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How Intel NUC Elements can save you time, ease your workload

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Not enough hours in the day? Intel is here to help.

The company’s NUC Elements give you an entirely new way to design, build and deliver high-performance embedded solutions and mini-PCs quickly, easily and flexibly.

Intel NUC Elements were designed to simplify system assembly for integrators and system builders. They do this by providing a line of components that you can mix-and-match to deliver the flexibility of modular computing.

Work with Intel NUC Elements and you can enjoy these benefits:

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Research roundup: global IT spending, state CIOs, cloud infrastructure

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IT spending worldwide is on track to hit $4 trillion. State CIOs want to be innovative, but find it hard to achieve. And IT infrastructure budgets are in the cloud.

That’s the latest in IT market research. Here’s your tech provider’s roundup.

Global IT spending: nearly $4 trillion

IT spending worldwide will total $3.9 trillion this year, Gartner predicts, an increase over 2019 of 3.4%.

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Artificial intelligence gets real at Intel

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Intel is making a big push into AI – make that several pushes.

Last fall, the company hosted an AI Summit at which it introduced AI circuitry.

And at the CES 2020 show earlier this month, Intel introduced AI-powered processors, demonstrated progress made by its Mobileye unit, and highlighted an innovative and possibly life-saving AI-powered project with the Red Cross.

Together, these events highlight AI’s determination to make advances for AI applications in business, society and research. Here’s your tech provider’s update.

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Don’t just sell storage parts – sell a scalable storage solution

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Is there a mismatch between the way you sell storage and what your customers actually need?

Lots of tech providers sell parts. A new server. New storage drive. New PCs.

But your customers may not care about buying new server or storage hardware. What they definitely care about is a solution. That is, finding a combination hardware, software and services package that solves an important business problem.

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PC shipments mark a surprisingly strong Q4

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Holiday digital spending rose 8%: report

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Research roundup: robot retail, brand power, smart speakers

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In-store shoppers shun help from robots. Brand loyalty is fragile. And smart speakers are proliferating.

That’s some of the latest research released in time for retail’s big show, NRF 2020. This conference and expo, sponsored by the National Retail Federation, gets started in New York tomorrow, Jan. 11. Its organizers expect nearly 40,000 people to attend.

Here’s your tech provider’s research roundup:

People, not robots

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At CES, new PCs based on 10th gen Intel Core CPUs

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Intel debuts the NUC 9 Pro, a compact & creative workstation

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Intel today introduced the NUC 9 Pro, a compact workstation designed for creative tasks.

Part of Intel’s NUC family of mini-PCs, the new NUC 9 Pro includes integrated Intel UHD graphics. It's also the first in Intel's NUC line to support discrete PCIe graphics cards. That, along with its ability to run demanding design and engineering applications, makes the new Intel NUC 9 Pro a strong computing candidate for your most creative customers.

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Meet HP’s next-gen PCs

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Technically, CES 2020 doesn’t get started until tomorrow, Jan. 7, but the big guns are already introducing exciting new computing devices.

That includes HP. Yesterday the company introduced 3 PCs that incorporate new features including 10th Gen Intel Core processors, 5G and an app that helps users find misplaced or lost devices.

Here’s your tech provider’s update:

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