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eWEEK ANALYSIS: More than 27,900 new IT jobs were created in the first quarter of 2020 in the United States, even with the COVID-19 work shutdown.
eWEEK NEWS: Data Connectors holds the 2020 Los Angeles Virtual Cybersecurity Summit, with more virtual events to come.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: In order for enterprises to stay at pace with the competition, they need to have a pulse on what the IT workforce looks like today and what their teams will need in 5-10 years to prepare and retain talent.
eWEEK TREND ANALYSIS: Part of what is coming is vastly improved AR glasses. These would allow you to easily pick out anyone running a temperature, enabling you to avoid people who both have the virus and are the most viral.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: An enterprise can take six to 18 months to deploy a single machine learning model to production. By that time, requirements can change, and time and energy are lost. Continuous development can be an answer to this problem.
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Metawave SPEKTRA is a new kind of analog beamsteering radar to detect and classify objects in all-weather, complex driving scenarios, giving automakers the sensor needed to deliver highly automated driving.
eWEEK NEWS: Honeywell isn't often in the news for its IT innovation, but the venerable company deserves a look at what it's doing in several IT sectors.
eWEEK IT SCIENCE: How 1-800 Contacts used technology skills development platform Pluralsight to help launch CTAC University, a program that made technology skill development available to hourly associates to empower them to move into full-time technology roles.
eWEEK ANALYSIS: Network engineers should take a look at Cisco DevNet exams to address the future of their careers.
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS: What Glue and other products do is that they render an avatar, which takes up far less bandwidth, allowing them to maintain low latency and uptime while providing what seems like a better interactive experience.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Certain best practices are absolutely necessary to master if you want to harness the power of data with both speed and security. A prominent proponent of the DataOps approach to management shows us nine of them in this article.