Story image

NSP & Dell looking for Auckland's worst office

28 Sep 2011

Businesses have just two days to register themselves in a competition to find the Auckland office most in need of an IT facelift.

The winner will receive $25,000 in equipment from Dell New Zealand as well as $6000 in installation and integration services from Network Service Providers (NSP).

The competition is only open to businesses within the Auckland Super-City area, and closes at the end of September, meaning companies have until Saturday to register.

The equipment package includes five Dell Vostro 3400 notebooks; five Dell 20-inch LED LCD displays; a Dell 2555CDN network colour multifunction printer; a Dell T410 tower server with Microsoft Small Business Server; an Xbox 360; and a wide-screen television courtesy of JB Hi-Fi. 

Go here to upload your 100-word explanation of why your office needs updating, as well as up to three photographs.

Image source here.

Protecting data centres from fire – your options
Chubb's Pierre Thorne discusses the countless potential implications of a data centre outage, and how to avoid them.
Opinion: How SD-WAN changes the game for 5G networks
5G/SD-WAN mobile edge computing and network slicing will enable and drive innovative NFV services, according to Kelly Ahuja, CEO, Versa Networks
TYAN unveils new inference-optimised GPU platforms with NVIDIA T4 accelerators
“TYAN servers with NVIDIA T4 GPUs are designed to excel at all accelerated workloads, including machine learning, deep learning, and virtual desktops.”
AMD delivers data center grunt for Google's new game streaming platform
'By combining our gaming DNA and data center technology leadership with a long-standing commitment to open platforms, AMD provides unique technologies and expertise to enable world-class cloud gaming experiences."
Inspur announces AI edge computing server with NVIDIA GPUs
“The dynamic nature and rapid expansion of AI workloads require an adaptive and optimised set of hardware, software and services for developers to utilise as they build their own solutions."
Norwegian aluminium manufacturer hit hard by LockerGoga ransomware attack
“IT systems in most business areas are impacted and Hydro is switching to manual operations as far as possible.”
HPE launches 'right mix' hybrid cloud assessment tool
HPE has launched an ‘industry-first assessment software’ to help businesses work out the right mix of hybrid cloud for their needs.
ADLINK and Charles announce multi-access pole-mounted edge AI solution
The new solution is a compact low profile pole or wall mountable unit based on an integration of ADLINK’s latest AI Edge Server MECS-7210 and Charles’ SC102 Micro Edge Enclosure.