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Why printing security plays a vital part in keeping Aotearoa safe
While internet printing, mobile printing and other similar technologies have no doubt made things easier to manage, it has also brought a whole new set of problems to the table.
Tablets & laptops
HP unveils new devices and solutions to enhance hybrid workplaces
HP has introduced a variety of new devices and solutions, which they say are designed to connect people and provide better experiences when dealing with hybrid work.
HP announces new series of intelligent A3 printers for the modern workplace
HP has announced the imminent release of a new series of intelligent A3 Printers, which look to provide streamlined print services for customers.
Tablets & laptops
Hands-on review: HP Evo Spectre X360 Flip Ultrabook 13.5” laptop
The Spectre comes with a keyboard that makes working for long hours something to be looked forward to. It has to be one of the best keyboards I have seen on a 13.5” laptop.
Worldwide shipments of PCs fall by more than 15% in Q2 2022
The IDC says global shipments of traditional PCs dropped by 15.3% year over year, to only 71.3 million units in the second quarter of 2022.
Firmware attacks significant threat in age of hybrid work
Changing workforce dynamics are creating new challenges for IT teams around firmware security, according to new research.
HP to acquire Poly for improved hybrid working solutions
HP has announced it is to acquire Poly in an all-cash transaction for $40 per share, estimated to be a total enterprise value of US$3.3 billion.
IWD 2022: HP survey reveals changing attitudes to workplace gender bias and systems
A new survey from HP has set out to provide perspective on attitudes towards gender bias and roles within the workplace.
Growth streak for traditional PCs continues during holiday quarter
"Consumer need for PCs in emerging markets and global commercial demand remained strong during the quarter with supply being a gating factor."
HP reveals new line of laptops and monitors for today's workforce
HP has launched new devices and solutions designed to enhance collaboration and creation experiences so people can work and collaborate from anywhere.
High profile attacks, ransomware gangs and weaponisation part of cybersecurity predictions for 2022
The threat landscape is set to evolve at a worrying pace in the year ahead.
HP releases new Windows 11 devices
HP has introduced its latest Windows 11 devices, displays and accessories, sporting some impressive specs.
Nation state attacks
IT execs fear trickle-down of Nation State attack tools will hurt business
And they are right to be worried, according to new research.
72% of IT executives fear trickle-down of nation-state attack techniques will hurt business
Nation-state techniques, such as those used in the SolarWinds attack, are already being adopted by ransomware gangs.
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.