In the ever-connected world that we live in today, business people need their tech to keep up with and power through the constant scenarios being thrown at them. This means that business executives and lower-level employees alike need a functional, sleek device that impresses with both performance and appearance.
For people of business, there is . . . → Read More: The New Dell XPS 13 Gold Edition
Most companies either lease or buy their computer equipment, but why or when should a company rent laptop or notebook computers?
Here are a few reasons to rent a laptop computer:
-If you need technology on short notice or for a short time, it is best to rent a laptop.
-If you need a large quantity of laptop . . . → Read More: When to Rent a Laptop Computer
Dell recently launched Dell Cast, a device that takes the mobile-to-TV streaming concept of Google’s Chromecast and turns it into more of a productivity tool. Dell Cast is a dongle that plugs into a display’s HDMI port and turns your Android home screen into a traditional desktop experience that can be controlled with a mouse and . . . → Read More: Dell Cast: The Chromecast For Business Users
Lenovo recently announced that net profit for the first quarter increased by 30% year-over-year, inching the company ever closer to surpassing HP as the top vendor in the market. Lenovo’s net profit reached $141 million in the quarter, an increase from $108 million over the same quarter the previous year. In addition to that, the company’s revenue in . . . → Read More: Lenovo Sees Mobile Business Increase
According to a company spokesperson, Acer is still planning on producing Windows RT devices at some point in the future. This statement comes after the company’s CEO berated Microsoft for building the Surface RT tablet. On Monday Microsoft excluded Acer from its list of Windows RT device makers.
According to the Acer spokesperson, “Acer plans to incorporate . . . → Read More: Acer Plans on Supporting Windows RT
Everybody has been talking about Microsoft’s Surface tablet since it released, though not everybody is doing so in a positive manner. Some of Microsoft’s partners, like Acer for instance, aren’t big fans of the upcoming device. Acer’s Senior VP and President for Europe, Middle East and Africa Oliver Ahrens recently told Reuters that Microsoft’s attempt to . . . → Read More: Key Microsoft Partners Not Impressed with Surface, Think the Tablet Will Fail