Boileau January Tech Update

Meet the machines that paved the way for a 100-year technical revolution.

A 100 year tech revolution in review – plus what’s ahead

From the humble home radio to pocket-sized artificial intelligence, the last 100 years have been a technological whirlwind. Now as mind and machine prepare to merge, we look back nostalgically.

HPE VDI Ready to Deploy

Today exceptional circumstances have threatened businesses in every industry, interrupting essential daily business requirements. Customers are looking to rapidly unleash mobile productivity using VDI. HPE is committed to prioritising the delivery of the world’s most secure platform to meet these critical demands. Get started with HPE Synergy.

Datacentre Care Service

Choose HPE Datacentre Care to provide operational excellence for your entire hybrid IT, including servers, storage and networking, both on and off premise. Your assigned team of HPE experts allows you to simplify and get more out of day-to-day operations and you can get priority access to reactive support for your specific multivendor IT environment.

Benefits to consider HPE Nimble Storage dHCI

HPE Nimble Storage dHCI is an intelligent, disaggregated hyperconverged infrastructure that delivers the simplicity of HCI with the flexibility of converged. It’s simple to set up, simple to manage, simple to scale, and delivers a predictive and proactive support experience with HPE InfoSight. See top 5 reasons to consider HPE Nimble Storage dHCI.

Digital Credentials: A better way to capture and communicate learning

For hundreds of years we’ve relied on time as the primary measure of learning. But a transcript tells little about what a learner knows and can do. There is an opportunity for better credential units of learning and to communicate true capabilities.

Six-Point Protection for Today’s Midsized Businesses

New technology creates opportunities but also new vulnerabilities that could threaten your business. See the top 6 innovative Aruba security features designed to keep your network safe.

Security flaw could allow hackers to trick lab scientists into making viruses

Cybersecurity researchers discovered a computer attack that could allow hackers to remotely trick laboratory scientists into creating toxins and viruses. So what does this mean for the future – and safety – of healthcare?