Hyperconvergence: What It Is and Why You Should Care

Hyperconvergence (HCI) is an IT framework and data center set up that helps IT operators and administrators prioritize software workloads over hardware systems. It does this by combining storage, computing, and networking into one system with the purpose of reducing complexity and increasing scalability. The central theme of hyperconvergence is that the value of keeping […]

HP Has Created the World’s Smallest Laser Printer for Your Workspace

It’s no surprise that HP, the world’s leader in printing solutions, is the one to bring us the smallest laser printer in the world, designed to fit any personal workspace. The HP LaserJet Pro M15 and M28 series are the smallest printers of their kind and are designed to give small businesses and professionals a […]

Michael Dell Working Towards a Reverse-Merger of VMware

The tech world is zeroed in on Dell, which is expected to lay out its strategic options regarding a reverse-merger with VMware, a maker of virtualization software, by the end of this month. This deal would take Dell Technologies back into the public market. With this deal, Dell stands to gain an advantage — A […]

Europe Recognizes Infosys as a Top Employer

Top Employers Institute, a global certifications company, has recognized Infosys as a Top Employer in Europe for its excellence in employee conditions in the U.K., France, Germany, The Netherlands, and Switzerland. The tech and consulting giant applied for this certification for the first time this year, and it is safe to say it was a […]

Dell Inc. Named One of the World’s Most Ethical Companies for the Fifth Consecutive Year

Ethisphere Institute, a global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices, has recognized Dell Inc. as one of the 2018 World’s Most Ethical Companies. This recognition marks the fifth consecutive year the company receives such honor and acknowledges Dell as one of just three companies selected from the tech industry. “While […]

Big Things Ahead for Dell as the Company Considers Acquisitions – or Even an IPO

Is Dell Technologies, the world’s largest privately held technology company, finally considering an IPO? Alternatively, is the Texas-based computer maker going to make new acquisitions to shake things up? We do not know all of the details yet but according to sources close to the matter, Dell’s board of directors meeting later this month will […]

How Cisco Has Transformed Under CEO Chuck Robbins

Don’t we all wish we could enter the new year looking a little bit like Cisco after the two-year makeover the company enjoyed under CEO Chuck Robbins? Not only is the stock up $15 since January 2016, but Cisco also managed to redefine its priorities and embrace change in a transformative way – all without […]

Worldwide Server Revenue Surges into 2018 on a High Note

Gartner, a leading research and advisory firm providing IT related insight, recently reported the third quarter of 2017 saw worldwide server revenue grow by a significant 16 percent year over year with unit shipments increasing by just 5.1 percent from the third quarter of 2016. This growth indicates high-end server solutions as the primary driver […]

Who’s to Blame for the Skills Gap?

The latest poll from the American Staffing Association Workforce Monitor shows most Americans believe institutions, like schools and employers, share the blame for the U.S. skills gap; however, there may be more to the story. In a survey of more than 2,000 U.S. adults conducted online by Harris Poll, seven in 10 (72%) say students’ […]

Infosys Names Parekh CEO as the Company’s Search Comes to an End

Salil S. Parekh is named Infosys Chief Executive Officer, ending the company’s hunt after the previous CEO, Vishal Sikka, resigned, following criticism from a number of founders. Sikka stormed out last August after clashing with company founders who had been running the company for three decades. The Indian software-outsourcing giant has been working to keep […]