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HPE and Nutanix Sign Global Agreement to Deliver Hybrid Cloud as a Service


Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Nutanix (NTNX) today announced a global partnership to deliver an integrated hybrid cloud as a Service (aaS) solution to the market. This offering will leverage Nutanix’s Enterprise Cloud OS software including its built-in, free AHV hypervisor, delivered through HPE GreenLake to provide customers with a fully HPE-managed hybrid cloud that dramatically lowers total cost of …

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Will Cloud-Based Services Make Operating Systems Irrelevant?


The death of operating systems and unique platforms has been incorrectly predicted by people for years now, but this time there are great chances of it actually happening. As we enter 2019, it’s becoming increasingly clear that cloud-based services are rendering the value of proprietary platforms much less relevant for our day-to-day use. The real work of what we do …

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How Game Streaming Services May Fare in 2019


2019 is predicted to be one of the most important and exciting years for the tech industry. Two very exciting technological developments in the mobile world: foldable displays and smartphones equipped with 5G modems will make their official debut, and there will also be critical enhancements in on-device AI, personal robotics, and other exciting areas.  This year new entrants to …

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Microsoft shows the way to unlock full potential of AI for India

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Envisioning the potential of AI for India, and continuing in its mission to empower India, Microsoft detailed the country’s readiness for AI in a whitepaper titled ‘Age of Intelligence’.  Focusing on making India a digital economy, with modern mobile infrastructure, skilling up the workforce, and reduced data costs and cross-industry collaboration will make for an environment conducive to extend information …

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IoT Trends and Predictions for 2019 – Part 1


Once a niche technology for startups, the Internet of Things (IoT) is now a technology on which billion-dollar enterprises are building their futures. It has already changed the way we live and there’s a great deal on the horizon. Here are the top IoT predictions for 2019. Edge Computing Devices will enable local data processing and AI capabilities as they …

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Microsoft & Ramco Systems announce the launch of Ramco Global Payroll Software on Microsoft Dynamics 365 leveraging AI capabilities


Joint offering to help Global organizations manage Talent & Payroll operations on a unified platform hosted on Azure Microsoft and Ramco Systems today strengthened their partnership with the launch of Ramco Global Payroll on Microsoft Dynamics 365 thus bringing a powerful combination of Talent and Payroll on a unified platform infused with Microsoft AI capabilities around Chatbots and Facial recognition. With this …

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Channels Condemn Ruthless Piracy Actions of Adobe


Amit Singh IT channel partners are not amused by the coercive anti-piracy actions taken by Adobe against the customers. Many of the Adobe partners allege that the company and its representatives are not following the legal process in most of the compliance actions. Partners allege that the representatives from Adobe threaten customers and in many cases harass customers using genuine …

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Microsoft’s IoT Offering with Windows


The tech giant Microsoft has released a new Windows-based Internet of Things (IoT) service along with conference room displays ideal for boardrooms. Called Windows 10 IoT Core Services, the new service will enable partners to commercialize secure connected services. The paid service of it will accompany the existing free Windows 10 IoT Core Operating System (OS). It will help make …

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Partners Raise Concerns over Microsoft’s Anti-Piracy Actions


Amit Singh Channel partners are raising concerns against Microsoft’s harassment of their customers in the name of checking piracy. While Microsoft cracks down on unlicensed software usage under its global Software Asset Management (SAM) program through its third-party agents (KPMG, PWC, Deloitte and E&Y in India), many partners allege that the agents don’t follow the legal process in most of …

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The return of ARM powered laptops


Qualcomm and Microsoft launched the first Windows 10 devices with ARM-based processors early this year. HP, Asus, and Lenovo are also expected to launch laptops and convertibles with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 processor in them, with prices expected to range from $600 to $800. Providing better power efficiencies, reliable performance, and always-on connectivity compared to the x86 Intel-based computers that have …

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