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Gartner critical capabilities for enterprise endpoint backup

2013 is only just beginning and already there's a ton of news surrounding the consumer tech markets.

Samsung is riding a wave of success with Android based Galaxy smartphones. Apple is starting to struggle to meet expectations while Nokia seems to be on the cusp of turning things around. Even Microsoft has taken a firm step into hardware with its Surface brand.

Meanwhile attention is shifting ever more towards entertainment and content as the next revolution with some attempting to own the complete chain from store to screen. Others are looking to succeed by opening up and working across devices.

With this in mind, we're looking for your valuable feedback on how you view and use smartphones, tablets, TV and gaming in the real world. What's your favourtite phone, who paid for it and are you still whiling away the long winter nights in front of the xbox - and if so, is it just for gaming anymore?

So what are you waiting for? You can get started right here, right now...

As ever, once we've crunched the numbers we'll give you a run down on the findings as payment in kind. You can find all of our other studies right here.

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