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New-gen data storage, whether on premises or in the cloud, is all about systems providing the correct information for employees on demand while at the same time maintaining data privacy for users at all levels. These requirements are the same for any size enterprise.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Much of the responsibility to maintain business applications and the networks running them has fallen on the shoulders of a relatively new segment called endpoint management. Here's the lowdown on this important new sector.
PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The R3 Series offers massive 400 Gig throughput and density, making it ideal for edge services.
NEW PRODUCT NEWS/ANALYSIS: HyTrust CloudControl 6.0 expands to include VMware vSphere and NSX, the AWS cloud and Kubernetes. The expanded platform addresses problems organizations currently face in trying to secure and ensure compliance of their hybrid, multi-cloud environments efficiently....
How does an enterprise select a managed services provider to handle important integrations of business apps and services to the cloud? Decision-makers can start by reading a side-by-side account of the market leaders in this eWEEK Top Companies article.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: The average time to close a mortgage is three weeks or more. New AI-based technology can get that close time down to one to two days. This article explains how AI is changing the mortgage industry for the better--and how this could happen in the next 12 months.
NEWS ANALYSIS: At the opening of its new San Jose, Calif. headquarters HPE showed off advances in security, big data and artificial intelligence as well as a new approach to wooing big corporate customers.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The company is touting integrations with VMware and others as it rolls out new and improved products in storage, networking, compute and hyperconverged.
NEWS ANALYSIS: At its annual user conference, the company unveils a broad hybrid cloud initiative that includes VMware’s Cloud and Cloud Foundation and Microsoft Azure.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Dell had become excessively risk averse, and it needed to make a change so that it could again accept reasonable risks in order to advance in the market. Here's how the company approached this issue.