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Check out Intel’s 3 new moves to protect your customers’ security

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Can’t hire cybersec pros? Find out why you’re not alone

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To power the AI revolution with Intel, join our social chat on May 2

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Looking for a way into the exciting and fast-growing market for artificial intelligence?

Intel is here to help. The company’s portfolio of hardware and software technologies is built to make the promise of AI’s transformative power a reality. 

Intel delivers a highly optimized suite of capabilities to help your customers get started with AI. They can use the same infrastructure already running their business operations. And they can get equipped for the more complex compute demands of AI in the future.

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PC sales are flat, and that’s okay

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This just-announced Chromebook from HP is detachable

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HP’s latest workstations pack 8th Gen Intel processors

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Gamers’ delight: new laptops from Dell and Acer

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Enthusiast systems for gamers and other high-performance users are a bright spot in the otherwise dull PC business. If you have customers in the market for these systems, you’ll want to check out the latest from Dell and Acer.

Here’s your tech provider’s briefing.

Dell Alienware

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Dell intros all-in-one PCs & monitors, plus an updated 2-in-1

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Check out Intel’s newest 8th Gen Core processors

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Research roundup: cloud, security as a service, VR, protecting IoT

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Here’s your tech provider’s roundup of the latest, greatest market research figures and forecasts:

Cloud infrastructure

The cloud is huge. Total spending on the cloud, both public and private, now accounts for 42% of every dollar spent on IT infrastructure worldwide, reports market watcher IDC. That’s up about 2 points from just under 40% only a year ago.

The numbers are even more impressive when you look at dollars spent.

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