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Wayne Rash | Updated
UPDATE: With the publication this week of Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes' New York Times article on this topic, eWEEK is re-publishing this Feb. 1 column by longtime Contributing Editor Wayne Rash, which predated Hughes' article by more than two months.
As more enterprises look to hybrid and multicloud solutions, Nutanix hopes to win them over with enhancements to its hyperconverged infrastructure solution that includes an easier way to deploy and manage third-party storage and recovery.
PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Ordr’s Systems Control Engine uses artificial intelligence to help companies manage and secure IoT deployments.
Despite market uncertainty, business spending sentiment is increasing in aggregate across industries and within retail and financial services, according to a study of cumulative transaction data.
How does an enterprise select a managed services provider to handle important integrations of business apps and services to the cloud? Decision-makers can start by reading a side-by-side account of the market leaders in this eWEEK Top Companies article.
Chris Preimesberger | Updated
JOIN US: This is a chat-based conversation with DevOps experts Kate Catlin of CircleCI and Oracle Principal Engineer Karthik Gaekwad about the state of rapid development here in 2019. It's a format change from previous #eWEEKchats, but we're going to give it a go!
Project management software has the capacity to help plan, organize and manage resource tools and develop resource estimates. Depending on the sophistication of the software, it can manage many tasks, such as estimation and planning, scheduling, cost control and budget management, resource...
eWEEK DATA POINTS: The average time to close a mortgage is three weeks or more. New AI-based technology can get that close time down to one to two days. This article explains how AI is changing the mortgage industry for the better--and how this could happen in the next 12 months.
NEWS ANALYSIS: At the opening of its new San Jose, Calif. headquarters HPE showed off advances in security, big data and artificial intelligence as well as a new approach to wooing big corporate customers.