Published By: Toshiba
Published Date: Feb 04, 2015
Thanks to platform changes in the new versions of Windows, IT can begin treating even traditional PCs like mobile devices, giving users additional capabilities while maintaining control of corporate data. This “new normal” means that users can have a greater choice of devices, more flexibility to work when and where they want, and more modern communications options. And it should lead to a rethinking of the often-adversarial relationship that users have with IT, helping the organization move from reactive to proactive.
This whitepaper evaluates how the landscape for client computing has changed in this new era, while retaining all of the productivity benefits we’ve come to expect from the PC.
AVG CloudCare is the new simplified IT management system for the small business that allows cloud services and devices to be managed remotely from any web browser. A range of pay-as-you-go services like antivirus, content filtering and antispam can be added at any time, but the AVG CloudCare platform itself is always FREE!
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Whether you operate a large, a medium or even a small data center, it may be time for you to consider deploying high power to at least some of your racks. Good candidates are racks that will be packed with 1U servers, racks with blade servers and racks with data center networks or storage devices.
And, there are side benefits. Moving to higher voltages, whether single phase or three phase, reduces transmission losses which leads to energy savings. Higher voltages, especially when deployed as three-phase power, are a good way to increase rack power capacity without adding to cable clutter and blocking cooling air in under-floor plenums. High power racks, coupled with in-row or overhead local cooling, also eliminate the energy waste from moving air across the room since cooling is now localized.
Mobile devices, social business apps, and business analytics are converging with the Cloud to create the most substantial changes in technology since the Internet revolution. Businesses have to change the way they think and operate, and with rising budgets for technology, they need someone to provide the services that will keep them competitive in this environment.
Learn more about the important technology trends you need to stay on top of to ensure your business doesn’t get left behind.
Download now to get a get a general understanding of the trends for productivity and cost-savings that forge new office environments to lay a corresponding new foundation for how and where devices of all kinds are used and shared.
Published By: ViewSonic
Published Date: Apr 02, 2014
When your customers move to a virtual desktop infrastructure, you must first consider the types of endpoint devices that best fit their needs. Read this whitepaper to learn more about customers’ VDI needs so you can select the best-fitting endpoint device for your customer. By choosing a ViewSonic VDI endpoint solution, your customers will benefit from best-in-class VDI endpoint performance for VMware, Citrix and Microsoft virtual desktop infrastructures.
The enterprise today is changing rapidly. The intersection of cloud, mobility, social networking and the Internet, what analyst firm Gartner calls the, “Nexus of Forces” is making most medium and large enterprises rethink their enterprise mobile strategies. Employees arebringing their own devices, downloading their own applications and creating their own IT.
Mobility has given people the freedom to work anywhere, at any time—but it has also brought endless complications to IT. Instead of relying solely on Windows applications running on Windows-based devices, people now use native mobile and web apps for work as well, and they need access to all of these types of apps on any type of device, from Windows and Mac laptops to tablets and smartphones.
Malicious hackers are becoming more sophisticated, often involving organized crime and even foreign governments. As mobile devices and applications continue to permeate businesses and society as a whole, the magnitude of the security threats grows exponentially. As a result, IT experts are predicting that 2015 will be the worst year on record as it pertains to IT security breaches.
Published By: Gigamon
Published Date: Oct 15, 2015
The Impact of Virtualization on the Evolving Security Threat Landscape - IT Security teams continue to mitigate security threats with traditional security devices. But virtualization has caused the enterprise to explore new ways to extend the reach of security tools into the virtual infrastructure. With today’s distributed
application architecture that led to the growth in East-West traffic inside the hypervisor, security architects are looking for more
efficient ways to gain visibility to that traffic on behalf of their existing and next-generation security appliances, such as IDS/IPS, Web server security, integrity monitoring and malware inspection, along with several other tools.
Cloud has revolutionized computing from the desktop to the data center and, perhaps even more meaningfully, down to the mobile devices we work and play with. The cloud approach of scalable shared infrastructure has allowed customers to consider both purchasing and deploying information technology resources in more flexible, cost-effective ways. They’ve saved money and invested in only the capacity they needed and are enjoying the benefits of consolidated infrastructure. Virtualization has been at the epicenter of this revolution and has enabled racks of disparate hardware to become one. But the move to virtualization has not come without bumps in the road.
Everyone is concerned with digital data security today, in one way or another. For every digital advancement, there seems to be a counter development to breach its security. The trust and etiquette that once governed the use of the old telephone party lines would serve us well today, but we cannot count on such protocol for today’s data and communication devices. Additional protection is needed.
Published By: Autotask
Published Date: Oct 26, 2015
Moving from an hourly-fee based break/fix (B/F) service model to a managed services (MS) recurring-revenue contract model provides benefits to both IT Service Providers (ITSPs) and their clients.
For ITSPs, the major benefits include predictable revenue streams, more efficient resource allocation, and the ability to quickly scale to add new clients and manage more devices without adding resources. Clients benefit through more predictable IT costs, more reliable performance from technology assets, and having a single point of contact for all things technology-related.
Since 1987, On-line Computer Products has offered cutting edge Technology Support Products, Services and Solutions to the IT / Network Operations Industry. Different from the Office Supply Superchains, this women-owned business focuses on those Products, Services and Solutions that are most critical to the function and day-to-day operation of those departments and business sectors.
With an extensive product line and a knowledgeable and proficient sales and customer service group, you'll find On-line Computer Products can assist with the functions as well as the applications of your needs.
Published By: Toshiba
Published Date: Jul 15, 2015
The typical on-premises business environment of a decade ago called for the standard corporate rollout of strictly managed desktop PCs running Windows. And it was considered forward-looking to use similarly configured laptop computers with desktop docking stations, enabling workers to take their computers on business trips or take them home, perhaps to triage email or perform other maintenance tasks during off hours.
This decade has seen rapid changes in the technology world outside of work. We’ve seen the rise of mobile computing devices of all kinds, pervasive wireless broadband Internet access, and an explosion in mostly consumer-oriented cloud-based services. These changes have impacted IT and business computing, just as they have impacted the expectations of users.
Sanyo Denki describes the development process for the A11H SANUPS Series in this technical report. As information communication technology (IT) has expanded globally, various IT systems have been introduced. Two extremely important factors when considering use of a system are reliability and stable operation or maintenance for devices that are connected to servers, routers, and other network systems. This reliability is also required in the power source that supplies power to the device. Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) are a large part in this reliability and Sanyo Denki has been able to address the stability, reliability and power quality with the development of this true on-line double conversion system.
Find out how Dell's fully rugged Latitude E6420XFR, can capture information from all types of digital storage devices and cellular phones to provide law enforcement and investigative agencies with a valuable tool.
As a Dell partner, you know that none of your customers are the same. For the ultimate in productivity, one will require on-site employees functioning in close proximity, where another will need remote workers who go anywhere that business takes them. Adding to the complexity, personal mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets have made pervasive computing the norm, creating new trends like bring your own device (BYOD).
Visit this page to educate our Business Partner community about current technology trends and provide materials to help you prepare for changes and shifts in the market. You will find videos, training courses, marketing literature and much more on this page about these trends and the Lenovo devices that will support your business needs.
Visit this page to educate the Business Partner community about current technology trends and provide materials to help you prepare for changes and shifts in the market. You will find videos, training courses, marketing literature and much more on this page about these trends and the Lenovo devices that will support your business needs.
Published By: Carbonite
Published Date: Jan 16, 2014
Losing your computers doesn’t have to disrupt your business if you take advantage of the cloud. Solutions like automatic cloud-based backup and collaboration applications allow you to access your data any time from any number of devices.
Yet if you’re like many owners of small-to medium-sized businesses, you may wonder what the “cloud” is and what it can do for your business.
Zero Trust is an alternative security model that addresses the shortcomings of failing perimeter-centric strategies by removing the assumption of trust. With Zero Trust there is no default trust for any entity—including users, devices, applications, and packets—regardless of what it is and its location on or relative to the corporate network. This paper discusses the need for a Zero Trust approach to network security, how the Palo Alto Networks® next-generation security platform delivers on these requirements, and provides guidance on how to progressively migrate to a Zero Trust architecture.
Firewalls enforce network access via a positive control model, where only specific traffic defined in policies is granted access to the network while all other traffic is denied. Access Control Lists (ACLs) initially performed this functionality, often in routers, but their rudimentary approach gave way to dedicated packet filtering and stateful inspection firewall devices that offered deeper levels of access controls. Unfortunately, these traditional firewalls shared a common shortcoming—an inability to see all of the applications traversing the network across all ports and protocols. The use of proxy-based devices began providing more granular visibility into a small set of applications and protocols where traditional firewalls were blind.