5 tidbits on IoT and autonomous transportation

Connected vehicles are here. They’re just waiting for other connected “things.” Read more here.
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shutterstock_163229387.jpgGartner forecasts that, by 2018, hyperconverged integrated systems will deliver bimodal infrastructures in 25% of large enterprises. That’s noteworthy, considering that number sat at less than 1% in 2016. Now that hyperconvergence has our attention, let’s explore the technology that’s tempting global IT leaders with software-defi­ned storage and scale-out infrastructure.

5 things you should know about hyperconvergence

5 things you should know about hyperconvergence and what types of organizations should be considering it?
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shutterstock_359997458.jpgIn the summer of 2016, Southwest Airlines’ website went down for three hours due to a technical glitch. This glitch caused the cancellation of nearly 2,000 flights and delayed hundreds more over three days. This put a massive strain on the airline’s reservation lines and caused problems for customers, resulting in not just the loss of hard-earned customer confidence; it also cost Southwest big money: $5 to $10 million alone in lost bookings. Another carrier—Delta Air Lines—lost a whopping $100 million after a similar outage.

Southwest’s $10 million lesson: The cost of legacy infrastructure

Learn how to ensure your data center can handle the demands of advancing technology before it’s too late.
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shutterstock_549968374.jpgVirtual reality isn’t just for gamers anymore. Goldman Sachs Group predicts that the virtual and augmented reality markets will be worth $80 billion by 2025 and will eventually hit as much as $182 billion. With this enormous potential, banks and financial institutions are taking a great interest in the ways they can benefit from this new technology.

Are you ready for the future of finance?

Are you ready to be a part of the future of finance? Read this blog and discover how virtual reality is changing banking and the finance industry as a whole.
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shutterstock_531029980.jpgIn 2016, virtual reality (VR) moved from the periphery of technology into the mainstream. VR startups have created a billion- dollar market, raising over $1.46 billion, with the market expected to increase to $15.9 billion by 2019. As the market grows, it’s expanding beyond gaming and into vertical markets, like education.

VR gets classy: Virtual reality and education

Startups are making VR mainstream in education, but it takes powerful components to reach its true potential. Learn more here.
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shutterstock_513478264.jpg2017 is poised to become the year when virtual reality becomes, well, real. The number of VR users is over 43 million and the virtual reality market is expected to be worth $30 billion by 2020. Now that fast-processing compute power and the ability to load imagery through SSD have finally caught up with the vision of VR pioneers, virtual reality is moving beyond hardcore gamers and into our everyday lives.

How to build a powerful PC for virtual reality in healthcare

Read this blog and discover the powerful components necessary to power a PC for virtual reality in healthcare.
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shutterstock_499946137.jpgIn 1935, a short story was published about a goggle-based system that created realistic, holographic experiences. Sound familiar? Even in the ’30s, people were already dreaming of virtual reality. But, today, VR is no longer science fiction; it’s a major disruptor in many different fields, including healthcare, where the global market could reach $3.8 billion by 2020.

3 ways virtual reality is disrupting healthcare

Find out three ways that VR is changing healthcare--from radiology to the OR to the front office.
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corporate data backup.jpgAccording to the recent comprehensive Disaster Recovery as a Service Attitudes & Adoption Report, 80 percent of the ActualTech Media enterprise survey respondents continue to use yesterday’s technology for disaster recovery or do not leverage the cloud. This poses both an opportunity as well as a challenge for value-added resellers (VARs) and managed services providers (MSPs) that provide cloud services in terms of delivering the right corporate data backup solutions for their clients. The opportunity of delivering solutions and services cannot be met unless they fully understand what to look for in data backup vendors.

3 Things to Look for in Corporate Data Backup Vendors

Here are three broad areas of things to look for in corporate data backup vendors.
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value added reseller business model.jpgToday's value-added resellers (VARs) are operating in a cloud-driven business landscape where they must create value added reseller business models that clearly emphasize what they can do for a customer rather than what they can sell them. The cloud and other major interrelated factors are shifting the ground underneath vendors as well.

The Vendors That Every Value-Added-Reseller Business Model Needs to Include

Here are the vendors that every value-added-reseller business model needs to include.
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