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Doing more with less. Changing the way users work. Managing growing amounts of risk. Transforming the customer experience. Preparing for the future. These are the mandates on IT and the building blocks of the future enterprise. These challenges are united in their difficulty and complexity - and a united set of solutions is required to overcome them.
Alienware is a veteran in high-end gaming equipment, with its machines often residing on the yearly want list for gamers and best-of-the-year lists from critics. The latest model is a perfect example of what makes these rigs so perennially appealing.
IT professionals are singing the praises of automation. It’s a transformative technology practice that allows IT to improve agility and the availability of services while liberating IT staff from time-consuming routine tasks. These are essential factors as organizations transition to digital business.
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Gamers are more demanding on their machines than the average user. They have high standards for their hardware that can only be met by top-notch components that deliver optimal performance. The tough part is meeting those demands with a high-end laptop that doesn’t break the bank.
During an era of rapid transformation, hybrid IT holds high appeal for many organizations. It enables them to compose a versatile yet unified IT infrastructure that empowers the global, mobile workforce while retaining control of critical data and applications. But it is not without its challenges.
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Disruption is the expectation and innovation is the order of the day. New tools to empower accelerated productivity and increased collaboration appear every day. But it all comes with great risk as cybercrime spreads to a point of near ubiquity and data breaches cause catastrophic fallout.
The premise that a pared-down and passionate team can take a great idea farther than a massive corporation stuffed with red tape holds some water – and opens up some bigger questions about the future of commerce.
Has the startup model, and its influx of Disruptive Technology (DT), permanently shaken up the relationship between big and small business? We consulted with three influential SMB consultants to get their take on the startup phenomenon.