Earlier this month, Intel introduced an innovative and cool modular compute platform, the Intel Compute Card.
The Intel Compute Card is worth a look, especially since the first OEM solution based on the new device has been announced, too.
The IT channel is at an inflection point. New business models and purchasing habits are appearing. Non-IT executives are increasingly able to buy IT services from the cloud. And the balance of power among vendors, solution providers, distributors and end users is shifting.
So says a new IT-industry outlook report, issued yesterday by CompTIA, a technology industry membership association.
The retail industry has reached a turning point, and so has Intel.
Across the retail vertical, many well-known brands are struggling. Macy’s recently said it would close 68 stores and lay off 10,000 employees. Sears is projected to lose more than $2 billion this year. And J.C. Penney could close nearly a third of its stores.
The market watchers at top research firms Gartner and IDC both released their latest PC figures yesterday, and the news wasn’t especially good.
You may need to pay your employees more this year. So may your clients.
That’s according to a new survey from career-coaching company Paysa. It examined the resumes of some 5 million technology professionals, then concluded that more than one-third (36%) of them were underpaid by at least 10 percent.
Last week’s CES 2017 show in Las Vegas was so big, so noisy and so exciting, a few cool products got lost in the mix. Among them: 3 very cool displays.
Really? Aren't displays boring? Not these 3. Here’s your solution provider’s update. Check them out, and tell me if you don’t agree these displays are pretty cool.
It was a little less than a year ago that Intel CEO Brian Krzanich publicly laid out the company’s new transformation strategy. Intel would no longer be focused solely on designing and making PC microprocessors. Instead, Intel would now expand into the cloud, the Internet of Things (IoT), data centers, 5G and programmable devices like FPGAs.
This is the week of the big CES 2017 show in Las Vegas. Expect lots of new hardware from lots of suppliers. Yesterday, we looked at Dell’s new 2-in-1 and ultraslim monitor Next up: Lenovo.
Lenovo is making a slew of announcements today. We’ll cover them for you tomorrow, once we’ve had a chance to digest it all.
Happy new year! This is the week of the big CES 2017 show in Las Vegas. Expect lots of new hardware from lots of suppliers. First up: Dell.
Dell today made 2 big CES-related announcements: a 2-in-1 version of its XPS 13 laptop, and an ultrathin monitor. Here are the high points:
XPS 13 2-in-1