Friday, April 20, 2012

DELL : The Power to do! more

DELL, launch its new models of different computer parts and operating system happened April 16, 2012 10:30am at Megatrade hall leaded by Mr. Richard Jusay, Product Support Engineer.  These are: net book & desktop, printer, monitor, peripherals, servers (power edge), storage (power vault), projectors, monitors, networking.
The seminar was started through the lead of Mr. Richard Jusay followed by a greeting of the manager of the net books and desktop. Before the talk start a notepad was given to the early birds as a price. And discussions were followed; Mr. Jusay presented the Dell Product portfolio through a power point with approximately 200 slides. He discusses it fast and clear, questions were entertained politely and it was answered honestly and clearly. A part of the talk is once in a while question and whoever answers will get a price: a cute and useful notepad, and dry-fit t-shirt. As we reach 12pm, yummy lunch was served, by 1pm the seminar was resumed. The afternoon was started by a game-Pinoy Henyo game and the word to be guess: Halo-halo. And the discussions were followed.

Monday, April 2, 2012

IBM Expands Analytics and Cloud Capabilities to Accelerate Smarter Computing for the Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs)

IBM announced to the local market new server solutions designed to expand cloud and analytics capabilities across its entire portfolio, helping make Smarter Computing a reality for small, medium enterprises (SMEs). 

The new offerings include high-performance systems, networking and software products aimed at helping clients optimize data center operations with flexible, easy-to-deploy solutions to help reduce complexity, lower costs and deliver rapid return on investments. 

Today, clients are looking for solutions that help them handle specific business challenges and make better use of existing IT infrastructures.  More and more clients are turning to cloud computing, analytics and other smarter computing solutions to help their businesses grow.  Cloud computing deployments are expected to grow more than 19% per year, according to IDC (1), and a recent IBM CIO study (2) showed cloud implementations nearly doubling from 33% to 60% over the last two years.