Lenovo and VMware HCI improves SAP HANA database deployments
Lenovo Data Center Group has expanded its Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) solutions. In collaboration with VMware, the new Lenovo ThinkAgile VX HCI Solutions, improve agility and reliability fpr SAP HANA database deployments.
ThinkAgile VX HCI Solutions are certified nodes that enable compa... Read more
Empower end-users with better experiences
End-users need to get work done. The best way to achieve this is to provide the most optimal end-user experience. End-user computing (EUC) solutions can have a long-lasting and positive effect on the employees, even on all stakeholder groups in your organisation. Companies embracing the best EUC so... Read more
Review: Sony Xperia 1 II, ideal for the creative professional?
A 21:9 4K OLED screen with professional colour reproduction, a lightning-fast chip and impressive multimedia qualifications. According to Sony, the Sony Xperia 1 II is the ideal smartphone for creative professionals. In this review, Techzine finds out if this claim holds up.
Obviously, the Sony ... Read more
Review: Sony WH-1000XM4, the best headphone is now even better
Sony is known for being one of the best manufacturers of active noise-cancelling headphones. The release of the Sony WH-1000XM4 therefore immediately caught the attention of the editors at Techzine. In this review, you can read all about the new headset.
Not that long ago, the predecessor of thi... Read more
Dutch, Belgium and French providers target of DDOS attacks
A number of providers in the Netherlands, Belgium and France have stated that they were under fire last week from targeted DDoS attacks. Among them are Delta, Online.nl, FreedomNet and Tweak.nl.
The NBIP informed ZDNet that the attacks took place at the end of August and that several providers w... Read more
Microsoft wants cloud contracts with foreign governments
Microsoft is lobbying hard. It wants more cloud contracts outside the United States. Microsoft focuses on this after it won a defense contract for cloud computing, after which Amazon filed a lawsuit about it. Microsoft seems to be becoming more and more successful outside the United States, so it n... Read more
United States is considering export ban on chips
The United States wants to impose restrictions on the export of chips, lasers, sensors and other innovating technology. By doing so, it wants to prevent the technology from falling into the hands of China. The U.S. Commerce Department would certainly like to see measures put in place for this as fa... Read more
Google Chrome will now warn users for weak passwords
Users who try to save a weak password in the Google Chrome password manager will now receive a warning message. Google tries to improve user behaviour by letting users choose for stronger passwords.
Last year, Google Chrome already added a function which checks stored passwords against data brea... Read more
The road to S/4HANA: Why you should take the first steps right away
By 2027, SAP expects that most of its customers run the S/4HANA ERP solution. A transition is inevitable in the long run, although there are more reasons not to put this transition on the back burner. We talk to SAP specialist Ctac about the motivation behind migrating and the things you need to pa... Read more
Review: Oppo Find X2 Pro shows what the new brand is capable of
Oppo has been active in the smartphone market for a while now, but for a long time, it operated just underneath the top of the market. This year, the Chinese telecom giant is changing things for the better with the Find X2 series. Techzine discovered in this review that the Oppo Find X2 Pro proves ... Read more