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eWEEK COLLABORATION PRODUCT ANALYSIS: COVID-19 will eventually run its course, but the new era of collaboration is here to stay. No one can really be sure what the post-COVID-19 new norm will look like, but the one thing that's certain is that video, meetings, messaging and chat will be part...
eWEEK NEWS AND TREND ANALYSIS: Cumulus provides a strategic acquisition for NVIDIA to establish itself a stronger networking vendor.
eWEEK NETWORKING ANALYSIS: The promise of 6-gigahertz WiFi sounds a lot like the promise of 5G, and while they are two different services, they'll have a lot in common, including high speeds and low latency.
eWEEK NETWORKING ANALYSIS: In a bit of a surprise move, video provider Zoom chooses Oracle to complement AWS.
eWEEK TREND ANALYSIS: A recent study from the Germany-based Mercator Institute for China Studies contends that advanced technology-producing states in the EU directly affected by U.S. trade controls with China must better coordinate their actions.
eWEEK IT SCIENCE CASE STUDY: Freedom Financial Network wanted to prioritize its employees’ experience by resolving their IT issues within seconds—not days. Moveworks now enables those employees to get the IT support they need, straight on Slack, in real time.
eWEEK IT SCIENCE CASE STUDY: How Redwood Logistics used advanced automation to triple business volume while maintaining costs.
eWEEK PRODUCT/TREND ANALYSIS: Using Vantiq, users can create applications based on data streams from any source, such as IoT and mobile devices, existing enterprise systems and personal mobile devices.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Being able to support a remote workforce, essentially overnight, under the guise of protecting lives, brings a whole new pressure to the role of CISO.
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eWEEK DATA POINTS: When paired with a persistent, real-time, single customer record, AI and automated machine learning platforms can be utilized to meet those business goals, increase revenue and fundamentally change the way brands communication with customers.
eWEEK NEWS ANALYSIS: 1,200 megahertz of new spectrum will be a game changer for WiFi in general and for business users who need it for IoT, network backbones and manufacturing.