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MOBILE PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The Lenovo Smart Tab has similar specs to the Amazon Fire HD 10, but it also has some unique capabilities, making its near-$300 price worth the delta for some uses--particularly in the office.
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS AND RESOURCE PAGE: RTX Studio Line laptops, based on NVIDIA’s Ray Tracing engine, provide workstation-like, targeted performance without turning the laptop into something too heavy, too expensive and too power-hungry for general day-to-day use.
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NEWS ANALYSIS: IBM’s decision to operate Red Hat as a distinct business unit managed by the company’s current executive team is a wise move that should assure clients and partners that IBM’s and Red Hat’s dedication to customers’ freedom, choice and flexibility remains intact.
eWEEK RESOURCE PAGE: Why classifying various formats such as emails, documents, spreadsheets, presentations, PDFs and audio and image files lacking fixed fields must be done in advance in storage so they can be easily searched.
eWEEK IT SCIENCE: A profitable and well-run 65-acre working farm badly needed a complete IT makeover, and Ricoh was the provider that stepped up and did it.
PRODUCT REVIEW: A 15-inch laptop is a size best for those who need the bigger screen and more power; however, there are tradeoffs in cost, weight and battery life.
PRODUCT TREND ANALYSIS: Thanks to improvements, such as faster data loading to build graphs quickly, faster execution of parallel graph algorithms and the ability to scale up and out for distributed applications, graph is meeting or even exceeding its promise.
COMPANY ANALYSIS: Although VMware isn’t always at the top of cloud computing pioneer lists, its cloud roots and pedigree are as deep as any vendor’s can be.
NEW PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Composable fabric, new cloud storage options and services open doors for updating legacy data center equipment.