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eWEEK DATA POINTS: With the transition to work-from-home, B2B buyers are going to behave differently. B2B marketers need to be thinking about how to evolve their ABM strategies when dealing with a remote audience.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: This year’s global pandemic highlighted the importance of being able to swiftly pivot to better meet customer needs. Companies across every industry raced to create more memorable digital experiences and secure customer loyalty. The brands with a strong investment in digital...
eWEEK PC ANALYSIS: The Gateway is a performance-first design; it is a low-cost gaming machine. The Microsoft Surface Go laptop, on the other hand, follows the Apple design method of form over function. Both are destined for very different audiences.
eWEEK IT BUSINESS PERSPECTIVE: Elemental changes among IBM’s enterprise customers and in global markets are shifting emphasis away from traditional infrastructure services, including assembly and testing, product engineering and IT economics consulting. Changes need to be made.
eWEEK PERSPECTIVE: Cisco Webex integration with learning management systems is designed to improve hybrid learning IT.
eWEEK TOP COMPANIES: How does one secure "data in use"? Think of it as a logical next step beyond conventional solutions, like encrypting data when it is at rest (in storage environments) and in transit (being moved across networks). These companies are the best in the world at this time.
eWEEK NETWORKING PERSPECTIVE: Experts have been predicting the death of InfiniBand for years, but AI and analytics have created a resurgence in the protocol.
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eWEEK TREND ANALYSIS: With the acquisition of Highfive, Dialpad is set up to ride the growing video wave.
eWEEK PRODUCT REVIEW: With its new Enduro line of devices--which includes ruggedized laptops and notebooks--Acer is jumping right in to compete with more established device makers such as Dell, Samsung and Panasonic.