Below you'll find a selection of some of our most popular blog content from 2017. From Oracle’s VP for Analytics, John Hagerty, talking about how the increasing role analytics plays as we enter into the age of big data, to getting your organisation ready for the impending game-changer that is GDPR:
With no doubt all-flash storage can be a competitive advantage for your organization, bringing a new level of productivity and improved performance (as it reduces a time the employees wait for their databases or other applications), much easier disaster recovery, high resiliency, space efficiency reliability and much more.
Having a storage capacity problems in your organization, or perhaps performance issues that bog down other storage architectures? Make the switch to an all-flash storage environment that will simplify IT and boost your business.
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- Lower storage costs by up to 75%
- Deliver performance without compromise
- Recover your data at the speed of flash - 15x faster
- Eliminate downtime
- Increase scalability
- Simplify management, backup and restores
Cloud computing is increasingly becoming a major driving force in the world of information technology. More and more businesses are adopting a cloud first procurement strategy and see the many benefits and growth opportunities in the various cloud offerings on the market.
Over 95% of global enterprises report using cloud as part of their business. With over $33 billion in annual spend, cloud is now the largest category in IT infrastructure budgets. It’s expected that the movement towards the cloud will continue.
Office 365 and Google Apps are the most popular cloud-based productivity tools, and while they offer many similar services, choosing between them can be a challenge.
Microsoft Office has been providing businesses with great software to create documents and presentation spreadsheets for over 20 years. Google joined the scene with its Google Apps offering an alternative to Office, as software has become increasingly web-based. Both products allow you to create documents, presentations and spreadsheets as well as allow collaboration with team members and provide video conferencing and cloud storage but which one is best for you?
Tablet or laptop? Why not have both?
2-in-1 devices are increasing in popularity in recent years, blurring the line between tablets and laptops and combining ease of use with functionality.
There are two types of 2-in-1 device: convertible-hybrid laptop and detachable-hybrid tablet. Because of their detachable designs, some 2-in-1's can have their displays removed from keyboard bases while others can be rotated 360 degrees and fold the display back a full 360 degrees.
In recent years we have observed an incredible change in how people use technology in their everyday life. From our smartphones or wearable technology we can pay bills, collect payments, book taxis or plane tickets in seconds. We have welcomed these innovations and would like to transfer them to our career lives more than ever. Well now you can with the latest HP innovation - the Elite x3 - the one device that's every device. Combining PC power, productivity, tablet portability and smartphone connectivity, the x3 is a sleek and secure device that can dock with your screen and keyboard when needed.