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Research roundup: cybersecurity, blockchain, smart robots

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Cybersecurity experts are surprisingly scarce. Blockchain spending is surprisingly fast. And robots are getting surprisingly smart.

Those findings come from new reports issued by leading IT-industry watchers. Here’s your tech provider’s update.

Cybersecurity: experts wanted

Imagine living in western Scotland, where the rainfall averages about 10 feet a year, and not owning an umbrella or raincoat.

That’s pretty much the situation when it comes to cybersecurity.

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Lenovo & Cloudistics offer on-premises ‘cloud in a box’

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Sure, the public cloud is a great thing, but not for every use case. Your midsize customers most likely have applications and workloads they’d like to keep securely behind their own firewalls.

For these kinds of workloads, Lenovo and Cloudistics have this week jointly announced a “cloud in a box” hardware and software solution. It promises to deliver a public-cloud experience behind the firewall, and to do it simply and at low cost.

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What’s coming next in GPUs?

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A tidal wave of graphics processing is on the horizon. The question is what will hit the market, and when.

One thing we know for sure is that NVIDIA and AMD are battling for dominance, with no end in sight. The winner? That would be you and your graphics-hungry customers.

NVIDIA: Not what, but when

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Introducing Xeon E-2100, Intel’s new CPU for entry-level workstations

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Intel has a new microprocessor for entry-level workstations, and it’s already powering new systems from Dell, HP and Lenovo designed for your customers who work on CAD, media and content creation.

Called the Intel Xeon E-2100, it’s a 6-core processor designed to provide content creators with powerful, single-threaded application performance, high reliability, and an affordable price.

Intel E Series processors

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How Intel’s Data Center Blocks can help you deliver customizable solutions

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Your customers’ data centers are where the action is.

For your midsized customers, their data centers host centralized IT operations and equipment. They store, manage and disseminate data, and house the network’s most critical systems. And they’re vital to the continuity of your customers’ daily operations.

That’s why it’s so important to ensure that your customers’ data centers are secure and reliable. Today’s data centers require unique server solutions that run complex, business-critical workloads. To develop those solutions, more resources are often needed.

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PC shipments are forecast to drop this year

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Meet Microsoft’s smallest Surface yet

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Are you innovative? Then enter CRN’s Tech Innovators Awards

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Why SSDs are taking over in storage

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Who ever thought Amazon Prime Day would be the harbinger of a great storage-device revolution?
 
On July 16 Seagate will offer its new BarraCuda SSD (solid state drive) exclusively on Amazon. The price might cause you and your customers to do a double take. 
 
Users with the need for speed will only need to shell out $120 for a 500GB SSD on Amazon, and only $230 for the 1TB drive. Both offer a write speed of 520 MB/sec.

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Do your customers know the latest cybersecurity trends?

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