IT Management News & Reviews
Chris Preimesberger, Updated May 25, 2020 10:00 AM
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eWEEK COMPANY ROADMAP ANALYSIS: Think 2020 Digital indicated that it is clear IBM understands the challenges that businesses face in these far-from-normal times. It is also clear that the company plans to use its historical and business perspective to be a reliable ally.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: The workplace has become a multi-faceted beast, and the interactive technologies that have been emerging during the past decade have made workplaces more flexible, productive and satisfying in order to solve these issues.
eWEEK SPECIAL FEATURE: Edge Technologies' chief executive also learned a few things about himself, along with things that he never would have taken the time to consider before this enforced timeout.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: It's time to rethink data protection. Archiving data and sending it off to some faraway place with the hope that it will never be needed again is antiquated. Businesses can no longer afford to wait weeks, days or even hours to restore their data.
eWEEK ANALYSIS: COVID-19 requires companies to rethink EDR and take a look at a managed service.
eWEEK NEWS & TREND ANALYSIS: Under the leadership of CEO and President Dr. Lisa Su, AMD has revitalized its data center ambitions and efforts via its EPYC chips, which have been adopted by numerous system vendors, including Lenovo.
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 DATA POINTS: Once the industry standard, black-box-type machine-learning projects tended to offer high degrees of accuracy, but they also generated minimal actionable insights and resulted in a lack of accountability in the data-driven decision-making process. The trend now is toward...
eWEEK CHANNEL ANALYSIS: The huge IT hardware, software and services provider is going beyond the call of duty in helping its partners as they weather the COVID-19 crisis.
eWEEK NETWORKING ANALYSIS: In a bit of a surprise move, video provider Zoom chooses Oracle to complement AWS.