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Intel Partner Connect goes virtual, and you're invited

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Azure Stack + Intel Optane SSDs: Better together

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Apple pie? Delicious. Apple pie with vanilla ice cream? Even more delicious.

So it is with Microsoft’s Azure Stack HCI. Like apple pie, this solution is pretty great all by itself. Azure Stack HCI, powered by 2nd gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors, offers your customers a powerful way to run virtualized applications on a modern hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI).

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HP wants to help you maintain business continuity

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One thing the coronavirus pandemic reveals is just how much the IT giants need the channel. The relationship is like the one between a barge and its fleet of tugboats. That barge may be huge, but without those tiny tugboats, it’s not going anywhere.

Tugboat and barge

Case in point: HP. Despite annual revenue approaching $60 billion, this maker of PCs and printers relies on the support of even its smallest channel partners.

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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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