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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 PERSPECTIVE: The advantages of the fourth industrial revolution are accruing more quickly and readily among enterprises than they are in small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs). This must be equalized for more people to benefit from IT innovation.
eWEEK COMPANY ROADMAP ANALYSIS: Think 2020 Digital indicated that it is clear IBM understands the challenges that businesses face in these far-from-normal times. It is also clear that the company plans to use its historical and business perspective to be a reliable ally.
eWEEK NEWS & TREND ANALYSIS: Under the leadership of CEO and President Dr. Lisa Su, AMD has revitalized its data center ambitions and efforts via its EPYC chips, which have been adopted by numerous system vendors, including Lenovo.
eWEEK NEWS AND TREND ANALYSIS: Cumulus provides a strategic acquisition for NVIDIA to establish itself a stronger networking vendor.
eWEEK CHANNEL ANALYSIS: The huge IT hardware, software and services provider is going beyond the call of duty in helping its partners as they weather the COVID-19 crisis.
eWEEK IT SCIENCE CASE STUDY: How Redwood Logistics used advanced automation to triple business volume while maintaining costs.
eWEEK PRODUCT/TREND ANALYSIS: Using Vantiq, users can create applications based on data streams from any source, such as IoT and mobile devices, existing enterprise systems and personal mobile devices.
eWEEK IT SCIENCE: Frustrated with navigating the tradeoffs between speed and security, Wizards of the Coast sought out a cloud-native solution that could provide agentless visibility and packet-level granularity. ExtraHop turned out to be the answer.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: A new approach dubbed SASE is emerging to fill the void in new-gen data center security.
eWEEK GREEN IT ANALYSIS: Large-scale cloud data centers and supercomputing installations are among the world’s biggest consumers of electrical power, much of it produced by means of unsustainable fossil fuel resources. Are IT vendors and their customers doing anything to address these issues?...