Dell’s new Latitude laptops could be perfect for the business power user

After launching the Latitude 7320 just a few weeks ago, Dell is back with two new additions to its Latitude line of business laptops.The new Latitude 5421 and Latitude 5521 feature 11th Gen Intel Core processors, Wi-Fi 6E connectivity and can be outfitted with up to 64GB of DDR4 RAM as well as Nvidia GeForce MX450 graphics. When it comes to ports, both laptops have two Thunderbolt 4 ports, two USB-A 3.2 ports, HDMI 2.0, Ethernet, a microSD card reader, a headphone jack and a SIM tray. The Latitude 5421… Read More

Lenovo ThinkSystem ST50 Product Guide

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INTRODUCTION   The Lenovo ThinkSystem ST50 1-socket tower server is an entry level server ideal for small businesses, home offices, retail, educational institutions and branch offices. The server supports one Intel Xeon E-2100 Series processor and up to 64 GB of 2666 MHz TruDDR4 ECC memory. FEATURES   The ThinkSystem ST50 server is an office-friendly tower server that has been optimized to provide enterprise-class features to small businesses, retail, educational institutions and branch offices. Scalability and performance • The Intel Xeon E-2100 Series processors improves productivity by offering affordable single-socket… Read More

Best HP Workstations for Graphic Designers


HP ZBook Studio G7 Mobile Workstation Windows 10 Pro 64 – HP recommends Windows 10 Pro for business 10th Generation Intel® Core™ i5 processor 8 GB memory; 256 GB SSD storage 15.6″ diagonal FHD display Intel® UHD graphics FEATURES Product specifications Operating system Windows 10 Pro 64 – HP recommends Windows 10 Pro for businessWindows 10 Pro 64 – HP recommends Windows 10 Pro for businessWindows 10 Pro for Workstations 64 – HP recommends Windows 10 Pro for businessFreeDOSUbuntu Linux 20.04 Base features ZBook Studio G7 with Intel® Core™ i5-10400H vPro…

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HP ZBook Firefly 15 G8 Mobile Workstation Overview


 HP ZBook Firefly 15 G8 Workstation , Our lightest 15.6” ZBook provides true mobility for people who push the typical business PC past its breaking point. In the office or in the field, with pro-level performance and a full-size numeric keypad, you have everything to review work andmanage projects from anywhere. QuickSpecs Work anywhere without compromising on performance or security with Windows 10 Pro1, powered by HP’s collaboration andconnectivity technology.• Open large files and run apps simultaneously for speedy multitasking and productivity with the next generation NVIDIA® T500graphics with 4GB…

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The Ultimate Dell Poweredge R740 vs HPE ProLiant DL380 Gen10 vs Lenovo ThinkSystem SR650 Servers Comparison Guide

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Rack Servers Rack Servers get their name from the type of cabinet, used to store them, called a rack. The rack contains bays used to house the servers. One or more rack servers can be placed vertically within the frame and even secured with screws when necessary. The bays also have room for other equipment required to run the servers. The racks used must adhere to IEEE standards. Dell PowerEdge R740 Servers Maximize your application performance with the Dell PowerEdge R740 Server which brings you the perfect balance of accelerator cards, storage…

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Searching for Best Entry-level Tower Servers? Check out the best servers for your Business

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Do you know that a reliable enterprise-class server can easily meet your budget? HPE Proliant ML30 Gen10 server The HPE ProLiant ML30 Gen10 server is a powerful yet affordable tower server designed for small offices, remote and branch offices to run on-premise and Hybrid Cloud solutions, delivering enterprise-class performance, security, reliability, and expandability at a lower cost. Just a small change can give you an extra edge. Hewlett Packard Enterprise builds security right into the server with HPE iLO silicon root of trust, making the HPE ProLiant ML30 Gen10 server one of the world’s…

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Dell PowerEdge R740 Technical Guide

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The Dell PowerEdge R740 and R740xd are two socket, 2U rack servers designed to run complex workloads using highly scalable memory, I/O capacity and network options. The dellPowerEdge R740 and R740xd features the 2nd Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor family, up to 24 DIMMs, PCI Express® (PCIe) 3.0 enabled expansion slots, and a choice of network interface technologies to cover NIC and rNDC. The dell PowerEdge R740 is a general-purpose platform capable of handling demanding workloads and applications, such as data warehouses,e-commerce, databases, and high-performance computing (HPC). The PowerEdge R740xd… Read More

How to Pick the Right UPS for Your Home or Business

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UPS The increase in the frequency of severe weather means that power disruptions pose a growing threat to equipment and data within businesses and home offices. Many livelihoods depend on a constant supply of electrical power. Even a temporary stoppage of power can lead to inconvenience, decreased productivity, loss of data, and business interruption. Preparation for power outages does not need to be expensive or complicated because a wide range of affordable Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) solutions provide equipment with safe, reliable power, protecting investments and data. A UPS system can act…

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HPE builds supercomputer for KTH


New supercomputer for KTH Royal Institute of Technology Sweden’s KTH Royal Institute of Technology has selected Hewlett Packard Enterprise to build a new supercomputer to bolster R&D for industrial innovation. With a theoretical peak performance of 13.5 petaflops,* the new super computer system will be significantly faster than KTH’s existing system, enabling breakthroughs for a range of industrial areas, including drug design, renewable energy, and advanced automotive and fleet vehicles. The solution Powered by the HPE Cray EX supercomputer, the system will integrate high performance computing (HPC) technologies, including:  Purpose-built HPC…

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Battery Health Monitoring: A First Step Toward Predictive Capability in UPS Management


The humble battery is responsible for running so many devices, but it usually only draws attention when it drains. In the IT infrastructure, where batteries are necessary for backup power supplies, the attitude toward them isn’t much different. IT professionals in charge of uninterruptible battery supplies (UPSs) typically get the responsibility of UPS management by default and are too busy with a lot of other tasks. But ignoring batteries in power supplies and backup systems can have real consequences. When a power outage occurs, if the backup power system doesn’t kick in because of drained batteries,…

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