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eWEEK IT SCIENCE RESOURCE PAGE: In Incorta’s analytics platform, Broadcom found a solution that easily combines data from myriad enterprise systems, enabling real-time and live access to point solutions like Excel, and ultimately accelerates the creation of new analytical applications while...
eWEEK DATA POINTS RESOURCE PAGE: In the cloud environment, it is all the more important to define strong privileges. Each entity, machine or storage space should have its own specific purpose, and communication between services should be according to need and use.
eWEEK DATA POINTS RESOURCE PAGE: When machine learning is embedded into the database, organizations can improve their ability to curate data through the automation of quality checks, harmonization, mastering and enrichment, among many other—often complex—tasks.
eWEEK PRODUCT-ANALYSIS RESOURCE PAGE: NVIDIA vComputeServer makes GPU accelerated workloads as easy to manage as CPU VMs.
eWEEK NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS RESOURCE PAGE: Oracle adds advanced rich media capabilities to its cloud services, including interactive video creation and editing, management, search, cross-platform video playback and engagement and intelligent media analytics.
eWEEK IT SCIENCE RESOURCE PAGE: ALPLA needed to build a centralized “mission control” for all of its Industrial IoT (IIoT) data; successfully doing so would expedite the company’s ability to take insight-based actions to improve plant efficiencies, introduce smarter automation and reduce manufacturing...
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 NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS RESOURCE PAGE: Software-defined adaptive architecture solves fundamental hardware utilization problems for VMware vSAN and enterprise VDI deployments.
eWEEK NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS RESOURCE PAGE: Chrome-based devices haven't yet caught fire in the enterprise. So what’s different this time around? Call it a generational shift in the ways that organizations and workers are approaching personal computing.