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Get on-demand training on 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors

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How Intel’s vPro Platform improves PC management, security, stability & performance

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Companies spending more on tech to save and transform: new survey

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Intel NUC for Business: tiny footprint, big power

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Research roundup: digital-transformation spending, supply-chain trends, AR for warehouses

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Spending on digital transformation could reach nearly $1.2 trillion this year. Eight trends are about to change how supply chains are managed. And augmented realty could help warehouses cope with increased demands.

That’s some of the latest from top market researchers. Here’s your tech provider’s roundup:

Digital-transformation spending: huge and growing fast

You already knew digital transformation was big. But how about $1.18 trillion big?

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Intel’s new 9th Gen H-series processors deliver power for gamers & creators

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Gamers and content creators are a power-hungry lot. To serve them, Intel today introduced a line of mobile processors that includes an unclocked high-end processor with a maximum speed of 5.0 GHz.

The new CPU line is officially known as the 9th Generation Intel Core mobile H-series processors. As of today, there are 6 SKUs spanning the full range of i5, i7 and i9 processors.

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What you can learn from Intel’s advances in AI & machine learning

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Artificial intelligence and machine learning may seem like technologies for the future. But large enterprises are implementing AI, ML and other related technologies, and getting real business benefits today.

While small and midsize businesses may not be able to afford these advanced technologies quite yet, it’s just a matter for time. For now, you and your SMB customers can take some lessons from the big guys.

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Microsoft updates Surface Hub for the way we work now

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Microsoft this week announced it will start shipping a new version of its Surface Hub meeting system in June.

That’s interesting, but even more important are the trends behind this system. Even if you or your customers never use a Surface Hub, these trends will affect how you work.

Under the hood

First, a bit about the new Microsoft device.

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Intel offers new vPro CPUs for today’s mobile workforce

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Acer intros ConceptD line of desktops, notebooks, monitors for creators

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