Are your customers shopping for the latest, greatest server technology? If so, they need to know about Intel’s new offering, the Intel Programmable Acceleration Card with Arria 10 GX FPGA.
That’s a long name for a small and powerful PCIe card that promises to change modern server architecture forever.
Speed through high-tech environments in an all-new drone-racing training experience for Intel Technology Providers. Complete the quiz at the end of each track to collect your training credits and enter for a chance to win big.
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Here’s your solution provider’s summary of some of the latest surveys and reports from the IT industry.
Distributed Denial of Service attacks
Your customers are leaving money on the table. You may be, too. All because they (and you?) don’t know how to treat information as an economically valuable asset.
So says Douglas Laney, a Gartner VP and author of a new book, Infonomics: How to Monetize, Manage and Measure Information as an Asset for Competitive Advantage.
More PCs with the new 8th Gen Intel Core processors are coming from tier 1 suppliers. Last week HP announced new versions of 2 of its Spectre systems, the Spectre 13 and Spectre x360 13. Both feature sleek designs, long battery lives and the latest “Coffee Lake” processors from Intel.
Virtual conferences are great. You can meet industry experts and other solution providers, catch up on the latest technology, and get tips for growing your business — all without leaving the comfort of your office.
Here are 2 virtual conferences, both being held this month, that you won’t want to miss.
Fall 2017 Intel Virtual Technology Conference
This online conference will take place on Oct. 31 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. PT / 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. ET.
You know that the tech landscape changes quickly. But where’s the smart money headed? That’s a big, important question.
Gartner has some answers. The research and advisory company just published its list of the top 10 strategic tech trends for 2018. I expect you’ll find many of the items surprising.
Ransomware is a big problem, but just how big? We didn’t know — until now.
New numbers from Datto’s State of the Channel Ransomware Report illustrate the size and scope of the ransomware problem facing your small and midsize business (SMB) customers.
Datto found that between last year and this year, SMB ransomware victims will pay ransomware hackers an estimated $301 million.