Everyone has mastered the public cloud by now, right? Nope. According to a new survey, they really haven’t.
For technology providers, that’s good news. The public cloud is still a challenge for many organizations. They need your help!
Chromebooks are fine for K-12 kids. But do they make sense for business?
Google has this month started advertising Chromebooks on prime-time TV. The campaign features the slogan, “If you’ve changed the way you do pretty much anything, You Chromebook.” The ad shows people watching TV, working out in the gym, etc. — the idea being that whatever you do, you can do it on a Chromebook.
That includes working.
How much would your customers like an autonomous data center, one in which over 85% of issues get resolved automatically — even before they know there’s been a problem?
That’s what Hewlett Packard Enterprise is promising with its new cloud-based AI platform, HPE InfoSight. InfoSight is an AI recommendation engine for the data center that uses machine learning to predict and prevent problems.
Do you have a deep-pocketed client looking for a cool new experience, while contributing to a worthy charity? Or are you deep-pocketed yourself?
If so, your client could attend the big Consumer Electronics Show this coming January in Las Vegas like a true VIP.
What’s going on with wearables, enterprise software, commercial robots and automated services? Here’s your tech provider’s summary of some of the latest market research and surveys.
The worldwide wearable band market has become a 3-way race among Apple, Xiaomi and Fitbit. And in the third quarter of this year, it was a race won by Apple, according to a new report from market watcher Canalys.
There’s big news on the Intel Optane front. The company has doubled the capacity of a solid state drive for the data center that uses Optane technology. And it has just opened a new fabrication plant to manufacture a key Optane component.
Optane is Intel’s innovative technology for decreasing latency and accelerating systems for workloads that demand large capacity and fast storage. Optane does all that by combining 3D XPoint memory media, Intel memory and controllers, and Interconnect IP and software.
The hot SMB market is getting even hotter. Don't believe it? Well, don’t look now, but retail giant Office Depot is gunning for your small and midsize business clients.
Earlier this week Office Depot closed its $1 billion acquisition of CompuCom Systems and announced the formation of BizBox, a subscription service offering tech and business services to SMB owners.
“Digital transformation” is my nomination for this year’s No. 1 buzz phrase. But how do you — and your clients — pay for it? That’s the big question.
To be fair, “digital transformation” is a popular phrase for good reason. Nearly every organization is watching its industry be transformed by the digital technologies we know and love.
The data center of the future is multi-cloud. Intel and its partners want to make that future easier and more successful for you and your customers.
Multi-cloud is the future because the cloud isn’t a one-size-fits-all proposition. Instead, it turns out, a public cloud is great for some applications, but not all. Same thing for an on-premises private cloud. Both are powerful, but only when and where appropriate.
Do you have customers who’d like enough processing power on their tablets and 2-in-1s to do the same kinds of heavy-duty computing — advanced content creation, AAA gaming and VR experiences — they now do on their laptops and desktop PCs?
Intel and — wait for it — AMD are on the case. These two erstwhile rivals have teamed up to create a new processor set that promises to end the tradeoff between performance and portability.