The Always-Connected PC is an interesting new category of device that could go the way of the NetBook and Windows RT or –conversely– be the next smart phone. In a nutshell, they’re notebooks but with three key features adopted from their smart phone cousin. They have built in 4G LTE connectivity, they have incredible 20+ hours of battery life, and they are always on.
Can you spot the difference between the two Solid State Drives (SSDs) ? Your server can’t. These two Intel DC S4600 SSDs have identical specifications; the only differences are cosmetic.Sourced as part of a total solution and pre-installed, the cost for a drive could be substantially higher than the non-branded version sourced through distribution.
The challenges in healthcare are plenty. Organizations are tasked with improving patient care & patient satisfaction, improving the health of populations and lower the per capita cost of healthcare. New mobile-based collaborations between caregiver and patient will improve the way organizations serve consumers.
With the excess of mobile devices and bandwidth-heavy applications in the consumer and enterprise space, the traffic being driven across wireless networks has increased dramatically. Employees and customers alike, from large corporate organizations down to the local coffee shop, have come to expect fast, reliable wireless access.
There are many practical applications for virtual reality (VR) in healthcare, from treating post-traumatic stress disorder and phobias to pain management to training and robotic surgeries. And for your customers, the possibilities are endless. We’ve complied a list of three ways that VR is impacting healthcare and how you can position the solution to your healthcare customers.
You’ve likely heard of the advent of USB-C as a connection standard for several new devices and peripherals. This standard has been rapidly adopted by many of the largest technology giants, such as Apple, Google, HP Inc., Intel, Microsoft, Samsung, and
The above statement may sound like a strange question, but it’s a legitimate one. The Internet of Things (IoT) represents a tremendous opportunity for both commercial and home use. Smart devices including thermostats, microwaves and refrigerators, can now be integrated into your home network through an internet protocol (IP) address, just as if they were a computer, smartphone or tablet.