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Cloud
Getac adds two new mobile workstations to growing portfolio
Getac has added two new mobile workstations to its growing portfolio, hoping the devices will help increase performance and reliability when conducting complex operations in the field.
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Cloud
Lenovo releases latest generation of mobile workstations, targeted at hybrid workers
Lenovo has released its latest generation of mobile workstations, targeted toward hybrid work situations.
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Tablets & laptops
Lenovo reveals new ThinkPad P range
The new mobile workstations include Ultra Performance Mode that trades acoustics and temperature increases for improved performance.
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Remote Working
How to become an agile organisation in the digital age
The introduction of equipment such as docking stations provide efficient workplace solutions to support all types of user devices providing more accessibility options, Kensington says.
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Insurance
Aussie workers struggling to switch off while on holiday
A new survey has found Australian workers are struggling to disconnect while on vacation
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Tablets & laptops
Lenovo releases new ThinkPad devices
The T495, T495s and X395 boast better performance, battery life and security than their predecessors.
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Tablets & laptops
Intel releases 8th gen vPro mobile processors
This generation promises longer battery life, better performance, and comes with a built-in hardware security solution, Intel Hardware Shield.
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Tablets & laptops
Personal computing market still falling with one exception
Detachables are the only saving grace for a market that is still slowly but surely losing its appeal.
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Mobility
Lenovo’s new mobile workstation thinnest and lightest yet
Lenovo has announced the release of their newest workstation with a focus on sleek and thin design without compromising on power.
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Mobile Device Management / MDM
Mobility – Part two: enabling productivity through smartphone technology
These days you can be connected by your mobile phone to work and home and don’t need to be tied to your computer - or even your office.