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Frank Ohlhorst, September 08, 2020 10:11 AM
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eWEEK PERSPECTIVE: RangeForce’s new approach to guided, cloud-based training brings measurement and management to technology training that was previously unheard of.
eWEEK PROCESSOR ANALYSIS: While Optane can't quite match DRAM in speed, it has the advantage of persistence. That is, it doesn't need electricity to retain its state, and this can be very valuable to an enterprise system.
eWEEK MOBILE DEVICE ANALYSIS: Microsoft’s new Surface Duo has the potential to do what the company has never done successfully: force a market pivot to a new model.
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.
eWEEK IT MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS: If one had to assign a letter grade to Robbins' first five years, an A would certainly be in order. The stock has reached a high not seen since the dot-com-crazy late ‘90s, product gross margins are now in the mid 60% range, and the network business has seen a...
eWEEK INDUSTRY REGULATION PERSPECTIVE: Congress has been looking at large technology companies out of fear for years, but mostly it has failed to do anything. That may change.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Among other issues, a recent study found that effective communication among departments and from management to employees is lacking in many areas, causing conflicts that shouldn't happen in the first place.
eWEEK IT SCIENCE: KUKA needed a solution that would both accelerate its software release process and improve the quality of its Salesforce releases. Copado was the answer.
The project is designed to bring together existing and new resources from LinkedIn, GitHub and Microsoft. It also includes a new application to be added later this year to the Microsoft Teams platform that will help employers upskill new and existing employees.
eWEEK EXCLUSIVE: Startup Anjuna has developed Enterprise Enclaves, a software security stack inside new CPUs from Intel and AMD that may become the groundwork for a new age of secure enterprise computing.
eWEEK HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPUTING ANALYSIS: Big Blue, long a leader in creating some of the industry’s fastest and most powerful supercomputers, is developing new innovations that will make world-class HPC more accessible, effective and affordable than ever before.
eWEEK TREND ANALYSIS: Qualcomm has an impressive robotics offering in its RB5 robotics platform. The technology, when applied to a full product, has the capability of redefining what an autonomous machine, either fixed or mobile, can do.