Dell announces first server with Intel’s Ivy Bridge Xeon chips

Dell's PowerEdge C5220 microserver is the first server to be announced with Intel's Xeon E3-1200 V2 chips

HP, F5 partner to speed delivery of cloud apps

HP and F5 will partner to speed cloud application deployment from months to minutes through single pane-of-glass policy-based automation and management of application provisioning

Lenovo pushes channel towards small business

Accelerate 2012 is Lenovo's second annual North America channelrnpartner conference

A lesson from the decline of the Amiga

A former Amiga insider tells why the brand failed despite having the superior product on the market

Bring your own device doesn’t include computers: HP

A study commissioned by Hewlett-Packard (Canada) Co. reveals that while smartphones and tablets are one thing, neither employers or employees are interested in

Sony launches first Vaio ultrabooks

The products will start shipping in May but there is no word on pricing

HP ousts Apple from top PC vender slot

Canalyst counts tablets as personal computers, so in the last quarter of 2011 sales of the iPad had bumped Apple into the top slot

Large enterprises handing off data center builds

You still need data center capacity, whether or not the economy booms

Big data wishes are coming true at Disney World

The Walt Disney Company and the Orlando Magic have a few words of wisdom about building a data analytics team in your company

Big data analytics may detect infection before clinicians

How one Toronto hospital is trying real-time analytics to help save kids' lives

Clustered Dell workstations kept Martin Scorsese happy on Hugo

With clustered Dell workstations and a rendering cloud, animators in the U.S., Europe and Asia could all work on a shot for Hugo while Scorsese slept peacefully

Intel unveils new ivy Bridge Core processors

New Ivy Bridge chips are high-end processors, with third-generation Core processors for ultrabooks coming later this year

To Jabber, Chatter or Lync?

Cisco offers free Jabber license in its quest to own desktop collaboration

How Cisco trimmed the fat, John Chambers style

At Partner Summit, the networking giant has been open and candid about its struggles of a year ago

Partners applaud Cisco’s free Jabber announcement

Company wants to expand its workspace collaboration offering with Jabber

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