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PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Ordr’s Systems Control Engine uses artificial intelligence to help companies manage and secure IoT deployments.
COMPANY ANALYSIS: At Dell Technologies World, Dell shows it’s a much different company than it was just a few years ago.
PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Pica8 leads the charge to bring network automation and provisioning to branch offices using white box switches.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: BYOD brings inherent issues to a company: a marked lack of visibility into how employees are using their devices when compared to traditional computing, resulting in significantly increased exposure to legal liability, cybersecurity risks and mounting operational costs. How...
NEWS ANALYSIS: The company is touting integrations with VMware and others as it rolls out new and improved products in storage, networking, compute and hyperconverged.
NETWORKING PRODUCT ANALYSIS: After a 20-year run, the Catalyst 6000 is being replaced the Catalyst 9600 as Cisco’s flagship campus switch.
NEWS ANALYSIS: At its annual user conference, the company unveils a broad hybrid cloud initiative that includes VMware’s Cloud and Cloud Foundation and Microsoft Azure.
TREND ANALYSIS: Cisco's recent DevNet Create event showed that the program has grown increasingly diverse and is now relevant to all network engineers.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: The internet of things, smart devices and new content platforms have telecommunications companies facing a data onslaught. Here's what they are doing about it.
PRODUCT REVIEW: Cisco’s new Smart Licensing simplifies the process of purchasing, upgrading, tracking and licensing infrastructure.
NEW-PRODUCT NEWS: Slack unwrapped several new features at its annual Frontiers conference, including the new no-code Workflow Builder and the ability for traditional email users to participate in Slack messaging.
eWEEK IT SCIENCE: A Fortune 500 insurance holding company has issues delivering corporate communications and resources.The previous version of the company’s intranet was described as more of a “static newsletter” than a living site. Here's what it did to solve the problem and open the internal...