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Best known for GoToMeeting, LogMeIn has made GoTo the umbrella brand for a suite of unified communications and collaboration services that includes GoToMeeting. The company also debuted new applications and updates under the GoTo brand.
NEWS ANALYSIS: New legislation, if adopted, would set purchasing requirements for government IoT devices, which in turn would affect the availability of secure IoT for industry.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW: FogHorn’s software platform brings advanced analytics and machine learning to the on-premises edge environment, enabling a new class of applications for advanced monitoring and diagnostics, machine performance optimization, proactive maintenance and operational intelligence...
Other enhancements to the cloud-based Apple device platform include expanded MDM services and script sharing capabilities.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Microsoft has made two announcements concerning key changes coming to Microsoft Exchange Unified Messaging functionality – and many organizations will be affected.
The service gives business users the ability to build new mixed reality applications for a wide range of uses.
FUTURE TECH NEWS: At the recent HIMSS health care IT conference, dozens of vendors showed a range of solutions that are designed to do a better job of monitoring patients once they leave the hospital and head into rehabilitation, long-term facilities or home care.
NETWORKING TREND ANALYSIS: Cato’s approach is to run its own cloud-native networking and security stack. In a sense, it’s the cross-section of AWS, networking and security. By owning the network, Cato can control traffic, which can have big implications for nationwide or global companies.
FUTURE TECH NEWS: A true commercial-grade VR headset called the Varjo VR-1 which, at nearly $6,000 plus $1,000 per year for services isn’t a cheap date, but it establishes what is likely the baseline for quality for the segment.
Enterprise buyers can now equip their Durabook R11 tablets with Intel 8th-generation processors for more computing power.