Articles By Chris Lau

big data and leadership

IBM moves forward in 2016

IBM finished last year on a bright note. It continued growing its businesses in cloud, analytics, mobile, and security. The...

March 30th, 2016 Chris Lau

VMware readies itself for the secular shift in computing

The last few releases of Microsoft Windows Server included better and better versions of Hyper-V. For enterprises, it has never...

March 10th, 2016 Chris Lau

Don’t panic if your company isn’t ready for Internet Explorer’s retirement

Internet Explorer is retiring. This is not exactly fresh news, but Microsoft’s move ahead in the evolution of its browser...

February 18th, 2016 Chris Lau

How Apple’s computers fit in the enterprise

Apple makes great hardware. Known for its attention to aesthetics, from computers to phones to tablets, Apple ensures its designs...

February 3rd, 2016 Chris Lau

Which tablet is suitable for the enterprise: Apple iPad Pro or Microsoft Surface Pro 4?

The IT department might scoff at the prices these days for mobile devices. Gone are the days for buying sturdy...

January 22nd, 2016 Chris Lau

What to expect from BlackBerry at CES 2016

BlackBerry is starting the year enjoying the positive momentum from the BlackBerry Android device release. Sales for the PRIV device...

January 5th, 2016 Chris Lau

2016 might be Advanced Micro Devices’ year

When consumers think processors, they think Intel. For servers, businesses think of that chip maker too. That is tough for...

December 23rd, 2015 Chris Lau
IBM IoT

IBM positions itself for disruption

IBM has a monumental task ahead in its quest for growth. To meet that goal, IBM needs to be disruptive....

December 2nd, 2015 Chris Lau

Embrace faster memory and storage

Embrace the shift in memory and storage A bit shift is underway for memory chips. Manufacturers are promoting DDR4, which...

November 24th, 2015 Chris Lau
cloud computing, cloud nfrastructure, cloud services, IT

Hewlett-Packard Enterprise searches for growth in hybrid clouds

Hewlett-Packard is serious about succeeding in the enterprise space. After splitting itself into two firms – one firm in Printing...

November 11th, 2015 Chris Lau