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MOBILE DEVICE ANALYSIS: As Samsung prepares to unveil its latest smartphone models to replace the S9 and S9+ phones, several analysts weigh in on what's to come.
NEW PRODUCT NEWS: Jamf and Azure Active Directory integration enables an end user can unbox a Mac, power it on and access all corporate applications after signing on with a single set of Azure AD credentials.
PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Our analyst, Rob Enderle, has seen the laptop future, and it is customized leather. HP's Spectre Folio is very light, the leather has padding, and when carried it feels extremely secure in your hands.
ENTERPRISE PUBLIC CLOUD NEWS: Azure Container Instances can now for the first time be started through the portal, adding flexibility for Azure workflows.
The core Apple kernel component that is at the heart of both the iOS and macOS operating systems is being patched for multiple vulnerabilities that could lead to arbitrary code execution.
TREND ANALYSIS: The next wave of robots is coming and these will be ones that can be thought of as collaborative robots, or “cobots.” These are machines that can perform everyday tasks to make our lives better.
NEW CLOUD SERVICE NEWS: Salesforce’s new Lightning Platform Mobile platform is designed to help businesses frustrated by how long it can take to create and deploy new mobile apps. Included is a new capability to release apps in Google Play and Apple’s App Store.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: To better serve new and existing customers, many enterprises are turning to technologies such as voice assistants to improve their customer care capabilities. Voice UI has grown alongside that of digital assistants such as Siri, Google, Cortana and Alexa and has shaped consumer...
PRODUCT UPDATE NEWS: A major update of MicroStrategy’s analytics platform offers a raft of new features designed to simplify access to information across a broad range of systems, including websites, web applications, email, Salesforce and Office 365.
NEWS FROM CES 2019: Micron and Qualcomm join forces for improved in-vehicle control IT and infotainment in future vehicles. These will feature telematics information and a human-machine interface (HMI) that permits user-configurable displays.