Computing hardware includes the physical computer, storage and networking assets used by IT for business and personal use.

OpinionInstead of predicting what will happen in the technology industry for the rest of this year, I'm taking a different approach -- pointing out what won't happen. As I look into my crystal ball, here are my UNpredictions for the rest of 2015 as well as some tips for success.
NewsOracle Corp. (ORCL) announced a new data center hardware strategy that lowers the prices of its products to increase adoption of its software.
BlogIBM hopes to shift mobile processing's center of gravity toward the mainframe and away from distributed x86 Linux servers.
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NewsIBM's new z13 mainframe system boasts improvements including the ability to perform data analytics on the machine itself, which IBM say can deliver insights faster and cheaper.
BlogAt least in the U.S., that is. The latest forecast and five areas to watch.
NewsChina is aiming to purge most foreign technology from banks, the military, state-owned enterprises and key government agencies by 2020, stepping up efforts to shift to Chinese suppliers, according to people familiar with the effort.
NewsMichael Dell, chief executive officer of Dell Inc., said he anticipates additional leveraged buyouts like the one he completed last year after more than 10 counterparts sought his advice on the process.
BlogI’m inundated with briefing requests from white box vendors. Infrastructure and operations professionals need to listen up.
NewsThe lion’s share of big data spending currently is going to hardware and professional services, but over time, software vendors will capture a proportionally larger piece, predicts SNS Research.
NewsHewlett-Packard continues to invest in Big Data and cloud computing, but sales apparently haven't grown fast enough to offset weaknesses across HP's services, printing and enterprise businesses. HP CEO Meg Whitman and several other executive team members described the state of HP during the company's Q4 earnings call earlier this week.
NewsThe possibility of 3-D printing’s evolution from a tool to create jewelry and spare parts to one that can print cars is redefining the scope of several industries, according to a report from Frost & Sullivan. Only after 2020, however, will the technology reach a tipping point and begin to print complex metal systems and large aircraft parts.
NewsTablet bring-your-own device (BYOD) programs offer better opportunities for organizations than that of enterprise owned-laptops and smartphones, according to a recent report by Gartner Inc. IT departments can support nearly three times more users in bring-your-own tablet programs than enterprise-owned tablet initiatives.
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