Lenovo, HP, and Dell are increasing their collective dominance of the PC market, with Apple as the only threat. So how are the three big OEMs coping with sweeping changes in the computing landscape?
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Today's smartphones and tablets offer computing power, memory and storage that surpass that offered by mainframe computers in the 1990s. But security remains an ongoing challenge.
HP's Storage unit unveiled new advancements on Wednesday intended to simplify the transition to flash storage while preserving legacy infrastructure investments.
HP lifts the lid on its Windows-equivalent to the Chromebook with a starting price of $200.
HP said the incentive is designed to give smaller businesses the ability to adopt server virtualization for less cost and physical footprint than dedicated storage hardware.
In the red hot cloud computing market, major players such as Cisco, Dell, HP, IBM and VMware now offer their own distribution of OpenStack. Meanwhile, Piston Cloud is playing its security, management and installation as differentiators. Will it work?
Organizations are seeking ways to reduce their storage costs while also improving performance, reliability and manageability. Atlantis Computing believes that its USX addresses these requirements for virtual applications.
"I'm not an expert on software-defined storage or the intricacies of cloud computing," Clinton quipped.
The Compute Era -- which the tech world appears to be entering as we speak, according to HP -- boils down to the transformation of traditional server silos into pools of processing resources.
The tech giant is aiming to carve its place in the software-defined storage market with tools it touts as efficient and competitively priced.
HP is positioning Helion Managed Services as an alternative to owning and managing storage assets, and says it's different from previous managed services offerings.
New Zealand’s Department of Conservation uses cloud computing to engage with remote staff, and to save scarce resources for its core mission.
HP's enhanced 3PAR StoreServ 7450 array aims to provide scalability and affordability that broadens its use to a wider range of mission-critical applications.
At its Discover conference, HP outlined plans to bring more high-performance computing to the enterprise with a series of Apollo servers. HP also rolled out storage, networking, and virtualization pieces of its datacenter stack.
Hewlett-Packard plans to invest over $1 billion in developing cloud products and services.
The PowerApp BaaS back-end service is a step toward building a comprehensive platform which covers cloud computing, storage, database, and standard middleware services.
Timesharing used to be the way to share the resources of a single system. It was replaced by client/server computing but suppliers of VDI technology are looking to dig up the past.
For HP, the ConvergedSystem allows it to deliver more hardware systems with integrated compute, storage, networking, and software faster. SAP HANA gets more throughput. Both companies eye analytics workloads.
NetApp cuts employees for the second time in a year as it deals with the storage shift to cloud computing and tighter IT budgets for hardware.
The Raspberry Pi has found its way in to the hobbyist market for computing, but it is also very capable for other business and personal use as well. An extremely low power draw, small form factor, no noise, solid state storage, and other features make it an attractive solution for a small and lightweight server.
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