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DAILY VIDEO: Google Cloud Services Platform brings the cloud on premises, and Samsung's Galaxy Fold brings a big, 7.3-inch screen to a smartphone.
At Mobile World Congress, the OEM is showing off its ThinkServer SE350, a small system with enterprise-class processing and storage for edge deployments.
eWEEK is building a new IT products and services section that encompasses most of the categories that we cover on our site. In it, we will spotlight the leaders in each sector, which include enterprise software, hardware, security, on-premises-based systems and cloud services. We also will...
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Certain best practices are absolutely necessary for effective continuous testing of web and mobile apps. Sauce Labs offers six of them.
eWEEK IT SCIENCE: Mux, a video production SaaS and analytics company, needed to provide security and compliance for its container and Kubernetes-based environments across Google and Amazon clouds. StaxRox to the rescue.
eWEEK is creating a new series of articles which examine all sectors of IT and present up-to-date research and analysis on the leading companies in each space. It's all designed for enterprise buyers of hardware, software, services and cloud products to have more and better information in hand...
DAILY VIDEO: A new version of Adobe Experience Cloud streamlines content delivery, and Lenovo gets into the consumption-based data center space.
The public cloud isn't the only place where cloud-native Kubernetes workloads can run, as Google opens up a beta of its Cloud Services Platform, bringing the Google Kubernetes Engine to on-premises deployments.
The startup emerges from stealth with a different approach to helping organizations prevent attacks and segment cloud workloads.
The announcement also includes several other updates to Microsoft's Azure data services offerings for enterprise customers.
NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Addressing what the company says is an overlooked need, Pinpoint has launched an analytics platform it says will help executives get a better handle on how their software engineering projects are performing.