Powered by HPE and Intel®
The INQUIRER, in association with HPE and Intel, is hosting the SMB Spotlight channel. The channel features everything tech professionals and business executives at small to medium-sized businesses need to know about the latest technologies.
SMB Spotlight offers a mix of the latest news, industry expert guidance, indepth technical analysis and product reviews covering storage, server and networking solutions for the SMB market.
Keep this page bookmarked and check back regularly throughout the week for practical tips and information on how to reduce costs, increase productivity, and keep your business up and running by taking advantage of the latest SMB technologies and services.
Intel and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries.
Wave it in the face of your employer and shout 'give me more money'
Microsoft blames 'connectivity issues' for widespread borkage
.NET flaw could allow hackers take full control of affected systems
But you'll have to wait until December for update to arrive
Firm will look to large firms to monetise service
Court rules in favour of the man in workplace-based internet use case
And we got a hint about new Alienware audio, too
Dual-core is dead
It's all eighth-gen as Acer goes for gaming greatness
But IFA is all about mobility
That's like kicking yourself in the nads
But there's no Coffee Lake in sight
But we probably won't see them until 2019
Spyware was running riot in the Play Store
Legislation will give citizens a 'right to be forgotten' by companies
Wearable workstation packs Windows 10 Pro, Nvidia Quadro P5200 GPU
More moolah mandatory
Borkage comes just weeks after firm binned biz-focused app
Firm sets sights on Microsoft with 24in and 27in PCs
On average, companies have stories around £46,000 in virtual currencies
Dinky stick brings machine learning to any PC
Users are unable to install Microsoft's March Creators Update
Firm also announces that first Azure Stack hardware is now available
Firm joins 500 other organisations in HPE-led cloud initiative
Firm will rollout out FTTH network next year
It may be for our own good but that doesn't make it right
Firm says decision means no other firm will have to relive its 'nightmare scenario'
Firm claims cloud-based threat detection will 'stop attacks as they happen'
But you still definitely shouldn't be using it