Friday, May 29, 2020

Coronavirus: IT will not escape a dark year, even if PC sales are soaring

Must read

Friends pay tribute to Louise Smith, 16, as murder detectives find body in woods

Police investigating the disappearance of 16-year-old Louise Smith were today searching a flat belonging to a married couple where she had been living. ...

Morrison government reveals JobKeeper ‘error’ as global COVID-19 cases surpass 5.1 million, Australian death toll stands at 101

So often it's the rats and mice that change the face of history, writes Elizabeth Farrelly. The sword glint that triggers the battle that...

Heartthrob Paul Mescal is spotted on a shirtless jog wearing his famous chain

Phwoar-mal People! Paul Mescal is spotted on a shirtless jog wearing his...

Posted Apr 9, 2020 at 8:00 am

In 2020, telework will not save IT. In the wake of the global recession expected after the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, sales of smartphones, PCs, servers and software should not escape a dark year, points out the market research firm IDC in its first global analysis since the disease arrived in Europe and the United States. A paradox when everyday life has never left more room for digital than at the start of the year…

Analysts say the crisis is slashing initial hopes for the sector. In this period when half of humanity studies, plays and works confined to their homes, the surge in sales of laptops and the craze for online communication software will not compensate for the general slowdown in the economy. Even if, main victim of the shutdown of Chinese factories at the start of the epidemic, global tech is no longer the most affected sector.

More articles

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Latest article

Friends pay tribute to Louise Smith, 16, as murder detectives find body in woods

Police investigating the disappearance of 16-year-old Louise Smith were today searching a flat belonging to a married couple where she had been living. ...

Morrison government reveals JobKeeper ‘error’ as global COVID-19 cases surpass 5.1 million, Australian death toll stands at 101

So often it's the rats and mice that change the face of history, writes Elizabeth Farrelly. The sword glint that triggers the battle that...

Heartthrob Paul Mescal is spotted on a shirtless jog wearing his famous chain

Phwoar-mal People! Paul Mescal is spotted on a shirtless jog wearing his...

Pakistan plane crash: Shocking footage shows moment aircraft fell from the sky – World News

Chilling footage captures the moment the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane fell from the sky before it crashed into homes...