Dell has unveiled the Chromebook 13, the company's first premium-level business Chromebook that incorporates features and security required by enterprise users.
The new device was announced by the company on Aug. 13, featuring a 13.3-inch display, a choice of processors up to 5th generation Intel Core i5 CPUs, up to 12 hours of battery life and more. The Chromebook 13 runs on the Google Chrome operating system and provides users with manageability and security software and applications that are built for business users.
L33tdawg: Saumil Shah's stegosploit in the wild!
A stealthy modular version of the Stegoloader banking trojan is spreading through malicious PNG files, according to researchers at Dell SecureWorks' Counter Threat Unit (CTU).
The CTU researchers reported uncovering the variant in a threat advisory, warning that the malware has an advanced modular architecture capable of dodging many traditional security tools.
Almost two years ago, we closed out our review of Dell’s first Linux-powered Developer Edition laptop with some words of wisdom from my former uber-sysadmin mentor, a fellow named Rick, with whom I worked at Boeing for many, many years. Rick is now retired and living the life of an itinerant world-traveling SCUBA master, but he’s been hacking on Linux since around the time Linus first dropped the kernel on comp.os.minix.
Dell has confirmed that its new curved monitor will go on sale this week. The announcement was made at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, at which the company also unveiled its striking new XPS 13 notebook and the Venue 8 7000 Series, which it calls the "world's thinnest tablet".
The company first showed its U3415W UltraSharp 34 curved monitor back in August, and after a long wait, Dell has said that it will finally go on sale on Thursday. The 34-inch display features an ultra-wide 21:9 aspect ratio and a curved LCD panel with WQHD (3440x1440px) resolution.
Managing data and applications on mobile devices should be a priority for IT admins, according to Dell.
Businesses need to focus on the software side of things, not just the hardware it is running on, Don Ferguson, VP and CTO for software at Dell told delegates during a panel discussion.