As part of the ongoing shift from desktops and laptops to tablets and mobile phones, the computer equipment and software industry is growing rapidly.
In 2018, the number of computer equipment sales and service businesses in the US grew by 13% to 3.9 million.
While this is a significant increase, the industry remains relatively small.
According to industry data from Nielsen, the market share of computer hardware equipment is growing by only about 2%.
In fact, it is only around 6% in 2019.
It’s the same story for the computer service and repair business.
The market share for computer service equipment is shrinking as well.
This means that the industry is getting smaller at an accelerating pace.
In 2019, the total market share was about 1.5%.
In 2020, it was down to about 0.8%.
The growth in the industry has been driven by two factors: the adoption of cloud computing and the emergence of cloud-based services.
According the International Association of Fire Fighters, a growing number of firefighters have adopted cloud- and mobile-based computing to perform critical work.
This has led to an increase in the number and number of services and businesses that are using cloud-computing, including computer hardware repair, computer equipment blowers, and computer laboratory equipment.
The US is home to more than 400,000 companies that use cloud computing, according to the American Institute of Certified Firefighters.
According a report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the global share of the total global IT industry is estimated to be about 3.4%.
It is estimated that by 2026, the U