Four of top five IT vendors saw revenue fall last year

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Four of top five IT vendors saw revenue fall last year

'Nexus of Forces' props up Apple, Samsung and other vendors' performance in 2016, but 'digital giants' such as AWS will soon make their mark, says Gartner

Four of the top five IT vendors by revenue suffered a fall in sales last year, according to Gartner. Of the leading quintet - Apple, Samsung, Google, Microsoft and IBM - only Google grew its revenues,...

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