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HP unveils new range of Chrome OS-powered devices
HP has unveiled its new range of Chrome-powered PC and notebook devices, as well as a new monitor designed to complement the range.
Rise in hacking tool downloads as cybercrime becomes 'more organised than ever'
"The proliferation of pirated hacking tools and underground forums are allowing previously low-level actors to pose serious risks to enterprise security."
Hands-on review: HP Envy Pro 6430 + Instant Ink
HP’s Envy Pro 6430 All-in-One encapsulates simplicity while also boasting a litany of features, and its competitive price makes it an attractive option.
NASA is migrating back to on-premises 640 TB all-flash mission-critical storage
NASA is migrating back to on-premises high-density storage technology, using Storbyte and StorONE.
Q2 2021 sees 13% growth in global PC shipments
Notebook and mobile workstation shipments, in particular, had a good quarter, growing 15% year on year in Q2 2021 and reaching 66.7 million units.
HP finds remote work is creating a growing cybersecurity risk
HP has released a security report finding remote work is creating a growing cybersecurity risk.
HP extends Amplify channel partner programme to retailers worldwide
HP says the program is designed to turn analytics into insights, encourage innovation, and reward partners for performance, collaboration, and capabilities.
Commerce Commission outlines competition issues regarding HP NZ's recent submission
In its statement, the Commerce Commission outlined key competition issues that the watchdog considers vital to the decision of whether to grant HP NZ’s proposed resale price maintenance arrangements.
Hewlett-Packard NZ posts $4.66m net profit loss
It is a sharp drop from the $3.57 million net profit the company recorded in 2019.
Almost a third of malware threats previously unknown - HP report
A new report has found 29% of malware captured was previously unknown due to the widespread use of packers and obfuscation techniques by attackers seeking to evade detection.
HP NZ asks Commerce Commission to authorise engagement in resale price maintenance
HP’s request, if granted, would allow the vendor to engage in resale price maintenance (RPM) in relation to its proposed arrangements for its HP online store and prospective HP online marketplace stores.
IDC's HCP Tracker reveals growth for NZ inkjet printer market
The New Zealand inkjet printer market has grown 7% due to surge in remote working, according to new data from IDC’s Asia/Pacific Quarterly Hardcopy Peripherals (HCP) Tracker.
HP's 2020 partner award winners are...
There were many recurring names from the 2019 awards, with The Laptop Company, Ingram Micro, Cyclone, OEM Print Solutions and PB Technologies once again taking trophies back to the office.
A videoconference solution as smooth as your morning coffee
Wouldn’t be nice if videoconferencing worked as smoothly as your coffee machine?
Canalys: Chromebooks on top of 2020 PC market
Chromebooks were the best performing client PC product in Q3, as shipments grew 122% to a total of 9.4 million – tablets are making a comeback.
IBM partners with AMD to collaborate on AI, HPC, and Confidential Computing
IBM and AMD have announced a new multi-year joint development agreement in a bid to enhance and extend the security and artificial intelligence offerings of both companies.
Dell Technologies drives innovation with latest solutions for HPC and AI
“Data is the fuel driving innovations that can transform human lives. A crucial step in the process is to derive meaningful insights from data."
Hands-on review: PNY HP flash drives
PNY sent over a selection of their new HP authorised flash drives for us to put through their paces.
HP's new OMEN desktop PC to feature NVIDIA 30XX GPUs
What do headsets, mice, keyboards, monitors, and a desktop PC, oh my. These are all part of HP’s new line of OMEN gaming equipment range.
A sneak peek at HP's new line of laptops, PCs, monitors & printers
HP’s vision for its new range of PCs, printers and services is to make remote working ‘as productive, connected, and secure as possible’ as businesses adopt hybrid workplaces.
PNY launches HP memory products in Australia and NZ for the first time
"These HP products are part of PNYs major and continued commitment to launching high-quality memory products into Australia and New Zealand."
HP announces streamlined partner programme
The new programme with comprise of two tracks, Synergy and Power, and focus on three pillars, Performance, Capabilities and Collaboration.
HP Inc pledges to eliminate 75% of single-use plastic by 2025
This transition from plastic to molded fibre has already eliminated 933 tonnes of hard-to-recycle expanded plastic foam last year, according to HP.
Video: Every PC decision is a security decision
HP personal systems product evangelist Carlin Diprose walks us through how HP can provide vital security in a work from home world.