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The Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 is exactly what businesses need to merge mobile and desktop and take advantage of the shifting trends in computer technology.
The Dell Latitude 10 is thelatest in a line of Windows 8 hybrids that are perfect for the business marketwhile offering some hybrid features on the side.
The Dell Latitude 10 is the latestin a line of Windows 8 hybrids that are perfect for the business market, whileoffering some hybrid features on the side. The features and extras built into,and around, the product are ideal for corporate use and travel. It has several stand out features and one of these is the battery.
Tarsus Technologies launched its eCommerce platform in 2011, with the goal of offering its resellers instant access to information on the distributor’s comprehensive product portfolio, as well as pricing, stock availability and the ability to place orders online.
Tarsus Technologies has entered into a distribution agreement with Symantec and will be offering a complete range of Norton security products to its reseller base...
There aren't many things you can be sure of in IT, wherepredictions are rarely worth the pixels they're printed on. But it's hard toargue with the explosive growth of tablet computer sales and their enormouspopularity with consumers.
Pierre Spies resigns from Tarsus Technologies; Anton Herbst takes over as interim CEO
Want to make the move into the margin-rich world of managed services but not sure you have the time or capability within your business?
HP is to bring its innovative “classroom in a box”, a low cost solution for educational IT labs based on pre-installed schools equipment and thin client PCs in a refurbished shipping container, to South Africa.
Tarsus Technologies is pleased to announce that it is the exclusive South African distributor for Paris-based laptop bag and accessories manufacturer, Port Designs.
Lenovo has reimagined the way we use laptop computers and tablets, combining the best of both into one attractive and lightweight device, the IdeaPad Yoga 13
Pre-orders have opened for Acer Aspire S7 Ultrabooks
Analysts and Microsoft business have questioned whether Windows 8 could persuade African enterprises to switch over quickly or completely. Some companies have argued that the switch-over could be slow and patchy, and most initial adaptation of the new OS could be in organisations with large mobile work forces at first.
It’s no secret that the notebook market is more competitive than ever, with vendors big and small racing to deliver compelling industrial designs that at the same time embody what Microsoft is trying to achieve with its move to the much-vaunted Windows 8 operating system.
What do you do if you’re a manufacturer that has spent the best part of three decades perfecting supply chain logistics and front-line support only to discover that, in the post-PC world, your skills are no longer in such high demand?
Virtualisation is a key trend in the server market, since it’s the best way to get the most from a given set of resources in a data centre or server environment.
Tarsus Technologies has announced the local availability of the HP StorageWorks P4000 G2 range of SAN solutions bringing cost-efficiency, reliability, performance and flexibility to IT environments where server virtualization, a looming technology refresh cycle and rising costs are taking their toll.
When Tarsus Technologies announced that it had secured the distribution rights for RIM’s BlackBerry range of mobile infrastructure solutions, it raised a number of eyebrows in the South African technology space.
There’s been a lot of noise recently about the immersive, exciting and more engaging experience the new Windows 8 Modern UI (user interface) brings to desktop and notebook usability.
While the influx of undersea fibre cables into South and sub-Saharan Africa is having a positive impact on the quality of internet connectivity infrastructure companies have access to, it’s causing a veritable boom in business and consumer usage numbers across the continent.
While the worldwide market seems to be embracing cloud computing and its ability to lower the running costs of information technology, the local move towards off-site infrastructure that’s rented as a utility is still in its infancy.
All-in-one computers have been a runaway success in the consumer-focused retail segment over the past two years.
Touchscreen technology is one of the most pervasive design elements in the technology sector today.
With the worldwide PC market showing a static to negative growth trend, resellers that continue to focus solely on the provision of desktops and notebooks might be signing their own death warrants.
While notebooks might make-up the dominant share of resellers’ turnover today, in reality the profits they are able to derive from the sale of these machines pale in comparison to the margins the accessories business has to offer.