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At Mobile World Congress, the OEM is showing off its ThinkServer SE350, a small system with enterprise-class processing and storage for edge deployments.
FUTURE PRODUCT NEWS: Due out in Q2 2019, the 1TB microSD card will provide cost-effective storage for 4K videos, pictures and games for users on their mobile phones and other electronic devices, Micron said.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Certain best practices are absolutely necessary for effective continuous testing of web and mobile apps. Sauce Labs offers six of them.
The announcement also includes several other updates to Microsoft's Azure data services offerings for enterprise customers.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The Amazon HQ2 situation has demonstrated that companies seeking to relocate into an area from elsewhere need more than assurance from state leadership. They also need to ensure that they have support from local authorities and community leaders.
Microsoft Azure continues to broaden its virtual machine offerings to give customers the power and features they require for all uses.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Former Dell storage executive Laz Vekiarides of ClearSky Data offers readers key insight about the potential impact Dell’s newly public status could have on enterprise data storage and management.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: DevOps has been a popular and successful approach to handling new-gen app development. In this article, CEO Fernando Areias of Liferay Cloud discusses the five trends he sees reshaping the world of DevOps.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The new East Coast headquarters for Amazon is facing strong opposition among New York politicians and community activists, leading the company to reconsider its plans to locate there.
NEW PRODUCT REVIEW: Consistent with the high-end class of personal devices, the new Dell laptop is as much of a design and fashion statement as it is a tool for work.
IT SECURITY ANALYSIS: Highly publicized data breaches, increasing vulnerabilities and new privacy regulations globally are pushing companies to increase spending on trusted IT security tools, staff, and hiring. But about a third of enterprises are falling behind in upgrading their systems.