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HP Joins Microsoft, Intel in Mobile Play for Partners

HP unveiled a new Mobilize Your Business Program that combines hardware and software solutions along with partner enablement tools tailored to solution providers looking to help customers integrate mobile technologies.

Facebook Open-Source SDN Switch Could Reignite Whitebox Market

Facebook lift the veil off its first open-source switch, Wedge, build for software defined networks (SDN). The appliance is not only less expensive, but customizable. It could reignite the whitebox market and, in the process, disrupt networking vendors, such as Cisco.

LANdesk Tightens ‘User-Oriented IT’ Approach With Secure Gateway Buy

Best known for its computer lifecycle management, automation and security solutions, Intel spinoff LANdesk is steadily making progress in the mobile management space.

Will Surface Pro 3 End WinTel Hegemony?

For three decades, Microsoft and Intel have dominated the computing landscape with carefully and well-control management of product design tied to Windows. Surface Pro 3, billed as a PC replacement, may finally end the dominance of the WinTel paradigm.

PC Sales May Climb, Thanks to Businesses

The “Post-PC Era” headlines have screamed how the world is moving away from desktops and notebooks as smartphones and tablets take over. The reality: PC sales are actually positive over the last five years and could climb thanks to commercial spending.

Intel Makes $100 M Commitment to Smart Tech, Wearables

Intel has put its money where its mouth is on smart technology, pledging a $100 million investment aimed at the development of wearables.

CDW Scores With Charles Barkley Videos

Direct market reseller CDW drafts NBA legend Charles Barkley and an all-star cast of IT vendors to produce the humorous “The 7th Man” video series to demonstrate the power of IT investments in optimizing business operations.

Who Cares What the Cloud Is Made Of?

The new Powered by Intel Cloud Technology aims to promote the inner workings of the data centers that drive cloud computing. But is putting a vendor’s brand ahead of your own a good idea for service providers?