The 2014 Consumer Electronic Show is wrapping up today in Las Vegas, Nevada. One of the world's biggest technology trade shows, CES 2014 featured new tech innovations for consumers, small businesses and enterprises. While we examine the enterprise side of CES, our partner sites -- Tom's Hardware and Tom's Guide -- provide you with the latest in wearable gadgets, gaming, hardware, 3D printers, 4K TVs, and more. Check out the Best of CES 2014 list to learn about some of the best gadgets, gear and technologies featured at this year's show.
Top 5 This Week:
5. When Cloud Providers Fail: Creating a Cloud Storage Backup Plan
In 2013 we shared the news of two enterprise cloud storage services shutting down. While the events don’t suggest a trend, more cloud providers will go out of business. Stephen Lawton shares advice on how you can be proactive and create your cloud storage backup plan.
4. TP-Link’s POE Access Point + Other WiFi Products at CES 2014
The next generation of wireless technology is here. At CES this week, TP-Link introduced its first enterprise dual-band WiFi access point for the Wireless AC standard with Power over Internet. James Sullivan outlines what the access point has to offer along with other WiFi product announcements.
3. HP Z1 Workstation -- Now with Touchscreen and Thunderbolt 2
CES attendees also had the chance to check out HP’s updated Z1 workstation. The world’s first & only all-in-one workstation with a 27-inch display now has the option for touch input and Thunderbolt 2 connectivity. Kevin Parrish lists the G2 model’s specs and options.
2. OpenStack For Private & Hybrid Clouds: Costs, Benefits & Risks
OpenStack is becoming a popular option for implementing clouds – but is it right for you? For those evaluating their private and hybrid cloud options, Dan Sullivan helps you assess the costs, benefits and risks of deploying OpenStack.
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Bill Oliver, 30 year veteran of Healthcare IT, examines the latest compensation survey conducted by the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society. The results: Healthcare IT pay is on the rise. Great news for IT pros for the New Year!
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