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The distributor’s “Easy DaaS IT” program is the latest evidence of growing interest among SMB hardware buyers for subscription-priced procurement options that allow them to pay for hardware the same way they increasingly pay for software and services.
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Lisa Hendrickson, of Call That Girl, and Matthew Rodela, of Tech Site Builder, talk with Ken Dwight about how he markets his training courses and more.
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A fast chip from Intel, a big bet from Microsoft on the Internet of Things, a fresh batch of PCs from Dell, and Happy Streaming Socks from Roku are just a few of the stories we’ve finally gotten around to this week.
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(Digital) signs of the times at DSE, new hardware from NVIDIA and Apple, plus Microsoft’s new rules against cursing at your computer and in favor of the Oxford comma were among the stories we took our sweet time getting around to this week.
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Salesforce.org and United Way Worldwide have partnered to launch Philanthropy Cloud, a platform to engage corporations and individual employees more deeply in causes they care about, driving social good.
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In this broadcast of the Call That Girl show, Fabs tells the story of how he built his product, took his product to market, and more!
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Security news from Google, AI news from IBM, Workspace ONE news from VMware, and the odd, yet oddly predictable, thread connecting Lent, porn, and malware were all among the stories we’re belatedly getting around to now.
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A referral program the distributor introduced last year and will expand in 2018 pays commissions to resellers when buyers of smartphones, tablets, and IoT devices activate mobile service with carriers like Verizon and T-Mobile.
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Cisco Global Cloud Index predicts cloud data center traffic will reach 19.5 zettabytes per year by 2021.
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SMB software from Salesforce, communications and collaboration solutions from the Enterprise Connect conference, and a day of internet-free contemplation in Bali were among the many stories we didn’t get around to this week.
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Fueled by the latest high-end GPUs, personal supercomputers are a natural fit for deep learning, big data, and high-performance computing, and innovative system builders will tap into this new arena.
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More healthcare IT news than we could handle, a more manageable load of government IT news from Microsoft, and an unexplained burst of laughter from Amazon’s surprisingly creepy Alexa were all among the stories we missed this week.
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In this interview, we learn that Troy Anderson started his business just like any other computer technician, but he eventually found his niche realized how to grow his invoicing, ticketing and POS program, which is used by many computer repair companies around the world.
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A flurry of products from NXP, stacks of cloud and security product launches, and phones aplenty from Mobile World Congress—including one for the discriminating paranoia sufferer—were among the many stories we’re finally getting around to.

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