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eWEEK NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS RESOURCE PAGE: It's all about consistency. VMware's new solutions aim to help organizations migrate, modernize and manage workloads across clouds, data centers and edge locations with consistent hybrid cloud infrastructure and operations.
eWEEK RESOURCE PAGE: AWS and Google Cloud Platform, two of the three largest cloud computing vendors, each have their own strengths and weaknesses that make them efficient for different workloads. Which might be best for your use case?
eWEEK TREND ANALYSIS: In the supercomputing world, IBM has learned that it’s wiser to look forward and plan for future opportunities than it is to waste time dwelling on minor setbacks.
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS RESOURCE PAGE: Take a closer look at Lenovo’s latest data center solutions and how they make the most out of AMD’s new EPYC silicon.
eWEEK DATA POINTS RESOURCE PAGE: To move ahead with DT initiatives and achieve positive outcomes, enterprises are looking for platform-automation capability that allows them to optimize end-to-end operations.
eWEEK RESOURCE PAGE: The two largest cloud computing vendors are similar in many ways, yet there are clear differentiators that make a difference to most potential customers. Find out which characteristics work--or don't work--for your company.
eWEEK DATA POINTS RESOURCE PAGE: This is a complex migration that, if not done properly, can have a significant negative impact on a business.
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Commvault is a recognized global leader in enterprise class backup, recovery, and data management across cloud and on-premises environments, and its products are improved continually.
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS RESOURCE PAGE: Dell’s Latitude 7400 2-in-1 is a terrific addition to the company’s venerable commercial notebook line that is worthy of admiration and respect.
PRODUCT NEWS RESOURCE PAGE: XFMEXPRESS chips were developed to improve the performance of next-generation mobile and embedded applications. It is about the size of a thumbnail yet holds a half-terabyte of data storage, with a full 1TB on the roadmap.
PRODUCT RESOURCE PAGE: Over the years the average performance for AMD's data center chips has improved around 15% per year. This new generation blows the curve out; instead of 15% year-over-year improvement, it is closer to 100%.