Challenged by data-center customers reluctant to refresh their aging servers? Intel is here to help. The company is now offering 4 online courses for tech providers just like you.
Best of all, these Intel Technology Provider training courses are available on demand — meaning you can view them whenever you want. Here’s the lineup:
There’s a whole lot of data out there. New analytics tools will help your customers use at least some of that data to make better business decisions.
What’s coming? The market watchers at Gartner believe they know. Speaking at a recent conference in Australia, they presented their top 10 data and analytics tech trends.
“The story of data and analytics keeps evolving,” says Gartner researcher Rita Sallam.
Small businesses are unready for Internet of Things security.
Organizations of all sizes are split on whether IoT is primarily a cost saver or revenue generator.
And nearly two-thirds of IoT implementations are not standalone, but instead integrated with existing business processes.
“How much storage do you want with that?”
“Oh, not much.”
That question? It's one you probably ask clients who are selecting new systems. And that answer? It's one you should be prepared to hear a whole lot more often.
The reason: A lot of data storage is moving to the cloud.
To help IT managers who'd rather think about business than boxes, Lenovo has just introduced a Hardware-as-a-Service offering.
Lenovo calls it TruScale Infrastructure Services. It’s a consumption-based subscription model for procuring IT resources. Customers will pay a single monthly fee based on their consumption of electricity (more on this below), and with no minimum requirements.
More than 45,000 members of the healthcare technology industry are gathering this week. They’re in Orlando, Fla., for the 2019 edition of the HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) global conference and exhibition.
Here’s some of what they’re learning:
Lenovo’s healthy laptop
If you and your customers are still trying to get your heads around the concept of digital transformation, you’d better hurry up.
A new “post-digital” era is upon us, according to professional-services provider Accenture.
The company’s just-published Technology Vision 2019 report argues that in this new era, digital technology, though still powerful, will no longer be a “differentiating advantage.”
Your small and midsize business (SMB) customers are looking for servers that deliver cost-effective productivity, complement their existing IT investments, and help them use cloud-based services.
President Trump wasn’t the only one listing achievements yesterday. Gavriella Schuster, Microsoft’s corporate VP for One Commercial Partner, also listed hers in a State of Modern Partnership presentation.
Gavriella Schuster sees new partner opportunities
Highlights from her report: