As one of the leaders in the IT industry, Hewlett Packard Enterprise has been at the forefront of business solutions. The company is now taking things further by expanding its unique “Pay-Per-Use IT” model to many key business workloads.
Technology is continually evolving, transforming the way people work and play. However, technology also responds to specific needs, seeking to enhance its own usability. While the smartphone and tablet have led the way for the past decade, the future will look to HP’s new detachable ZBook.
Ransomware attacks have been a hot topic in the news these days, but this type of malicious activity has actually been happening for years. Over time, it has become more sophisticated, and the attacks are more damaging than ever. The best way for business leaders to prevent a threat to their company is to understand the issue. In this article, we’ll explore its history and discuss how this type of malicious software has evolved over the years.
Introducing HPE OneSphere
HPE OneSphere is the first multi-cloud management solution that offers a simplified yet unified service. It covers a range of private clouds, public clouds, hybrid variations, as well as software-driven infrastructure. This is achieved by letting clients access various IT resources – whether it be data, apps, and more – that reside within the cloud structure. Not only does this optimize resources, but it also allows apps and programs to be deployed faster, and helps minimize disruptions due to failovers.
Lenovo computers are proudly leading the industry in the use of recyclable materials. At present, the company is developing the next generation of ‘green,’ eco-friendly supercomputers at competitive prices.
If you are like other business owners, you store vital information on your networks, like customer data, and project details. Not many business owners understand the risks related to cyber attacks. They never take steps to protect themselves from ransomware, which is a dangerous trap.
The HP ZBook x2 PC is now the most powerful detachable PC1 design in the world. This unique device is designed to solve a number of performance and mobility issues for professionals around the world. While it is sure to be embraced by all businesses, it is well suited for designers, artists, and imaging professionals.
Lenovo has recently announced that they would be working with Intel to bring safer, more direct solutions to users by integrating FIDO-certified authenticators into their upcoming PC devices. Intel Online Connect (available on 7th and 8th Generation Intel Core processors) is a service that would allow a user quick and easy access to all their essential websites while doubling down on tougher security and encryption methods. EMPR currently sells Lenovo spare parts for laptops, desktops, and workstations. Click here to see our vast product range.
Many industry experts predict that the future of search lies not in the keyboard but the human voice. Voice-based search has been growing in popularity and acceptance in recent years. Devices such as Google Home and Amazon Echo have since been taking centre stage.
Less widely reported is that voice-based search is also making inroads in the business world. It just makes sense that voice search would take hold in this venue, one where time is money.
Anything that can reduce wasted time and provide faster search results is sure to be welcomed in the business world. While Amazon and Google have been in the press, HPE has been quietly bringing artificial intelligence to the data centre.
- HPE Expands “Pay-Per-Use IT” to Key Business WorkloadsApril 18, 2018 - 9:00 am
- Streamlined Work Solutions with the HP ZBookApril 11, 2018 - 9:00 am
- The Evolution of Ransomware and What It Means for Your BusinessApril 4, 2018 - 9:00 am
- HPE OneSphere: World’s Most Advanced SaaS-Based Multi-Cloud Management SystemMarch 28, 2018 - 3:49 pm
- Lenovo Delivers Next Generation ‘Green’ SupercomputersMarch 12, 2018 - 9:00 am