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VMware Selector live in iQuote

New Feature.

As a key HP Partner, VMware products have been available in iQuote for some time. In fact, there are several hundred VMware products to choose from in iQuote to help create the perfect solution. 121 more words


NCPreps football polls

Here are this week’s “Bakers Dozen” state football polls from NCPreps:


1. West Montgomery (6-0)

2. East Surry (5-0)

3. Wallace Rose Hill (5-1) 228 more words


HP Rolls Out New Partner Programs For Hewlett Packard Enterprise and HP Inc.

Yesterday, Hewlett-Packard unveiled details of Partner First and Partner Ready, its new partner programs for HP Inc. and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE) respectively – both of which will officially become two separate companies on November 1, 2015. 811 more words


Mega tech merger would create new model

This morning’s most interesting story is the report that EMC is exploring a possible merger with Dell. EMC currently has a market cap of about $50 billion, while Dell was taken private by Silver Lake in 2013 in a deal then valued at $25 billion. 348 more words


"A Flagrant Liar For President?": Darling Fiorina Is Not Only A Relentless Self-Promoter, But Also A Remorseless Liar

We’ve got a new darling in the GOP presidential race: Carly Fiorina!

Being the darling du jour, however, can be dicey — just ask Rick Perry and Scott Walker, two former darlings who are now out of the race, having turned into ugly ducklings by saying stupid things. 590 more words


Dell is reportedly in merger talks with EMC

Dell, the world’s third largest PC maker, and the cloud storage company EMC Corp. are in discussions about a potential merger, reports the Wall Street Journal, for what could be one of the biggest technology deals in history. 168 more words

Now Dell to buy or merge EMC!

Data Storage Company may soon be brought by privately owned American computer technology company Dell Inc in coming months. As per some media sources, Dell is planning to buy all or part of EMC to mark a new chapter in the PC makers history. 92 more words