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eWEEK PRODUCT REVIEW: This new convertible tablet is a personal computer that adjusts to your situation, rather than the user having to adjust to the device’s capability.
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eWEEK CLOUD NEWS: The fully managed virtual private cloud offers all of Oracle’s public cloud services, including Autonomous Database and SaaS applications, for customer data centers.
eWEEK CLOUD MARKET ANALYSIS: To the surprise of few industry observers, Amazon retained the No. 1 position in the IaaS market in 2019, followed by Microsoft, Alibaba, Google and Tencent.
#eWEEKchat PREVIEW: Plan to join us on Tuesday, Aug. 11, for an #eWEEKchat about trends in new-generation cloud computing, in which we will discuss the impact of more intelligence in the apps, new techniques in cloud administration and better security on all ends of data transactions.
eWEEK CLOUD MARKET ANALYSIS: Amazon Web Services' market share remained at its long-standing mark of around 33%, while Microsoft Azure was at 18% for the third consecutive quarter and Google Cloud’s share nudged up to 9%.
eWEEK NETWORKING ANALYSIS: COVID-19 has created a rise in usage of Microsoft Teams, but some gaps exist to make it business grade.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: More and more companies are announcing that employees won’t be coming back into the office anytime soon. In this article, Cam Roberson of Beachhead Solutions highlights five ways to keep data secure with a WFH workforce.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: As more and more employees move to work-from-home environments, daily micro-frustrations are becoming part of a more concerning overall picture.
eWEEK AERIAL PERSPECTIVE: The infusion of artificial intelligence into drones opens up a whole new world of opportunities.
eWEEK NEWS ANALYSIS: Work from home, modernization and service expansion are driving contact centers into the cloud.
eWEEK CLOUD PERSPECTIVE: It used to be nearly impossible to compare cloud costs because different providers typically have their own nomenclature for cloud features, define services differently and offer different tiers of services that don’t line up with one another. Forget apples-to-apples...
eWEEK NETWORKING ANALYSIS: The role of the network has changed, and it’s time for network service providers to change their SLAs.