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eWEEK EXCLUSIVE: Startup Anjuna has developed Enterprise Enclaves, a software security stack inside new CPUs from Intel and AMD that may become the groundwork for a new age of secure enterprise computing.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: The COVID-19 pandemic is a perfect storm of opportunity for cybercriminals. These people understand that times of rapid transition can cause serious disruptions for organizations.
eWEEK NETWORKING ANALYSIS: The GPU market leader makes a number of announcements at International Supercomputing Conferences 2020.
eWEEK DATA PROTECTION PERSPECTIVE: “The issue we’re facing now is that the full scope of GDPR is not being used,” one expert told eWEEK. “There are still mechanisms that need to be tested. Europe really led the way on how to protect personal data—on paper. Now we need to make sure this is delivered...
eWEEK PRODUCT OVERVIEW & ANALYSIS: Claroty fills in important gaps between industrial cybersecurity IT and operational technology (OT) environments.
eWEEK NETWORKING COMPANY ANALYSIS: Aruba’s Edge Services Platform adds intelligence to the network to improve user performance and reduce operational expenses.
eWEEK PRODUCT OVERVIEW & INSIGHT: Cloudian’s global data fabric architecture enables enterprises to store, find and protect object and file data seamlessly across sites, both on-premises and in public clouds, within a single, unified platform.
#eWEEKchat PREVIEW: Plan to join us on Tuesday, June 9, for an #eWEEKchat about trends in new-generation data protection from ransomware, malware and other hacking tools.
eWEEK TOP COMPANIES: Collaboration tools allow teams to synchronize and share files—videos, documents, photographs, audio and other types, such as data logs and specific industry formats—to get work done more efficiently. Here is eWEEK’s evaluation of the leaders in this important IT segment.
eWEEK SECURITY PERSPECTIVE: Two years after the institution of the EU data privacy regulation that has impacted business globally, some aspects of data protection have improved, while others have not. The jury is still out on the effectiveness of the law.