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eWEEK NEW-PRODUCT NEWS: HYCU is making its HYCU for Azure data protection functionality available free of charge for the next three months, CEO Simon Taylor said.
eWEEK STORAGE ANALYSIS: With more and more businesses undergoing digital transformations, the amount of data they generate continues to grow each day, which is creating new challenges for organizations of all sizes. This data not only needs to be managed, but also protected and securely stored.
eWEEK ANALYSIS: A Masergy study finds that businesses struggle with network and security issues when moving communications to the cloud.
eWEEK TREND ANALYSIS: The COVID-19 coronavirus has thrown the supply chains for some industries into disarray, but when you add the oil price war into the mix, the result is near chaos. A good analytics program can offer predictive help in situations like this.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: During the past year, we’ve seen a frenzy of investment occurring on the 5G startup investment front, with companies like Qualcomm, Cisco Systems and others looking for startups to support.
eWEEK TREND ANALYSIS: When the coronavirus pandemic is over, the business world will be changed forever, and companies like Zoom, Cisco Systems, Zoho, Box and others will find themselves in even greater demand.
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The Aerospike next-generation NoSQL database is powered by a patented Hybrid Memory Architecture that’s proven in enterprises worldwide to fully leverage the power of modern hardware for hyperscale data-driven applications.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: An enterprise can take six to 18 months to deploy a single machine learning model to production. By that time, requirements can change, and time and energy are lost. Continuous development can be an answer to this problem.
eWEEK NEWS: Honeywell isn't often in the news for its IT innovation, but the venerable company deserves a look at what it's doing in several IT sectors.
eWEEK NEWS ANALYSIS: The program will provide up to 20,000 of Zoho's small business customers with free access to their existing Zoho applications for up to three months.
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