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IT SCIENCE CASE STUDY: MetroStar Systems, a leading provider of IT services and consulting primarily to government agencies, was under executive direction to reduce its Amazon Web Services bill. When it discovered Turbonomic, its problems were solved.
Expect more “digital workers” while CIOs focus less on the day-to-day and more on digital transformation in 2019. These are just a couple of predictions Forrester is making about the coming year.
Anticipating that robots will emerge as their "office buddies," young people in the "Generation Z" demographic will seek out employers who bring the "latest/greatest" tech tools to the workplace.
eWEEK DEEP DIVE: In this article, Walls, chief architect of IBM’s Flash Systems storage organization, provides insights into the current state of enterprise storage. Walls is particularly well-suited to that task since his remarkable three-decade-long IBM career spans key evolutions in modern...
COMPANY ACQUISITION: In a significant buildout of its digital workspace strategy, Citrix announced it has bought micro apps provider Sapho, which it plans to integrate with its own services designed to make enterprise employees more productive.
eWEEK is creating a new series of articles which examine all sectors of IT and present up-to-date research and analysis on the leading companies in each space. It's all designed for enterprise buyers of hardware, software, services and cloud products to have more and better information in hand...
DAILY VIDEO: Why most executives believe their companies aren't ready for AI, and Apple iPhone is hacked at Mobile Pwn2Own 2018.
PRODUCT UPDATE NEWS: The hybrid cloud management platform update simplifies cloud adoption with support for AWS Lambda and Azure CSP Program, improved automation and compliance analysis remediation.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Google lost control of a large swath of its IP addresses as a misconfigured router directed its traffic to networks in Russia, China and Nigeria.
NEWS ANALYSIS: From Michael Dell’s viewpoint—and he is hardly an outlier here—we are facing an ever-growing tsunami of data, and the related problems and opportunities are massive. He argues that Dell, at its current massive scale, is the only company that can stretch from the edge, embrace...