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eWEEK TREND ANALYSIS: Part of what is coming is vastly improved AR glasses. These would allow you to easily pick out anyone running a temperature, enabling you to avoid people who both have the virus and are the most viral.
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: Metawave SPEKTRA is a new kind of analog beamsteering radar to detect and classify objects in all-weather, complex driving scenarios, giving automakers the sensor needed to deliver highly automated driving.
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.
Moving from the office to a work-at-home situation will be an adjustment—not just for you, but for your co-workers, bosses, and the people and creatures you live with. But who knows? This giant, unplanned telecommuting experiment may pave the way for this to become the new normal, long after...
eWEEK IT MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS: The virus outbreak has driven companies to cancel travel and instruct individuals to work from home. Both of those responses require a careful rethinking of collaboration strategies.
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS: What Glue and other products do is that they render an avatar, which takes up far less bandwidth, allowing them to maintain low latency and uptime while providing what seems like a better interactive experience.
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.
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