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eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The more that companies work with cloud technologies, the more comfortable they become. Since no single cloud platform provides everything that organizations need, multi-cloud has become the de facto approach for businesses.
eWEEK NEWS ANALYSIS: Dell EMC is moving to the head of the IT class in eco-consciousness, among other important long-range initiatives.
eWEEK NEW-PRODUCT REVIEW: Given that the Surface line targets Apple and is considered a premium product, Microsoft wanted to get it right, and for a tablet-forward design, the Surface Pro X seems to get it exactly right.
eWEEK PRODUCT TREND ANALYSIS: Bank of America is moving away from the BYOD concept and may be ready for a new, high-security business-focused smartphone not made by Apple, Samsung or other major producer. Could BlackBerry and Qualcomm be in the right place at the right time?
eWEEK NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS: This is a beast of an edge server because it is powered by NVIDIA’s CUDA Tensor Core GPU, has cryptographic acceleration for encryption, networking for Mellanox, NVMe over TCP and RDMA for storage, an industrial-strength cloud native stack and hardened AI software.
eWEEK PRODUCT REVIEW: The most obvious innovations in the iPhone 11 Pro revolve around the new three-camera photographic system, but some new features may be more important to business users.
eWEEK NEWS AND PRODUCT ANALYSIS: All in a day's work: Data memory and chipmaker unveils first 3D XPoint commercial product, new SSDs, a new AI platform and a cloud-based security service.
eWEEK PRODUCT REVIEW: HP's latest mobile PC is basically a desktop workstation masquerading as a power laptop, as its 32GB of RAM and half-terabyte of storage will testify. Great for general business use and storing / presenting video and presentations of all kinds.
eWEEK NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The Surface project has fixed some operational problems regarding both Microsoft and Intel, which should result in better products going forward. New versions of the Surface were launched this week.
eWEEK INSIDE ANALYSIS: Larry Ellison tells analysts that Oracle’s cloud computing business could exceed the size of rival Amazon Web Services if a great majority of its users switch from running its database on their own computers to running on Oracle’s Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).
eWEEK NEW-PRODUCT RESOURCE PAGE: It’s expected among industry analysts that this launch will make a huge impact upon the data center storage industry, which has always had to fight bottlenecks inside storage networking and connections.