We knew spending on mobility hardware, software and services was big. Now we know just how big.
That’s thanks to IDC, which has just come out with its latest figures on mobility spending. The market watcher says worldwide mobility spending this year will total $1.58 trillion. That’s a lot of phones and service! It also represents a forecast increase of about 4% over total spending last year.
It’s big, bad world out there. Lenovo and Intel have come up with a powerful way to keep your PC-using customers safer online.
Lenovo is now offering 2-factor authentication for many of its devices based on 7th and 8th Gen Intel Core processors. That’s via Intel Online Connect, a 2-factor authentication service for Windows PCs based on Intel’s latest CPUs.
A new survey of IT pros finds your customers are a pretty satisfied group. But they could use your help with tools and resources, training and professional development.
The survey was conducted this past June by CompTIA, an IT association. In all, 820 IT professionals, all based in the United States, were surveyed.
You know Intel Xeon Scalable Processors offer breakthrough performance.
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HP is riding an innovation wave. Earlier this month the company updated its Spectre 13 and Spectre x360 13 laptops with 8th Gen Intel Core processors. And last week HP added a 2-in-1 workstation for artists, designers and digital-imaging professionals.
Welcome to the wide world of meeting-room systems. Videoconferencing is hot, and the world’s most powerful hardware makers are all vying for a piece (or more) of your customer’s tech budgets.
In return, these hardware suppliers offer varying degrees of connectivity, ease of use, and purpose-built hardware. All promise to virtually connect users no matter where they are on the planet.
There is growth in the tech market — but only if you know where to look.
Here’s advice from 2 leading market watchers on where to look for tech growth.
IDC: ‘innovation accelerators’
For growth, look to the latest, greatest new technologies, says IDC.
What if real life were like this computing? Watch this short video – set in a coffee house where multitasking is strictly off the menu – and find out.
Intel RealSense will soon let you scan real objects, control devices and more. Watch this short video with TV star Jim Parsons and learn more.
PCs with the new 8th Gen Intel Core “Coffee Lake” processors are popping, and the latest is Microsoft’s new Surface Book 2, introduced today.
Microsoft says the new device, which comes in 13.5-inch and 15-inch versions, offers the power of a desktop, the versatility of a tablet and the freedom of a laptop.