Available immediately, the new, virtual reality-ready Xeon E3-1200 v6 processor family delivers up to 56 percent better performance than their predecessors and up to 3 times the graphics performance.
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The food and beverage industry is using big data and analytics in exciting ways that are saving money and generating revenue. Any business can learn from this success.
The new client device from Dell, available today for $329 and up, is designed to power videoconferencing software and other IO-intensive solutions.
IBM has had quantum computers since last year, but will the company be able to turn quantum computing into a long term business strategy?
The two new printers, both of which are slated to reach market later this year, utilize stationary line head print technology to produce pages dramatically faster than comparable SMB and departmental products while consuming dramatically less power.
The new “zero-touch” routers from Aditum program themselves automatically upon connection, freeing partners from that time-consuming task.
Ronald van Loon of Adversitement outlined the data management infrastructure of tomorrow in a recent post on LinkedIn.
IT departments are under pressure to keep networks running at peak performance without breaking the bank. Finding ways to save money on IT costs can make you an IT superstar.
Middlesex Community College is using Softdocs Etrieve, an enterprise content management, e-forms and workflow platform to give self-service capabilities to students and reduce paper touchpoints between offices at its two campuses in Lowell and Bedford, Mass.
The new ReadyNAS 4U 60-bay network storage solution boasts over 1 petabyte of storage for multi-tenant data center operations, disaster recovery, and IP surveillance.