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PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The next Windows 10 update, due out in April 2019, has a lot of tweaks to the user interface and similar features, but there are important changes for IT included.
An add-on to Slack’s Enterprise Grid provides customers with the ability to use their own encryption keys, giving them greater control and visibility to their data.
PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Best known for GoToMeeting, LogMeIn has shortened the name to GoTo and made it the umbrella brand for a suite of unified communications and collaboration services. The company also debuted new applications and updates under the GoTo brand.
Best known for GoToMeeting, LogMeIn has made GoTo the umbrella brand for a suite of unified communications and collaboration services that includes GoToMeeting. The company also debuted new applications and updates under the GoTo brand.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Despite the hefty cost of acquisition ($6.9 billion), the purchase of Mellanox by Nvidia has long-term transformative potential because it addresses the future of the data center.
The co-founder of the open-source Istio service mesh project is now launching a new effort to bring a robust, multicloud enterprise service mesh technology to market.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW: FogHorn’s software platform brings advanced analytics and machine learning to the on-premises edge environment, enabling a new class of applications for advanced monitoring and diagnostics, machine performance optimization, proactive maintenance and operational intelligence...
The Linux Foundation announces a new open-source effort that will bring together multiple projects in the continuous integration/continuous development (CI/CD) space, including Spinnaker and Jenkins.
Nginx is among the most widely used technologies on the internet today, and now it's set to help F5 Networks grow its reach in the expanding market for application delivery services.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: As more and more organizations make the move, Gartner Research has predicted 80 percent of enterprises will retire their traditional data centers by 2025. Let us repeat: 2025!
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PRODUCT ANALYSIS: How Marchex brings actionable intelligence to business interactions with an AI-powered platform that leverages natural language processing in real time.