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IBM PC Line Redrawn
IBM has decided to combine its entire desktop PC line under one name. The NetVista brand, until last week the name for IBM’s thin clients and appliance desktops, will now cover the whole range, including newly-released models for home and business.

DOCTOR PC: IBM PC Line Redrawn IBM PC Line Redrawn R. Krause - September 27, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - September 27, 2000 Event Summary 9/14/2000 [Source: IBM] IBM has added new models to its NetVista PC family, completing the desktop PC model transition begun earlier this year. The activity continues IBM s Edge of Network initiative, with devices designed from the ground up for fast, high-bandwidth Internet access, easy set-up and simplified use. Additions include: New Netvista desktop systems New data
9/27/2000

Handspring’s Visor Passes Pocket PC
After less than a quarter in retail outlets, Handspring’s Palm-OS based Visor has sprung past Windows-based handhelds in market share.

DOCTOR PC: Handspring’s Visor Passes Pocket PC Handspring’s Visor Passes Pocket PC R. Krause - July 18, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - July 18, 2000 Event Summary [June 22, 2000] - A new report from NPD Intelect reveals that Visor, a handheld from upstart startup Handspring, has now captured 25% of all retail sales in May (up from 18% in April) of personal digital assistants (PDAs). The Visor has also maintained its hold on the #2 position (behind Palm, Inc.), surpassing such established vendors as Casio and
7/18/2000

Dell Jumps Into Internet PC Arena
Dell Computer Corp. has announced that it is taking orders for its new Webpc, Dell's first product from its Web Products Group, and its first foray into the growing market of Internet appliances.

DOCTOR PC: Dell Jumps Into Internet PC Arena Dell Jumps Into Internet PC Arena R. Krause - December 1, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary 11/30/99 - Dell Computer Corp. announced the Webpc, which features an Intel Celeron 433 megahertz processor, a 15-inch monitor, a printer and one year of DellNet Internet service. Prices for the new computers start at $999. In a press release Tuesday, the company said the Webpc is the first product from its Web Products Group and is part of its strategy of embracing the Internet in
12/1/1999

IBM’s NetVista Joins the Appliance PC Fray
IBM debuts an extremely competitive business network appliance with its new NetVista PCs. Now if it can just fix that direct Web site...

DOCTOR PC: IBM’s NetVista Joins the Appliance PC Fray IBM’s NetVista Joins the Appliance PC Fray C. McNulty - May 24, 2000 Read Comments C. McNulty - May 24, 2000 Event Summary IBM [NYSE:IBM] announced the availability of its new NetVista all-in-one and legacy-free computers, two new devices designed to simplify the computing experience. Fewer cables and smaller sizes make them easier to carry and set up. New drives, keyboards and Access IBM buttons make them easier to use. New networking and security features
5/24/2000

Dell s High-End Rackmount Servers - Challenging Compaq s Wintel Dominance
Dell Computer Corporation has shaken up the PC Server market, in three years moving from the #5 US market share position to a solid #2 (and #3 worldwide) - and has set its sights on #1 Compaq. This note assesses its strengths and weaknesses in the ever-growing and increasingly important rackmount server marketplace.

DOCTOR PC: hardware integration, hardware migration, hardware migration plan, hardware software, internal migration, migration, migration policy, migration routes, migration software, migration to new hardware, update hardware.
8/1/1999

Preventing Data Corruption in the Event of an Extended Power Outage
Despite advances in technology, power outages continue to be a major cause of PC and server downtime. Protecting computers with uninterruptible power supply (UPS) hardware is part of a total solution, but power management software is also needed to prevent data corruption after extended power outages. Learn about the various software configurations you can implement and the best practices that can help you ensure uptime.

DOCTOR PC: Preventing Data Corruption in the Event of an Extended Power Outage Preventing Data Corruption in the Event of an Extended Power Outage Source: APC by Schneider Electric Document Type: White Paper Description: Despite advances in technology, power outages continue to be a major cause of PC and server downtime. Protecting computers with uninterruptible power supply (UPS) hardware is part of a total solution, but power management software is also needed to prevent data corruption after extended power
12/4/2008 10:33:00 AM

HP e-Vectra Product Follow-up
Hewlett Packard announced that the e-Vectra sealed case would include an “easy swap” hard drive.

DOCTOR PC: HP e-Vectra Product Follow-up HP e-Vectra Product Follow-up C. McNulty - May 2, 2000 Read Comments C. McNulty - Date, 2000 Event Summary Hewlett Packard [NYSE:HWP] has recently clarified its product direction for its new e-Vectra line of appliance PCs. In a conference with TechnologyEvaluation.com, HP announced that the e-Vectra sealed case would include an easy swap hard drive. We believe this overcomes one of major objections to appliance PCs like the e-Vectra - since the hard drive is typically the
5/2/2000

Gates Previews Pen-Based Computer
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates used Comdex to present his next hardware solution, a pen-computing tablet-sized PC code named, amazingly enough, the Tablet PC.

DOCTOR PC: Gates Previews Pen-Based Computer Gates Previews Pen-Based Computer R. Krause - November 15, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - November 15, 2000 Event Summary November 13, 2000 Microsoft chairman Bill Gates used his keynote speech at Comdex to unveil a proof of concept system Microsoft calls its Tablet PC . The Tablet is a little over two pounds, and expected to be around the size of a legal pad. Gates apparently believes pad/tablet PCs and pen-based computing are the next big thing(s) in the PC
11/15/2000

Three Keys to Better Data-driven Decisions: What You Should Know... Right Now
The perception of most small to midsized business (SMB) executives is that most of the data they need to make decisions is available “in the computer system,” or at least locked away until the moment is right for it to be accessed and used. But what if your enterprise system has not been structured to track and report this information? What if this information or metric is not even defined? Download this TEC report to find out about the three keys to better data-driven decisions—and discover how an integrated enterprise system can help you jump-start a plan for accessing the right information at the right time.

DOCTOR PC: Three Keys to Better Data-driven Decisions: What You Should Know... Right Now Three Keys to Better Data-driven Decisions: What You Should Know... Right Now Source: Technology Evaluation Centers Document Type: TEC Report Description: The perception of most small to midsized business (SMB) executives is that most of the data they need to make decisions is available “in the computer system,” or at least locked away until the moment is right for it to be accessed and used. But what if your enterprise
4/29/2011 9:20:00 AM

Apple Displays Its Core in Mac OS X
Apple has opened up the source code for the kernel of their next generation operation system, Mac OS X. Et tu, Redmond?

DOCTOR PC: apple, mac os, mac operating system, open source, darwin, apple os, Darwin 1.0, advanced operating system core , Mac OS X, Darwin Streaming Server, open source model , Apple software, apple operating system, os technology, Darwin projects , Public Source License , OS licenses, OS licensing program, Mac OS X products , pc os x.
4/27/2000

Gateway, Dell Plan Windows-free Appliances
Gateway, Dell and others plan desktop 'Internet appliances' -- running on little or no Microsoft software.

DOCTOR PC: Gateway, Dell Plan Windows-free Appliances Gateway, Dell Plan Windows-free Appliances R. Krause - November 10, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary October 28th, 1999 - Major personal computer makers, including Dell and Gateway, are quietly working on a wave of products that won t use Microsoft Corp. s Windows PC operating system, the source of the software giant s market power. The desktop machines, which are expected early next year, will be designed primarily to surf the Internet and be priced far below
11/10/1999


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