HP PageWide is reinventing office printing in more ways than one
It used to be a given in the print industry that if you wanted speed, you sacrificed quality – and vice versa. But HP stepped in and decided to disrupt conventional thinking and implement forward-looking investments in print technology.
It all began with the introduction of HP Scalable Print Technology (SPT), which included research and development in printhead technologies, advanced inks, materials, design rules, and precision production methodology.
And from there, SPT evolved into HP PageWide Technology; the latest HP printing innovation that outpaces the competition in numerous ways, and on practically every level. Continue reading
6th-generation Intel® Core processors deliver advanced Windows 10 features everywhere you go
Windows 10 is the right operating system at the right time. It’s touch enabled, but not touch-dependent; it moves easily from platform to platform for a consistent user experience; the Start menu is back where it belongs; and new features like the Microsoft Edge browser and Continuum, that brings PC-like capability to smartphones, provide innovative productivity experiences only available on Windows 10.
Intel’s 6th Gen Core processors deliver up to two and a half times better performance, triple the battery life, and graphics that are 30 times better for seamless and smooth gaming and video experiences versus the average 5-year-old computer. They can also be half as thin and half the weight, have faster wake up time, and battery life that lasts virtually all day.
In virtually every industry, IT challenges are becoming increasingly dynamic and complex, with new requirements emerging on a regular basis.
One significant shift in IT is characterized by new applications designed specifically for mobility and cloud service delivery, and for leveraging the power of Big Data and enhanced security capabilities.
Capitalizing on these innovative trends requires an IT architecture that can deliver all-new levels of flexibility, security, scalability, and openness. And to help you protect your investments and control costs, these architectures must also support a hybrid mix of traditional IT, working in concert with private and public clouds.
If your company is making enterprise-level moves into Big Data, cloud or mobility, it’s time to consider an enterprise grade solution like HP ProLiant Gen9 servers with VMware® vSphere 6.0. Continue reading
HP Elite x2
In many ways, the story of personal computing in 2015 was the story of 2-in-1s. New advances in processing power finally made it possible for nearly every major manufacturer to develop thin, light devices with had the ability to handle everyday tasks quickly and pleasingly. The result: beautiful devices that users love for their flexibility and capability.
But for all the attention paid to the latest wave of 2-in-1s and tablets in 2015, the HP Elite x2 might just have all the rest beat – especially in the enterprise. Continue reading
Explore the best destination for your migration
By now, your strategy for migrating away from Windows Server/R2 2003 should be well underway.
You’ve completed a comprehensive discovery of the software and workloads running in your current environment; assessed and organized each by type, criticality, complexity and risk; and identified the optimal destinations for all of your applications and workloads in the new environment.
The only thing left is to pull the trigger and migrate. Right? Continue reading
Software Defined Networking
The Open Networking Foundation defines Software-Defined Networking as the physical separation of the network control plane from the forwarding plane, and where a control plane controls several devices.
By decoupling the network control and forwarding functions, SDN permits the network control to become directly programmable and the underlying infrastructure to be abstracted for applications and network services. The result is an architecture that is dynamic, manageable, cost-effective, and adaptable. This makes SDN an excellent approach to creating an infrastructure that is endlessly scalable and responsive enough to meet the demands of today’s of high-bandwidth applications. Continue reading