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    Dell Brings New Hardware, Security Features to Wyse Thin Clients

    From Eweek: At the Citrix Synergy show, Dell officials unveiled new thin clients, better security and performance features, and the latest version of Wyse ThinOS. Dell is broadening its portfolio of Wyse thin clients and software to bring greater performance, security and collaboration capabilities to virtual desktop environments. The announcements made May 24 come a […]

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    EMC Unity Breaks New Ground for All-Flash Storage Simplicity and Affordability

    New EMC Unity family of simple, affordable storage systems deliver enterprise capabilities, all-flash performance and cloud-like simplicity for under $18,000 Designed specifically for small, mid-sized and departmental enterprise IT deployments Available in all-flash array, hybrid array, software-defined and converged configurations Order-of-magnitude leaps in performance and simplicity over the current generation of competing data storage products […]

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    Top Three Cloud Client-Computing Trends for 2016

    by Jeff McNaught, Executive Director & Chief Strategy Officer, Cloud Client-Computing at Dell • May 11, 2016 In 2016 and beyond, we believe VDI use cases will expand as cost and complexity continues to diminish, and security concerns continue to rise. Here are the top three cloud client-computing trends partners need to know. Jeff McNaught […]

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    Thin Clients: 20 Years Young and More Relevant than Ever

    By Jeff McNaught, Executive Director and Chief Strategy Officer, Dell Cloud Client-Computing It has been 20 years since Wyse introduced the first thin clients into the market, bringing secure, easy to manage, energy saving client technology to a variety of non-traditional environments. Since the outset, we knew this technology would enable better security and new […]

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    Dell’s Jeff McNaught on mobility, virtualization and security

    Dell‘s Jeff McNaught, the Executive Director of Marketing and Chief Strategy Office, dropped by recently to discuss mobility, security, virtualization and what is keeping enterprise IT executives awake at night. What’s keeping executives up at night? In McNaught’s view, executives are struggling with the following mobile device issues: The proliferation of mobile devices has introduced […]

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    8 Cisco Game-Changing Technology Initiatives In 2016

    The New Era Of Cisco Cisco Systems is striving to break new ground in 2016 through a slew of initiatives around cloud, services, application developers and even its bread-and-butter switching lines. Many of the initiatives are geared around its new Digital Network Architecture based on automation, virtualization, analytics, managed services and open APIs delivered within […]

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    Here’s How Cisco Plans to Dominate the Data Center

    A new product packs more punch than traditional rack systems, but with a much smaller footprint. Cisco has a new data center product that could help it weather the tough storm ahead. In 2016, corporations are expected to significantly cut their spend on information technology products and services, according to researchfrom International Data Corporation. That […]

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    IBM’s Power chips hit the big time at Google

    Google and Rackspace are designing a server based on IBM’s upcoming Power9 processor, a sure sign that Intel is no longer the only game in town for cloud service providers. The companies announced plans for the system, which they call Zaius, at IBM’sOpenPower Summit in Silicon Valley on Wednesday. It’s one of several new Power […]

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    POWER8—Its Time Is Now

    POWER8 servers have been out since April 2014, causing a rapid migration to the new technology from older ones. However, some customers have yet to make the transition—for a number of reasons. Given recent announcements and the performance seen in the POWER8 servers, it’s truly time that everyone starts to put together a POWER8 migration […]

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