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Lenovo, Microsoft Stepping into Growing Desktop-as-a-Service Space
By Jeff Burt | Networking Article Published April 23, 2021
Virtual desktops, DaaS and PCaaS are yet another technology gaining from the shift to remote work brought about by the pandemic.

Pandemic Fuels Surge in DDoS Attacks
By Jeff Burt | Security Article Published April 19, 2021
Aided by remote work and IoT devices, distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks hit records in 2020.

Dell's Planned Spinoff of VMware Will Benefit Both Companies
By Jeff Burt | Networking Article Published April 15, 2021
Dell will pay down debt while maintaining a close working relationship with the virtualization pioneer.

Microsoft, Lenovo Show Liquid Cooling Still on the Radar
By Jeff Burt | Networking Article Published April 13, 2021
As server workloads increase, so does the interest in liquid cooling.

LG Throws in the Towel on Its Smartphone Business
By Jeff Burt | Mobility Article Published April 6, 2021
Despite a 9% share of the smartphone market, LG sees its future elsewhere.

Cisco Steps Into the Everything-as-a-Service Space
By Jeff Burt | Networking Article Published April 1, 2021
At the virtual Cisco Live show this week, Cisco officials unveiled Cisco Plus, the first step in realizing Robbins’ as-a-service ambitions. 

Ransomware Demands, Payments Rising Quickly, Palo Alto Says
By Jeff Burt | Security Article Published March 29, 2021
Cybercriminals are upping the pressure on companies to pay ransom by threatening to expose sensitive data.

Intel's Bold New Chip Manufacturing Plan
By Jeff Burt | Networking Article Published March 24, 2021
After several years of missteps, Intel plans to right itself with a bold manufacturing plan that includes two new plants in Arizona.

Google Turns to Intel Exec to Supercharge Server Chip Development
By Jeff Burt | Networking Article Published March 24, 2021
Custom systems-on-a-chip (SoC) are all the rage among the biggest cloud providers, but Google's move is 'seismic,' says one analyst.

AMD-Intel Server Chip Competition Heats Up with New Epyc Processors
By Jeff Burt | Networking Article Published March 16, 2021
AMD's third-gen Epyc chips and Intel's 'Ice Lake' Xeon processors are arriving just in time for the post-pandemic rebound.

Growth of Enterprise Cloud Adoption Not Slowing Down
By Jeff Burt | IT Management Article Published March 13, 2021
Even with around 90% of companies using the cloud, growth remains strong.

IBM, Lenovo Push Cloud Services, Devices to the Edge
By Jeff Burt | Networking Article Published March 4, 2021
With most enterprise data expected to be processed at the edge within a few years, IBM and Lenovo are taking steps to meet growing edge computing needs.

Biden Moves to Bolster Chip Industry, But It will Take Time, Money
By Jeff Burt | IT Management Article Published February 26, 2021
U.S. chip manufacturing and supply chains are in crisis. The Biden Administration plans to help.

SD-WAN Spending, Market to Rebound Post-Pandemic
By Jeff Burt | Networking Article Published February 23, 2021
SD-WAN was sidelined by the COVID-19 pandemic, but will make a comeback this year even as enterprise connectivity has been changed.

Nvidia's $40 Billion Bid for ARM Sees Resistance in Changing Chip Market
By Jeff Burt | IT Management Article Published February 18, 2021
Nvidia's bid for ARM faces opposition from understandably worried competitors. One is Intel, where Pat Gelsinger started as CEO this week.

As Tech Industry's Influence and Power Grow, So Does Political Scrutiny
By Jeff Burt | IT Management Article Published February 12, 2021
The tech industry has been at the center of events in D.C. lately, and pressure on the industry has come from all sides of the political spectrum.

Databricks' $1 Billion Funding Round Puts Focus on Data Management, AI
By Jeff Burt | Software Article Published February 9, 2021
A sky-high valuation for Databricks is proof of the value of AI solutions that can make sense of massive amounts of data.