In recent years we have observed an incredible change in how people use technology in their everyday life. From our smartphones or wearable technology we can pay bills, collect payments, book taxis or plane tickets in seconds. We have welcomed these innovations and would like to transfer them to our career lives more than ever. Well now you can with the latest HP innovation - the Elite x3 - the one device that's every device. Combining PC power, productivity, tablet portability and smartphone connectivity, the x3 is a sleek and secure device that can dock with your screen and keyboard when needed.
I have been engaged with a number of technology partners and vendors in my 15 year career in IT which claim to be leading edge and customer centric, some claims are real, some are a little overstated. With Plantronics however, their claims are very well stated and very much a reality.
As consumers, we're all familiar with the concept of subscribing to access products and/or services such as Spotify and Netflix by paying a small but regular monthly fee. For that fee, we get access to content and services that are are kept up to date and current and for the majority of users with good broadband these services work a treat!
Yesterday Codec-dss Held its first EPM & BI Event in Belfast, where attendees were given an exclusive look into the latest innovations and technologies available to them to tackle their most demanding, data-driven issues. Customers also spoke about their implementation experiences with oracle solutions and the benefits they have seen in their organisations.
As technology continues to evolve, and employees are becoming more mobile the number of wireless accessing the network is quickly growing. These devices need reliable and fast connectivity to deliver the reliable user experience today’s user have come to expect. However a lot of times wireless network have not kept up with modern standards. Cost, complexity, and time to implement have been some of the greatest barriers preventing existing wireless networks from keeping up with hordes of new high speed devices that are constantly requesting wireless connectivity.
An independent research report by Lopez Research was carried out into the topic of Wi-Fi investments and how they can impact on your business. They produced an interesting on-demand webinar around this which can be viewed in full at any time here. For those of you short on time, we’ve taken the time to view the webinar and created this blog with the key takeaways from this.
FLASH! It’s the hot topic of the hour. Except… it’s not actually that new (and definitely doesn’t run hot). Flash storage media or Solid State Drives (SSDs) have been around for many years, yet why all the hype? Why is every IT specialist so excited about Flash storage, calling it the “next big thing”?
Sure, it’s fast, but is that all? And if so, is that a good enough reason to make everyone want to refresh their storage infrastructure?
In our previous blog on the HP Elite X2 1012 (HP Elite X2 1012 – User Review: Superb - 9 out of 10!), our guest contributor Anthony Layng outlined the many reasons why he loves the newest Hybrid from HP and why he believes that the tablet is one that should be in every solicitor’s and accountant’s office and in every corporate environment in Ireland.
We are delighted to bring you the first in a series of blogs around the HP Elite X2 1012 – the newest Hybrid from HP to have hit the market. Our contributor for these blogs is Anthony Layng, a practicing solicitor with Kilroys Solicitors based in Dublin City Centre.
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With so many hybrid devices coming in from all manufacturers, this year will be known as the “Year of the Hybrid”. The obvious and well known Microsoft Surface Pro 4 took the market by storm late last year, revolutionising the idea of what these Hybrids can do.
Not to be outdone, HP have released their beautiful HP Elite X2 1012.