New Technologies Equal Growth for Your Business

While implementing new technology hardware or software can be challenging, ultimately the pros of new technology outweigh the cons and the benefits show up in the bottom line. There’s a reason why computers replaced typewriters and email replaced snail mail. New software is constantly emerging to solve problems and inefficiencies. Investing in new technology equals

A Closer Look at Lenovo-Powered SuperComputer: Niagara

SciNet in collaboration with the University of Toronto has unveiled the most powerful supercomputer and christened it Niagara. Niagara comes to replace SciNet’s Tightly Coupled Cluster (TCS) and the aging General Purpose Cluster (GPC) which have been in use since 2009. Dr. Daniel Gruner, the tech chief at SciNet, said, “We run conventional data processing,

The Coolest Ways Companies are Using IBM Watson

Although Artificial Intelligence remains a relatively new idea, it is becoming famous in different parts of the world. For experts, the mention of artificial intelligence is synonymous to IBM Watson. The cognitive computing system developed by IBM is the most prevalent example of artificial intelligence in the modern world. The platform makes use of machine

Data Center Tech to See Continued Market Growth

A new study by Research and Markets shows continued growth is to be expected in virtualized and nonvirtualized physical servers through 2021. According to the report, “Global Virtualized and Nonvirtualized Physical Servers Market 2017-2021,” this growth is slated to be at a CAGR of 5.26 percent over the next four years. Researchers gathered data for

New Focus for Lenovo North American Channel – High-End PCs & Data Centers

Lenovo has recently ramped up focus on two areas for its North American channel – whom is largely responsible for the company’s prevalence in the enterprise market. With 90 percent of company revenue driven by partners, its channel strategy is critical to performance. Sammy Kinlaw, Lenovo’s channel chief in North America, said the new focus