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eWEEK SECURITY TRENDS ANALYSIS: The debate over point products versus platforms is over: Platforms have won.
Many companies internationally are requiring their employees to telecommute from home if possible, so remote connectivity and reliable business productivity suites are in demand more than usual.
#eWEEKCHAT PREVIEW: Reserve an hour on Wednesday to participate in an informative, interactive chat session about how health care IT is evolving to meet the needs of larger populations--as well as pandemics, such as coronavirus.
eWEEK ANALYSIS: Five years ago, Compuware was fading out of existence. The company's products were stodgy; its leadership was questionable; its revenues declining. Then new CEO Chris O’Malley intervened, changing the way the company did business.
eWEEK EVENT ANALYSIS: Securing DevOps and SaaS, and managing the human element were dominant trends at Innovation Sandbox, the annual startup competition at RSA 2020 Conference.
Compuware, once the largest tech company in Michigan and since 1973 a provider of mainframe application development, delivery and support solutions, will bring added data center expertise to its new owner.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Except for a few mission-critical processes that will remain on-premises because they require intense oversight and control, much of an enterprise’s workloads and data soon will be spread across multi-cloud environments.
eWEEK NEWS ANALYSIS: While Lenovo's 4G Yoga notebooks get good battery life and have an impressively low carry weight, they still can’t fulfill the promise of having a portable workstation or gaming machine until their 5G younger sibling launches--which is very soon.
Edge devices will gather, analyze and store information about the user, their environment and their response to it. The result is that more of your information will be in devices that you can (and cannot) see. This is “small data sprawl”–where slices of information about you will be spread...
RiskSense brings vulnerability management prioritization to the masses.
How Big Switch beefs up Arista’s packet broker strategy.
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.