When IBM decided to bring an analytics platform to market, a “data-first” strategy and developing a method for how the business uses data were the first two steps in the process. The company is working with various verticals, and the...Show More Summary
Looking for a way to ace the March Madness pool at work? Sports analytics expert Ed Feng suggests a “contrarian” approach. The Stanford-educated engineer, who founded “The Power Rank” website, bases his NCAA tournament strategy more on probabilities than on won-loss records or shooting percentages....
The latest estimates from Strategy Analytics show that Apple continues to take home the lion’s share of total profits in the worldwide smartphone market. While Apple’s slice of the profits has fallen from the 92%+ it has achieved inShow More Summary
In the age of advanced analytics, companies spew out mountains of raw data encapsulating every aspect of their business’ health and well being. To figure out what all that data means, you better have a strategy. A strategy you’ll be well-equipped to design after delving into this mammoth Ultimate Data and Analytics Bundle. Show More Summary
Making people aware of goods and services in the digital age requires an array of new strategies from social media and email to number-crunching tools like Google Analytics. To get a handle on the techniques used to capture attention...Show More Summary
Research firm Gartner today offers up its data on Q4 smartphone sales, a somewhat brighter outlook on the industry more or less consistent with one offered two weeks ago by Strategy Analytics: Gartner counts 432 million units of smartphones...Show More Summary
Mainframes cannot remain an island separate from big data. Mainframe data is too valuable and central to the business to be left isolated, particularly when companies start using analytics to answer core business questions that will guide digital businesses in the future. Show More Summary
Ketan Karkhanis, SVP & GM of Analytics Cloud at Salesforce, explains how Salesforce has productized analytics across all its offerings.
Strategy Analytics have posted their quarterly report on the tablet market, and as has been the trends over the last few quarters, it reads as good news for Windows tablets. They report that Windows tablets have continued to gain market share and unit shipments, even while the tablet market itself shrank 9% due to lower […]
Research firms IDC and Strategy Analytics are out today with their latest reports on the worldwide tablet market share and both have Apple remaining in the top position by quite a large margin, despite overall declines for the category. more… Filed under: Apple
Apple is looking in pretty good shape this week. After posting a record quarter, IDC reported that the iPhone overtook Samsung during the holiday quarter and Strategy Analytics estimated that the Apple Watch – which also saw record (if unspecified) sales – also took 63% of the smartwatch market. It wasn’t all good news, however. Show More Summary
Following Apple’s “record” quarter it reported yesterday, Strategy Analytics is today out with new data showing the performance of the Apple Watch during the holiday quarter. Apple touted yesterday that its wearable had a record quarter and today’s data further reflects that strong performance… more… Filed under: Apple
Apple shipped a record-breaking 5.2 million Apple Watch units last quarter, making it by far the most popular smartwatch of the holiday shopping season, according to the latest data from research firm Strategy Analytics. Apple captured...Show More Summary
Though Apple has not officially announced any sales figures for its wearable Apple Watch, that hasn't stopped research firms from estimating its performance, with new data from Strategy Analytics pegging the device at 5.2 million shipments in the fourth quarter of 2016.
Research firm Strategy Analytics, after yesterday crowning Apple (AAPL) the smartphone king for Q4, today awards the same rank in smartwatches, estimating that Apple sold 5.2 million units of its Apple Watch in the three months ended...Show More Summary
iPhone 7 sales put Apple back on top as the world’s top smartphone vendor in the fourth quarter, according to a new report from Strategy Analytics, which attributed at least some of the growth to Apple’s ability to capitalize on Samsung’s recent missteps. The latter, of course, is referring to the Note 7 battery recall, which had led to exploding devices due to design… Read More
Apple is back on top. According to a new report by research firm Strategy Analytics, the company sold more smartphones than any other company in the fourth quarter of 2016, including its biggest rival, Samsung. SEE ALSO: Apple's website...Show More Summary
Apple overtook Samsung to become the world's largest smartphone vendor in the fourth quarter of 2016 as shipments reached 439 million units. According to independent research firm Strategy Analytics, global smartphone shipments grew 3 percent annually to hit a record 1.5 billion units in 2016. Show More Summary
Apple’s stellar quarter for iPhone sales didn’t just put more money in the bank; it also helped the Cupertino company overtake Samsung to become the world’s top smartphone vendor. According to the latest data from Strategy Analytics, Apple shipped 78.3 million handsets in Q4 2016 — around 800,000 more than Samsung. Show More Summary
Apple recaptured its lead over Samsung in the fourth quarter after the Note 7's failure, according to Strategy Analytics, while global smartphone shipments grew 3 percent over the previous year to move a record 1.49 billion units.