Assuming consumers and enterprises want maximum speed and efficiency out of their computers, what’s more important—CPU clock speed or more cores? While we’re on the topic, why aren’t processing speeds increasing? 

Q&A: Clock speed vs. core count

Get pro answers on clock speed and core count.
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According to Safe and Sound Schools, 80% of schools still use pen and paper to track visitors. That leaves a lot of room for human error and clerical oversight. Even in a slow-moving government sector, that’s noteworthy in a digital world. However, the same report also sheds light on progress—school districts are now spending nearly $5 billion per year to make their schools safer. And 90% of K–12 schools have installed video surveillance equipment.

3 ways IoT can make schools safer

IoT enters the school safety conversation.
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Are you looking to upgrade SSD technology for you or your customers? This checklist is for you—straight from our own experts.

The SSD upgrade checklist that pros use

Optimize performance with these SSD upgrades.
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How to help schools make VR field trips possible

Explore the possibilities of VR field trips.
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When you ask IT professionals what they fear the most from an operational perspective, most say the same thing: downtime. Consistent uptime can make or break businesses of all sizes. Although we all love the latest and greatest hardware, software and components, legacy infrastructure doesn’t have to threaten uptime and keep you up at night. Not if you have a formal maintenance strategy.

Q&A: Pro tips on avoiding legacy infrastructure failure

Avoid infrastructure failure with these tips.
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Just how much corporate faith is being put into SSD technology? Gartner predicts that up to 25% of data centers may use all-flash arrays for primary storage by 2020, with ROI of under six months in some cases.

4 SSD predictions for 2018 and beyond

Get our latest SSD technology forecast for 2018
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Much like “cloud” before it, “IoT” (Internet of Things) has become a nebulous buzzword. As a result, marketers for retail and tech companies, in an endless pursuit to speak the language of consumers, will use such phrases on devices that may not always warrant such monikers.

4 IoT assumptions that consumers get wrong

If it’s connected, is it “smart”?
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 Americans spend $30.2 billion out of pocket annually on unconventional health approaches, according to NCHS. The willingness to invest in complementary health options is good news for both the retail market (wearables, etc.) and healthcare organizations willing to innovate with new procedures and technologies. Many of these innovations will rely on the Internet of Things (IoT) for data tracking, alerts, predictive analytics, artificial intelligence and more.

Are we willing to spend more on IoT-enabled healthcare?

Subdermal implants, the next level of wearables, air quality sensors …
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Infographic: Bringing a smart city to life

Self-driving shuttles, smart parking meters, air quality index alerts …
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 According to Kofax, 88% of process mistakes are due to humans. Unfortunately, we can’t scale like machines.

3 game-changing IoT innovations for financial services

Rapid prototyping, predictive analytics, RPA …
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Is your data center stuck on 1 or 10 Gbps when it really requires 40 or 56? Are you missing out on the benefits of a hybrid cloud strategy? Do you think beyond spinning disks?

5 ways to update your old-school data center

Hybrid cloud strategies, SSDs, software-defined infrastructure …
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