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eWEEK PRODUCT REVIEW/ANALYSIS: The ThinkPad X1 is for those who want long battery life, light weight and a laptop that will both show well and perform well (but not for gaming).
eWEEK DATA POINTS RESOURCE PAGE: A new paradigm for remote access called Software-Defined Perimeters (SDPs) has taken a zero-trust approach to remote access that replaces broad network access with granular, identity-based access to important IT resources.
JOIN US: This is a chat-based conversation about how IT is rapidly evolving into a new phase that may turn out to be as important as, if not more important than, the cloud itself.
eWEEK NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The Surface project has fixed some operational problems regarding both Microsoft and Intel, which should result in better products going forward. New versions of the Surface were launched this week.
eWEEK TREND ANALYSIS RESOURCE PAGE: The future that Qualcomm is anticipating, as you’d expect, will showcase far more connected devices and other devices that can do multiple things.
eWEEK ANALYSIS RESOURCE PAGE: Let’s consider the results of ENTOUCH and Dell OEM’s collaboration and what it says about the state of IoT and the value of OEM-style solutions.
eWEEK NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Rather than the HP Dragonfly tagline being “Lighter Than Air,” which it isn’t, it should be “Impressive Laptop,” which it is.
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 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: 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.