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April Tech Update
The end of Windows 7: What it means for your business
Preparing for Windows 7 end of support
Microsoft is ending extended support for Windows 7 on 14 January 2020. That means you’ll need to upgrade your operating systems to Windows 10. Here’s what you need to know…
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March Tech Update
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March Tech Update
Microsoft Windows 7 is over, have you migrated to Windows 10?
Windows 7 is ending, is it time to upgrade?
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With a 1-liter chassis, the ThinkCentre M715 Tiny desktop has a super-small footprint. Deployable practically anywhere, it can be positioned vertically or horizontally.
Healthcare security: Cloud or on-premises?
Healthcare must decide what mix of cloud-based and on-premises applications to use, to …
February Tech Update
Learn about the Business IT trends set to shape 2019
2019's IT trends have been revealed
Discover how successful businesses are planning to allocate their IT funding by industry, company size and more.
Ultralight. Ultrasecure. Ultra-no-brainer.
With its stunning, new look, the ultralight ThinkPad X1 Carbon merges elegant design with a built-in set of technologies that prevent unauthorized access. It merges a powerful combination of biometric and secondary identification with beauty and durability to create the ultimate in secure, mobile productivity.
Nanotech medicine: healthcare's next step
Nanotechnology medical implants are not a futuristic fantasy – but a reality, capable of monitoring patient …
January Tech Update
Server, Cloud or Hybrid: What is your future?
Server, Hybrid or Cloud? Here's your guide
Here's the question we've all asked ourselves: should my company be using server or cloud? We've created a brief guide to help you see your options.
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The thin and light ThinkPad E580 was built for the road warrior. Up to 13 hours of battery life will leave you stress free, so you can stay one step ahead, no matter where the job takes you.
NHS announces Windows 10 deal
After the WannaCry ransomware attack cost the healthcare system £92 million, the NHS is turning …
December Tech Update
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From multi-monitor support, to a rich VR/MR experience, to hardcore gaming, the ThinkPad X1 Extreme handles demanding computing tasks without a hitch.
The right laptops for mobile nurses
Visiting nurses have unique requirements for their mobile workstations. Here are a few factors to consider if you want those …
Ransomware, human vulnerability and the IoT are rising threats
November Tech Update
Securing today for a safer tomorrow
Protect your business from security threats
From cybercriminals penetrating Equifax and stealing the personal data of 145 million people to WannaCry ransomware locking down machines in more than 150 countries, the threat environment is rapidly evolving.
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You work hard to get the job done, no matter where the job takes you. The 13.3-inch ThinkPad L380 has the versatility, power, and mobility to keep up – and to make your job easier.
Health apps that are actually helping
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October Tech Update
Six ways technology can improve your employees’ productivity
6 ways to boost employee productivity
What could you do with an extra hour each day? The latest technology can make dozens of business tasks easier and faster. Our infographic offers the top productivity tips and hacks of 2018.
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Lenovo’s thinnest and lightest mobile workstation, the P1 delivers on power with the latest 8th Gen Intel® Xeon® and Core™ processors and NVIDIA® Quadro® graphics
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The case of Calistoga Unified Regional School District is an excellent example.
Calistoga is in California’s Napa Valley. The district has more than 850 students, divided among an elementary school, junior/senior high school and an alternative-program continuation high school for students between the ages of 16 and 18. Administration offices are in a separate building near the junior/senior high school.
The district felt that its existing content-filtering services were not providing all the functionality it needed. …
There’s a general feeling that WiFi is less secure than having a wired connection to the network. It could just be our perception that a signal travelling through air is easier to intercept than one moving across a physical Ethernet cable. When a new WiFi vulnerability is uncovered such as the one in WPA2 which Belgian researchers recently made public, it gets a lot of attention. And why not? After all, we use WiFi-enabled devices every day and most organizations provide WiFi to their employees, customers and guests. Therefore it’s reasonable to be nervous that your wireless access point may …