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HPs looking at the larger side of small business and offering cloud-based data center management services and support programs.
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Apple finally reveals its much-hyped iPad a device that falls into the gap between a smartphone and a notebook.
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The new slim-line Vostro V13 features sleek good looks in a lightweight frame, which is easy on both the eyes and the muscles of mobile small business owners. And the price is easy on the wallet, too.
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Intel's near-final spec will let USB vendors make products that can run 10 times faster than USB 2.0.
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Hybrid drives promise a performance upgrade far more cheaply than all-Flash solid-state drives.
New storage server isn't much cheaper than the competition, but it won't scale up in cost as it scales up in capacity.
Trend Micro reports that mobile workers seem less wary of Internet security threats than their desktop-bound counterparts.
Low-end, environmentally conscious TX120 server consumes just 163 watts of power and can easily hide under a desk.
The new deal targets the SMB market, not the enterprise as experts expected.
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On-controller chip will handle encryption and decryption in real time with no performance impact.
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The 20th version of the popular on-demand software offers SAP integration and partner access among the changes.
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