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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.
Edge devices will gather, analyze and store information about the user, their environment and their response to it. The result is that more of your information will be in devices that you can (and cannot) see. This is “small data sprawl”–where slices of information about you will be spread...
How Big Switch beefs up Arista’s packet broker strategy.
eWEEK PREDICTIONS 2020: Here's what several IT thought leaders believe we can expect to see in the realms of artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics-based automation this year.
eWEEK NEWS / PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Since the advent of the PC in 1981, the world has pivoted to the cloud, and, in that world, we need a new-age terminal.
Even though people are embedding more and more technology into their lives, organizations’ attempts to meet their needs and expectations can fall short. Thus, it has to be all about what people want, not what companies want.
eWEEK CASE STUDY: A highly successful furniture maker explains how its longtime relationship with SAP has enabled the company to maintain growth through the decades.
eWEEK NEWS ANALYSIS: Why it is important to give credit to a departing CEO while we anticipate the positive changes of the incoming CEO.
Reserve an hour on Wednesday to participate in an informative, interactive chat session about how massive amounts of data are being controlled and managed to best effect for new-age enterprises.
eWEEK PRODUCT NEWS/ANALYSIS: Stellus describes itself as "the world's fastest flash storage." That, folks, is a rather strong statement, but the company is demonstrating that it can back it up.