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Private clouds: now attractive to your medium-sized customers

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Windows 10 Creators Update: new security features coming

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Cloud-based security services are soaring. Are you ready?

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The market for cloud-based security services is set to grow quickly, according to a new forecast from Gartner. For solution providers, now’s the time to start adapting to this new reality.

Gartner predicts the global market for cloud-based security services will climb by 21 percent this year, reaching nearly $5.9 billion.

Looking ahead another 3 years, the research and advisory company expects the worldwide market for cloud-based security services to top $8.9 billion by 2020.

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Miss our Intel Optane live chat? Here’s your recap

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Intel Core X-series CPUs: 5 SKUs now available for pre-sale

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Join our live chat on Tuesday, June 20: Intel Optane memory

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Want to learn what Intel’s recently announced Optane memory for PCs offers solution providers like you?

Then join the next Business Compute Forum live social chat.

Our guest, Intel product marketing manager Madhura Nataraju, will be chatting live on Tuesday, June 20, at 11 a.m. PT / 2 p.m. ET. And you’re invited to join!

During this live and interactive chat, you’ll hear Madhura discuss:

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Intel Compute Card, shipping in August, offers big power in tiny format

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After years of development, Intel has managed to shrink the humble PC to fit in a pocket. The company calls it the Compute Card.

It’s a logical follow-on to Intel’s mini-PC platform, a small desktop computer called the NUC (short for Next Unit of Computing). Introduced in 2012, the NUC has shrunk over the years, becoming smaller and smaller. The last version was just 4 inches squared.

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E3 gaming show: Intel partnerships, Dell desktop, Origin laptop

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Server sales fell in Q1 as users move to cloud, wait for Skylake

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Smart, connected homes need smart, hi-speed networks

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Are you ready for the truly connected home? In just a few years, the average smart home will contain as many as 50 connected devices, according to Intel.

These devices will become part of the Internet of Things (IoT). They’ll add to a global network of intelligent, connected devices that is changing the way we live and work. It’s also a potential business opportunity for smart solution providers.

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