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The OneNote desktop client will now pause file synchronization operations when Windows slips into its power-saving mode.
eWEEK CASE STUDY: Otis Elevator is creating smarter buildings by using Internet of Things technology to monitor the health of its people-moving equipment to enable predictive maintenance and boost customer satisfaction.
Red Hat's latest update of Ansible Engine includes new capabilities that make it easier to support automation across multiple cloud environments.
DAILY VIDEO: AWS is adding artificial intelligence and compute services to its cloud lineup, and Micron and Intel will terminate their 3D XPoint joint development program.
Cloud-native application development is an approach to building and running an application that can take full advantage of the cloud computing model based on four key tenets: services for architecture, APIs for communication, containers for infrastructure and DevOps for process.
Barracuda now supports all three major public cloud providers with its CloudGen Web Application Firewall technology and enables multicloud management capabilities.
New features in Windows Admin Center Server allow users to manage updates on managed servers running on Microsoft’s Azure Cloud platform.
Compuware reveals a product acquisition, several enhancements to its Topaz for Total Test platform and a partnership that it believes will improve the ability of large enterprises to embrace agile development and DevOps on their mainframes.
New software-as-a-service application automatically adds and removes query processing capacity to a database cluster as workload demand rises and falls, resulting in agility and responsiveness for end users.
At its AWS Summit 2018 in New York, Amazon Web Services announced it was adding new artificial intelligence machine learning and compute services on the AWS cloud.
Walmart plans to use Microsoft's intelligent cloud offerings to modernize its operations and migrate hundreds of applications to Azure.
SOLUTION ANALYSIS: Workspot’s cloud-native VDI broker deploys cloud desktops, apps and GPU workstations on Microsoft Azure in one day and simplifies VDI management with its single pane-of- glass approach.
Azure SQL Data Warehouse customers can expect twice the query performance and fewer problems accommodating multiple users.