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Non-malware cyber attacks: a bigger threat than you'd think

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Q: What do your clients have in common with the U.S. Democratic National Committee (DNC)?

A: Both are subject to cyber attacks involving non-malware.

Because malware gets much of the attention, you might think it’s the biggest cyber threat. But a new report, based on a recent survey of security researchers, finds otherwise.

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Phone as PC? Samsung gives it a shot with DeX

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Check out Intel's new Xeons for small-biz workstations & servers

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Now Intel wants to change the way your PC clients use memory, too

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Lenovo beefs up data-center group with new biz units & execs

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Earlier this month, we told you that Lenovo is getting busy in the data center, creating new products, establishing a new tiered program for the channel, and introducing innovative storage appliances.

Now Lenovo has beefed up its year-old Data Center Group (DCG) by creating 5 new business units and both hiring and promoting executive to lead them.

The 5 new business units within Lenovo’s DCG are:

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Ignoring LoB managers? That could be a costly mistake

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3 tablet takeaways from Apple’s iPad reshuffle

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Apple reshuffled its tablet lineup yesterday, and for solution providers, there are some important takeaways.

In case you missed it, Apple yesterday introduced an iPad tablet powered by a 64-bit Apple A9 processor, fitted with a 3.1-megapixel 9.7-inch display, and retailing for as little as $329. That price will get you a Wi-Fi tablet with 32GB of storage capacity. Shipments are set to start this Friday, Mar. 24.

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Hybrid IT is the new normal: cloud survey

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Attention, solution providers: IT departments need your help with their hybrid cloud/non-cloud deployments. Especially with cloud assessments, training, migration, testing and transformation services.

So finds a new survey of 1,500 IT decision-makers in a range of industries worldwide. While the respondents worked at large organizations, the findings should have implications for solution providers serving SMBs, too.

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Intel wants to change the way your data-center clients use memory

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Lenovo’s getting busy in the data center

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