unit technology spending change traditional IT spending and strategies, according a new research from emerging technology analyst firm Telsyte. More than half of all CIOs believe line of business IT spending will exceed central IT spending within 5 years. Telsyte senior analyst Rodney Gedda says business units like operations, marketing and ...

Australia’s smartwatch market to exceed $400M by 2018 as wearable computing takes hold alongside nearly 17M smartphones

February 19, 2015  |   Announcements

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – With some 370,000 smartwatches sold in 2014, Australians are warming to wearable computing with the market poised to exceed $400 million by 2018, according to new research from emerging technology analyst firm Telsyte. Watch jewellery is a mature market with around 40 per cent (more than 7 million) of Australians (age 16 and above) wearing a watch almost every day. Notwithstanding the challenges, smartwatches have the potential to disrupt the traditional market as ...