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eWEEK PRODUCT RESOURCE PAGE: Lexalytics connects to customers’ internal and external databases, warehouses and firehoses to reveal contextual patterns and insights within comments, reviews, articles, emails, survey responses, contracts, and other unstructured text documents.
NEWS ANALYSIS: There is no bigger IT news than this week’s announcement of the Microsoft Edge Chromium browser for Apple. It is a game-changer, and here is why.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The traditional enterprise software axis of Oracle and SAP has infiltrated Google, which until now was known as a technology powerhouse that was lacking in enterprise chops.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Found in violation of European antitrust laws, Google is hit with over $9 billion in EU fines. Add to that Facebook’s recent woes, and what does this mean for big tech in the U.S.?
NEWS ANALYSIS: European regulators are working to set the bar where they think Silicon Valley will pay attention, which also means other U.S. companies are at risk.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: To better serve new and existing customers, many enterprises are turning to technologies such as voice assistants to improve their customer care capabilities. Voice UI has grown alongside that of digital assistants such as Siri, Google, Cortana and Alexa and has shaped consumer...
LegalZoom evaluated several different vendors but chose Algolia because staff was confident it could help them create the relevant search experience they were aiming to build.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Phishing is one of the greatest risks to political campaigns in the United States and elsewhere, just as it’s a primary cause of breaches everywhere.
The search giant unwrapped several new enterprise features at its Google Next '18 conference, including new security features for Gmail and the general availability of previously announced services that had been in beta release.
The Envoy cloud services proxy mesh is the first project to benefit from the CNCF's security audit process with Kubernetes set to follow in the future.
In July, Google's Chrome browser will begin to label any site and any web page still using HTTP as "not secure."
Box, Dropbox and Google Drive customers are wooed by an offer of free OneDrive access for their business in the face of new features from Google.