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eWEEK NEWS ANALYSIS: The realignment of Cisco’s technology leadership team aligns it with future trends.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: During the past year, the telco industry has seen a frenzy in the 5G start-up investment front, with companies such as Mavenir Networks seeing funding rounds totaling $105.3 million, Affirmed Networks achieving total funding at $155 million, Altiostar raising $357.5 million...
eWEEK DATA POINTS: More digital health data in increasingly interconnected systems is met by a rapid growth in cyber-threats.
eWEEK NEWS ANALYSIS: You can’t just send your workers to work at home without the involvement of the IT staff, and that involvement needs to start well before the order comes out.
Many companies internationally are requiring their employees to telecommute from home if possible, so remote connectivity and reliable business productivity suites are in demand more than usual.
eWEEK NEWS ANALYSIS: Many small and major IT conferences are being canceled due to the worldwide health crisis. As a result, many of these events are in the process of converting into virtual conferences.
eWEEK ANALYSIS: Five years ago, Compuware was fading out of existence. The company's products were stodgy; its leadership was questionable; its revenues declining. Then new CEO Chris O’Malley intervened, changing the way the company did business.
eWEEK NEWS TREND ANALYSIS: The potential of new 5G enterprise offerings is jaw-dropping, with massive upticks in bandwidth and devices supporting data-intensive services and processes, including those at the far edges of networks. Lenovo has some ideas about automation that may prove pivotal...
Compuware, once the largest tech company in Michigan and since 1973 a provider of mainframe application development, delivery and support solutions, will bring added data center expertise to its new owner.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Except for a few mission-critical processes that will remain on-premises because they require intense oversight and control, much of an enterprise’s workloads and data soon will be spread across multi-cloud environments.
eWEEK Q&A: Stephen Leonard has a rather big job at IBM: He is responsible for the development, sales and marketing of the company’s Power Systems solutions, as well as offerings for cloud computing platforms and data centers.