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Watch: How is SSD technology shaping the future of the data centre?

17 hours ago  by Team ITPP
Watch: How is SSD technology shaping the future of the data centre?
In this video, ITProPortal speaks to Ray Nicholasman, marketing manager of enterprise storage products at Micron, about how SSD technology is shaking up data centres as we now them.

‘The IT Crowd’ shunned by new generation of workers

30 Oct 2014  by Jamie Hinks
‘The IT Crowd’ shunned by new generation of workers
Employees in “Generation Y” are showing a tendency to choose their personal devices for work tasks as opposed to those recommended by IT departments.

New research sheds light on how staff want to communicate

30 Oct 2014  by Sam Pudwell
New research sheds light on how staff want to communicate
According to the study, 79 per cent of UK employees in mid-market businesses believe social media integration with back-office solutions is essential to improving productivity.

How Nuance Dragon Naturally Speaking 13 can improve accessibility in the office

30 Oct 2014  by Simon Williams
How Nuance Dragon Naturally Speaking 13 can improve accessibility in the office
Nuance Dragon Naturally Speaking 13 is a great tool for improving productivity in the office, but it can also help people with accessibility and disability problems handle many computer-related tasks.

Demystifying cloud computing jargon: A guide to understanding the future of IT infrastructure

30 Oct 2014  by Nathan Chai
Demystifying cloud computing jargon: A guide to understanding the future of IT infrastructure
How is it 2014 and I still don't understand all the cloud jargon out there? Thankfully at a SAGE hosted roundtable ITProPortal got to decipher the jargon surrounding the cloud.

Microsoft's 'Band' is a fitness tracker / smartwatch, do you want one?

30 Oct 2014  by Alysia Judge
Microsoft's 'Band' is a fitness tracker / smartwatch, do you want one?
Simply called Band, Microsoft has dived head first into the wearable technology peleton with the launch of its first smart fitness bracelet. Can it compete with the likes of FitBit and Samsung?

'Robot who can love' lands job as Nescafé salesman

29 Oct 2014  by Alysia Judge
'Robot who can love' lands job as Nescafé salesman
Landing a job as a Nescafé salesman is a far cry from the apocalyptic future Terminator predicted for artificially intelligent robots, but everyone’s got to start somewhere right?

Ruckus Wireless launches enterprise Wi-Fi option for SMBs

29 Oct 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Ruckus Wireless launches enterprise Wi-Fi option for SMBs
The new solution is controller free and designed to be a viable alternative to expensive enterprise LAN solutions and consumer Wi-Fi that isn’t secure enough.

Renée James: IoT could be a goldmine for hackers but Intel Security and McAfee are up for a fight

28 Oct 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
Renée James: IoT could be a goldmine for hackers but Intel Security and McAfee are up for a fight
While a lot of security experts are content with throwing around soundbites like "we need to think outside the box" and "we need to be ahead of the game" willy-nilly, James seems different.

Why cloud is a booming business asset

28 Oct 2014  by ITPP in association with HP
Why cloud is a booming business asset
Investment in cloud computing is trending way up, emerging as a key technological tool for businesses worldwide. More and more businesses are discovering the benefits of cloud - and you can too.

Futuristic windowless planes will take off in ten years

28 Oct 2014  by Alysia Judge
Futuristic windowless planes will take off in ten years
A UK company, Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) is looking to design an airplane in the next 10 years that will have no windows or, seemingly, walls. Sort of like Aladdin's magic carpet.