Compucom Blog CSR and the Sustainability Ripple Effect

CSR and the Sustainability Ripple Effect

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) efforts benefit society and the planet — providing your company with a significant competitive edge. This is why CSR, which encompasses a wide range of activities, from reducing carbon emissions to ensuring fair labor practices, has become central in corporate strategy.  

Compucom Blog - Dispatch-Based IT Field Support Services Benefits

The Benefits of Field Support Services: Dispatch

In this three-part blog series, we’ll focus on field support, discussing the three main types, dispatch-based support, campus-based support, and instant-access services, and what to look for when outsourcing these services. 

compucom blog - Intel Vision 2024: : Bringing AI to Data Centers, the Edge, and PCs

Intel Vision 2024: Bringing AI to Data Centers, the Edge, and PCs 

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger was fired up during his April 9 keynote address at Intel Vision 2024. In a room full of AI visionaries in the “silicon desert” of Phoenix, Arizona, his energy was akin to a car enthusiast extolling the virtues of hot rod mods rather than a tech CEO discussing new edge processors, AI PCs, and data center equipment.

compucom blog - Future Ready – HP’s New Portfolio of AI Devices

Future Ready – HP New Portfolio of AI Devices

As those even remotely tuned into today’s IT landscape know — the hot topic is artificial intelligence (AI). It was no different at the HP Amplify Partner Conference that I attended in Las Vegas earlier this month. But at the event, the global technology leader made it clear they’re not just paying lip service to a buzzword — they’re rolling out innovations now to empower customers to fully harness the benefits of AI.  

Healthcare professional working on a laptop related to cybersecurity

Protect Healthcare Data Without Sacrificing Device Usability

The increased pace of digital transformation in healthcare over the past few years, with improvements such as patient record access from mobile devices, has improved patient care and streamlined workflows. However, it has also introduced new data security and privacy risks for electronic health records (EHR). This is especially alarming with the current rate and sophistication of cyberattacks.