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Toshiba updates business laptops with 8th Gen Intel Core CPUs

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Just 2 types of devices will gain shipments: forecast

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When it comes to gaming, PCs still rule

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The PC is dead? Not among gamers and game developers.

In fact, PCs are the most popular platform for both published games and new games currently under development. That’s according to a just-released report from the Game Developers Conference.

The report is based on GDC’s sixth annual survey of game developers, this one reaching nearly 4,000 developers. The report has been prepared in advance of GDC 2018, which will be held March 19-23 in San Francisco.

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Do your customers have robust endpoint security? Probably not

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Lenovo’s new education PCs offer Chrome/Win10 choice

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Which operating system is better for K-12 PCs, Microsoft’s Windows 10 or Google's Chrome? Two of Lenovo’s latest batch of devices for education gives buyers a choice.

An estimated two-thirds of all Chromebook sales go to schools, and Lenovo is the #2 PC vendor by units shipped worldwide, so this is a big deal.

Why the additional option? Lenovo says it wants to offer a “distinct and unique value proposition” for both students and educators.

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Intel Pentium Silver: new processors for entry-level devices

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Get customers moving to the hybrid cloud

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As your data-center customers can tell you, moving to the cloud isn’t a matter of public vs. private anymore. Instead, the hybrid cloud is fast becoming part of IT’s new normal.

With the hybrid cloud, your customers no longer need to choose either a public or private cloud. Instead, they can leverage multiple clouds with smart workload placement, enjoying the best of both.

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Your customers are ready for AI, VR/AR and blockchain: survey

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It’s easy to think that customers won’t be using such advanced technologies as artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality, and bitcoin anytime soon. But it would also be wrong.

A new report from trade association CompTIA, based on its recent survey of 700 U.S. business professionals, finds these 3 technologies are alive and well at organizations that could well include your customers.

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