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eWEEK PREDICTIONS 2020: Here's what several IT thought leaders believe we can expect to see in the realms of artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics-based automation this year.
The vast majority of OEM and other solutions created by the tech industry are dependent on strategic relationships that make the most out of each partner’s particular skills and expertise. Here's an example of how Dell Technologies is working with an IoT provider in the UK.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: To overcome legacy networking challenges, organizations are increasingly deploying network performance monitoring and diagnostic (NPMD) platforms that collect and visualize a variety of network data, so IT can proactively manage the network from the core (data centers) to...
eWEEK NEWS / PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Since the advent of the PC in 1981, the world has pivoted to the cloud, and, in that world, we need a new-age terminal.
Reserve an hour on Wednesday to participate in an informative, interactive chat session about how massive amounts of data are being controlled and managed to best effect for new-age enterprises.
eWEEK PRODUCT NEWS/ANALYSIS: Stellus describes itself as "the world's fastest flash storage." That, folks, is a rather strong statement, but the company is demonstrating that it can back it up.
How early attempts to deploy machine learning inside real-world use cases have led to a new approach called Federated Machine Learning.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: What it means that Google is purchasing AppSheet, an 8-year-old no-code platform that specializes in enabling users to build apps without having to write any code.
eWEEK Editor Chris Preimesberger will moderate a live panel discussion on new-gen technology being used to cut costs and improve effectiveness in health care IT.
This eWEEK Data Points article is a little more technical than most, but we're running it because these advances in data storage don't come along every day, and they directly impact a growing number of enterprise systems.