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eWEEK CHANNEL ANALYSIS: The huge IT hardware, software and services provider is going beyond the call of duty in helping its partners as they weather the COVID-19 crisis.
eWEEK TREND ANALYSIS: IBM’s newest Z solutions—the z15 Model T02 and LinuxONE III Model LT2—highlight why mainframe systems have played central roles in successful businesses for decades, as well as why they are likely to be around for a good long time to come.
eWEEK PC PRODUCT ANALYSIS: AMD launched its impressive integrated offering last month, and both Intel and NVIDIA have since responded with their remarkable efforts.
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Lenovo’s new and updated edge-to-cloud ThinkAgile HCI and ThinkSystem storage solutions, which optimally leverage Microsoft Azure’s cloud services, are good examples of how vendors are helping their customers gain the full advantage of enterprise edge computing.
eWEEK STORAGE ANALYSIS: With more and more businesses undergoing digital transformations, the amount of data they generate continues to grow each day, which is creating new challenges for organizations of all sizes. This data not only needs to be managed, but also protected and securely stored.
eWEEK PC PRODUCT REVIEW: What sets the ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14 apart is a dot matrix display that is on the cover of this impressive laptop.
eWEEK NEWS ANALYSIS: You can’t just send your workers to work at home without the involvement of the IT staff, and that involvement needs to start well before the order comes out.
eWEEK NEWS ANALYSIS: While Lenovo's 4G Yoga notebooks get good battery life and have an impressively low carry weight, they still can’t fulfill the promise of having a portable workstation or gaming machine until their 5G younger sibling launches--which is very soon.
eWEEK NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The first critical option with this new laptop is the six-cell battery, which gives it true full-day battery life. Coupled with the also optional 90-watt power supply, it gives you impressive fast charging and allows you to leave your power supply at home.
The vast majority of OEM and other solutions created by the tech industry are dependent on strategic relationships that make the most out of each partner’s particular skills and expertise. Here's an example of how Dell Technologies is working with an IoT provider in the UK.