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’s official: Skylake is yesterday’s news.
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
What a year! Looking back at 2016, these were a few of our favorite things:
7th GEN INTEL CORE PROCESSOR FAMILY:
PC makers are showing renewed interest in the creative-computing market. If your clients routinely work with audio, video and or computer-aided design (CAD), now might be a good time to present them with some cool new options.
Microsoft: A Bite out of Apple
The cloud isn’t only for computing and data. Communications in the cloud is taking off, too. Fast growth is expected in 4 main areas: cloud-based PBX, mobile applications, unified communications (UC) and contact-center services.
To measure this, No Jitter Research recently surveyed 255 enterprise communications pros and released its findings in a report, The State of Cloud Communications. Here’s your solution-provider summary: