MSI starts shipping Sandy Bridge-powered laptops

April 1, 2011
MSI resumes shipping Intel Sandy Bridge-powered laptops
ZD Net
Rachel King writes about two notebooks from MSI which feature Intel’s Sandy Bridge technology.

“The two notebooks of interest here are the 15.6-inch GT680R and GE620 gaming laptop. Both machines will be getting refreshed, second-generation Intel Core i7-2630QM processors. These MSI models, along with the FX420, FX720/FR720 and CR640/CX640, will be eligible for a one-year extended warranty. Registration must be completed within 30 days of the purchase to qualify.”

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Apple’s iPad and tablet parade will boost IT spending, says Gartner
ZD Net
Larry Dignan shares Gartner’s predictions about global IT spending.

“Sales of media tablets such as Apple’s iPad, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab and an army of other competitors from RIM, Motorola and Hewlett-Packard will give global information technology spending a boost, according to the latest forecast from Gartner. The research firm said it has added tablet spending to its hardware spending estimates. The result: Global IT spending will be $3.6 trillion in 2011, up 5.6 per cent from 2010. Gartner had projected growth of 5.1 per cent for 2011.”

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Why the Cloud Is Actually the Safest Place for Your Data
Mashable
Citrix Systems chief technology officer, Simon Crosby, writes about the importance of desktop virtualization.

“A locked down data centre is all well and good, but how are workers supposed to be productive if they can’t move data around? With virtualization, data is available from multiple points. Accordingly, there’s never a reason to save anything to removable media (like the kinds that seem so often to fall into the wrong hands). A good desktop virtualization solution lets you set policies as to what kinds of client-side devices can be used, from thumb drives to printers.”

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