CLOUD AND DATA CENTERS

Explore powerful, modern infrastructure products and solutions that help drive industry advancements and enable amazing business outcomes.

Intel Security Threat Predictions
Check out Intel Security’s top threat predictions for 2017

Cyber security in the new year — better, worse or about the same? To find out, Intel Security assembled 31 of its top thought leaders. Their predictions have just been published in the McAfee Labs...


Cloud Adoption
Cloud adoption shows no signs of slowing: BitGlass report

Nearly 60 percent of organizations now use cloud-based productivity suites from either Microsoft or Google. One in 10 companies now uses single sign-on. And about 1 in 3 have tried Slack. These...


Enter Intel’s ‘Servers Rock’ sweepstakes, and you could win big

    Interested in data-center technology — and in a chance to win a Microsoft Surface Pro 4, HTV Vive headset, Intel NUC kit, or Samsung 65-inch curved UHD TV monitor? If so, then Intel has a new...


3 ways data centers are getting faster, more efficient, cheaper

Your customers’ business interests intersect with data-center design every day. Whether they’re browsing Facebook, deploying cloud-based applications, or contracting data analytics services, all the...


Lenovo adds cloud-based version of anywhere, any-device solution

Earlier this week, Lenovo introduced a service that could have big implications for your clients. The new service, called Unified Workspace Cloud, is a hosted and cloud-based version of Lenovo’s...


Cloud users ‘rebalancing,’ finds CompTIA survey

The early days of the cloud are over. Now comes the time for greater savvy and refinement. A new report from IT nonprofit association CompTIA finds that more than 90 percent of companies are already...


celebrity malware and cybercrime
Searching ‘Amy Schumer’ may be hazardous to your client’s computer health

Browsing celebrity websites is a harmless if time-wasting activity, right? Wrong. A new report finds clients who search celebrity websites may be exposing themselves to dangerous malware....


Pages