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Flash storage pioneer, which has seen hard times, has fine-tuned its strategy and is going only after what it calls the “extreme-performance” storage market. It also has a new hot-shot flash array to talk about.
It’s important for any organization trying to maximize growth to find its strategic sweet spot—a set of optimal decisions and investments offering the highest expected return for a particular level of risk.
Nuance Communications has integrated its Dragon Medical Virtual Assistant with Epic Systems’ electronic health records. The work with natural language processing is showing promise in helping ease some burdens of working with EHR systems.
Adobe updates its Adobe Cloud Platform as the Adobe Experience Platform and designates it as the “data foundation for customer experience management.” It also started the Open Data Initiative with Microsoft and SAP as partners.
Adobe's new virtual analyst uses AI and machine learning to help companies uncover information on customer interactions and trends previously hidden or that required far greater time by data scientists to make accessible.
Technologies that are transforming data centers in other sectors are enabling television and video teams to produce, edit, finish and deliver clearer, crisper and more lifelike content faster and at lower cost.
Data visualization helps people put data in understandable context. When executed well, data visualization can cast light on connections and insights that otherwise would have gone unnoticed.
This eWEEK Data Point article examines challenges that businesses across vertical markets face when it comes to the network and how an effective edge strategy can alleviate those concerns.
With data lakes swiftly growing, IT is increasingly investing in the cloud-based big data processing tools and self-service analytics solutions.
NEWS ANALYSIS: As AWS has scaled out, it now perceives a need for new-gen functionality inside DBs that are easier to manage, not as expensive to maintain, and more flexible in integrating and moving workloads.