• August 24, 2017

    HP Announces New OMEN X Gaming Laptop

  • Windows is not primarily known for their mobile phones and there are quite many reasons for it. However, their latest addition, the HP Elite x3 promises to change this course and be your all-in one phone for every computing need you may have. This phone truly proves the words of the bench makers when they said, “Phone for PC”. You might be wondering to know more and more about this latest innovation of Windows and we won’t disappoint you. Here is the honest and detailed review of the HP Elite x3 that you should check out to understand better. The Review of HP Elite x3 Specs The HP Elite x3 is of 5. 96 inch which is larger than other phablets and has a resolution of 2,560x 1,440. The screen has a protection of Corning Gorilla Glass 4 and a sharp contrast of the AMOLED panel. It is waterproof up IP67and has an 810G military spec making it highly durable. It also has 64GB storage with a 4GB RAM and a Qualcomm Adreno 530 GPU that is integrated in the Snapdragon chip. It has a battery of 4, 150 mAh. Features This is truly the all-in- one phone which can also transform into a laptop known as the Mobile Extender. The newest HP Elite phablet that can be easily bought in affordable rates availing the CouponDekho x3 transmits and powers Windows 10 through miracast. Therefore, you can have a desktop anywhere you want to. This device also manages to install up to 10 apps from the cloud which is quite impressive. There is an iris scanner, fingerprinting scanner system to log you in as well. Pros The HP Elite x3 does change the tide of windows mobile phones and is truly an all-in- one phone. Here are the pros, Advanced...
  • August 28, 2013

    Unix Sales Declining

    Unix, the core server operating system in enterprise networks for decades, now finds itself in a slow, inexorable decline. IDC predicts that Unix server revenue will slide from $10.2 billion in 2012 to $8.7 billion in 2017, and Gartner sees Unix market share slipping from 16% in 2012 to 9% in 2017. The decline is due to competition from Linux and Microsoft which can handle more efficient hardware with more powerful processor cores with less expensive and requires less maintenance. Unix has taken hits from hardware and software venders with lack of support and application development slowdowns. Within the Unix ecosystem, IBM has taken advantage of the turmoil at HP, as well as the uncertainty that resulted from Oracle’s purchase of Sun. Despite Oracles sun purchase Oracle has continued to see declining hardware revenues. Part of this decline is due to recent ecosystem changes in line with IT modernization, migration, or consolidation strategies and the huge push for mobile computing and cloud based infrastructure systems. This is an area where Unix is not a strong competitor Unix systems have always be known for stability in mission-critical environments. While Unix is still held in high regard for stability enterprises are seek to divest their reliance on the platform due compatibly with other cloud based application. Although the Unix market is declining, there is still considerable competition and churn in the segment. HP-UX has lost considerable market share to IBM, which, as far as I can see, has posted net gain in revenues and market share. IBM 56% market share, based on 2012 worldwide Unix server revenue. Oracle is a distant second at 19.2%, followed by HP at 18.6%. While Unix revenues are in a long, slow descent, nobody is predicting that Unix will go away completely Unix still has its strength...
  • HP Envy Ultrabook series of laptops is well-known for its performance and in very slim and is made up of very light weight material. It makes sure to provide you with a very clear display. The appearance of this device is also known to be the best. The HP Envy 6-1001TU Ultra book is backed by an Intel 2nd generation processor. It makes sure to be very useful for domestic purpose as well as for official purpose. The operating system is of Windows 7 Home Basic. It is known to be very ideal for the use of students as well as for professionals. Design and build quality – This model of HP laptop is known for its shiny design. It is very easily portable as it weighs only about 2 Kgs. The dimension of this device is 373.88 x 252.73 x 19.81 mm. The display screen is about 15.6 inches and is equipped with sophisticated glossy bezel casing. The keyboard included in this device facilitates easy typing because it is well-spaced. The touchpad is also very smooth. Also there are enough connectivity ports. The material used for making this laptop has proved to be very durable and you can use it for daily use without any tension. User Interface – The operating system included in this device is the Windows 7 Home Basic, which is proved to be the best and the applications will be extremely useful. You can very easily access different programs. The type of processor used is second generation Intel Core i3-2367M processor. Performance – The performance of this laptop is known to be the best. The display screen is wide enough through which numerous applications can be viewed with ease and delivers clear quality. The display resolution is about 1366 x 768 pixels. It is also...
  • April 10, 2012

    HP ASR Keeps Rebooting Server Fix

    Most Servers have HP ASR Enabled by default. 1.Hit F9 during the server POST to enter the BIOS 2. Select Server Availability and hit Enter 3. Select ASR Status and hit Enter 4. Select Disabled and hit Enter 5.Hit Esc twice 6. Press F10 to confirm exit
  • April 9, 2012

    HP Client Autotmation Review

    I have had the privilege of implementing over the last few weeks a tool that HP makes called the HP Client Automation Tool.   The HP Client Automation tool is similar to SCCM the tools is used for desktop management.  I first was surprised to find out that this tool has both a free and a payed version. The free version is more stripped down good for managing BIOS and a few other small features of the desktop.  The payed version is more in depth. I was happy with the tool having patch management, OS deployment and package deployment all rolled into one tool. There also is a reporting mechanism that does a great job.  The tool also allows you to manually put in clients or you can query your active directory infrastructure.  The tool does have certain perks that SCCM does not have BIOS management being the big one which is why this client decided go with this product over SCCM since there entire infrastructure is HP.  There is also an option to install server smart packs. The big draw back for me is the clunky web interface also you must have a copy of SQL which is expensive in it self.  Overall a good desktop management tool I would recommend for any company with an HP infrastructure.