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ViewSonic Aims 4K Monitor at Enterprise

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ViewSonic launches the VG2860MHL-4K-- a 4K/UHD (3840x2160) resolution monitor the company says is designed to cater for the needs of enterprise applications such as financial trading and content editing.

ViewSonic monitorThe display features 10-bit colour processing to deliver 1.07 billion colors as well as up to 96% sRGB. A MultiPicture function supports picture-in-picture (PIP), picture-by-picture (PBP) and equally split horizontal and vertical images from up to 4 video inputs.

Connectivity comes through DisplayPort 1.2 and Mini DisplayPort 1.2, both supporting 4K resolution at 60Hz. Further ports include HDMI, MHL and x4 USB.

Who Are the Best (and Worst) Software Vendors?

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Flexera Software and IDC collate the opinions of 147 enterprises on the state of their commercial software vendor of choice-- opinions resellers and vendors should do well to take note of.

PrizesThe survey covers some of the largest industry players around, namely Adobe, CA, Citrix, EMC, HP, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP,, Symantec and VMWare, who together represent 50% of the enterprise software market and over $200 billion in software spending. It consists of ratings across 8 categories, such as ease of product use, whether the vendor is easy to work with and the friendliness (or lack thereof) of the vendor's licensing regime.

The Rewards and Risks of Digital Transformation

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A study by Roland Berger Strategy Consultants and the Federation of German Industries (BDI) predicts digital transformation can add €1.25 trillion to European industrial value by 2025-- or diminish it by €605 billion.

Digital TransformationTitled "The Digital Transformation of Industry," the study surveys over 300 top decision makers in Germany and 30 interviews with CEOs and CTOs in DAX-listed companies and SMEs. It states digital transformation offers both "enormous opportunities" and "stiff challenges," but either way European companies need to act fast unless they want to be crowded out of lucrative parts of the value chain by market players from outside the industry.

A Huawei OS for the IoT

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Huawei launches LiteOS-- a lightweight (at all of 10KB) operating system designed for the devices making the Internet of Things (IoT) with zero configuration, auto-discovery and auto-networking support.

LiteOS AnnouncementLiteOS is an open source technology and can be deployed in just about every connected device, from electricity metros and street lights to wearable devices and connected vehicles.

According to the company global connections will total 100 billion by 2015, with 2 million new sensors being deployed every hour. As a result networks need a means to support such infrastructure, bringing about the Huawei Agile IoT Solution, which the LiteOS is part of.

CSC Splits in Two

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Computer Sciences Corporation announces it is going split into two independent pure-play companies-- one serving commercial and government clients globally and the other covering exclusively the US public sector.

CSCThe two companies are (perhaps predictably) named CSC Global Commercial and CSC US Public Sector. Both are the result of the "Get Fit" phase of the CSC turnaround plan, one based around a common operating goal, streamlined cost structure and improved go-to-market performance.

“CSC began its turnaround three years ago,” CEO Mike Lawrie says. “That turnaround has progressed strongly, and our focus now turns to positioning the business for long-term growth and leadership. The best way to accelerate that transformation is by separating the company into two businesses, each uniquely positioned to lead its market by focusing strongly on the needs of its clients.”

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