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Research roundup: predicting the coronavirus’ impact on IT

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The worldwide coronavirus pandemic will cause IT spending to drop this year, voice-controlled smart-home devices to get more popular, small businesses to struggle, and many companies to consider letting remote workers stay remote.

That’s the latest from top IT market watchers. Here’s your tech provider’s roundup.

IT spending will dip

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Meet the new 10th Gen Intel Core H-series mobile processors

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Top CIO priorities: digital transform, biz alignment, staffing

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HP intros 4 security services to protect home-PC users

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For modern manageability, check out the Intel vPro platform

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Video podcast: Steer toward greater efficiency & better profits with Intel vPro tech

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How the $2 trillion U.S. coronavirus stimulus bill could help your business

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Last night the U.S. Senate and the Trump administration agreed on a $2 trillion stimulus package to help the country’s economy during the coronavirus pandemic. The Senate is set to vote on the package later today. President Trump has already said he will sign it.

So what’s in the package that could help U.S. tech providers? While the final terms of the package are still unknown, here’s some of what we do know.

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Your Intel NUC Rugged options just got modular

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Do you need a just-in-time solution for tough mini PCs? If so, Intel is now giving you some new options.

Specifically, Intel has expanded its Intel NUC Rugged product line to include a modular option. This gives ecosystem partners and integrators new and flexible options for this popular mini PC.   

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How tech companies are stepping up to fight coronavirus

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To help fight the coronavirus pandemic, tech companies are doing their part. Here’s some of who’s stepping up:

Intel says it will continue to pay all contractors and employees who have been asked to work from home or self-quarantine, and it will reimburse employees for up to 15 days of care services. Also, the company plans to continue paying all service partners worldwide for at least the next 2 months.

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Research roundup: coronavirus and tech

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How will the coronavirus pandemic affect the world of tech? That’s the question of the week. And here’s your tech provider’s roundup on the best info from leading market watchers.

What HR pros say

Working from home this week? You’re far from alone. Nearly 9 in 10 organizations have either encouraged or required employees to work from home, finds a survey of HR executives worldwide fielded this past Tuesday.

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