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eWEEK ROBOTICS PERSPECTIVE: We still live in a time when mental health is misunderstood and too little discussed. Can impersonal robots with artificial intelligence step into that gap and help us?
eWEEK SECURITY NEWS & TREND ANALYSIS: Security provider wants to pave the way for a future where identity management is in the hands of individuals.
eWEEK PC HARDWARE ANALYSIS: Qualcomm’s problem is that apps on Windows were developed for x86 and have, at times, run poorly on Qualcomm’s platform. To address that at Microsoft Ignite this week, the company announced, along with Microsoft, an expanded App Assure program so that those buying...
eWEEK DATA POINTS: The cybersecurity skills gap is about much more than organizations having difficulty filling open positions; it’s an existential threat to the ongoing viability of those organizations.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Artificial intelligence for IT operations (AIOps) is an umbrella term for the use of big data analytics, machine learning (ML) and other artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to automate the identification and resolution of common information technology issues.
eWEEK TOP COMPANIES: How does one secure "data in use"? Think of it as a logical next step beyond conventional solutions, like encrypting data when it is at rest (in storage environments) and in transit (being moved across networks). These companies are the best in the world at this time.
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.