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PROCUREMENT NEWS: This project aims to satisfy the federal Office of Management & Budget’s (OMB) mandate to streamline the acquisition lifecycle by reducing the need for multiple concurrent procurements of similar nature.
NEW PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The IBM I platform (the second “I” stands for Integrated) is converged packaged software platform that evolved out of that legendary AS400, and it is even more amazing.
There's a lot of new-gen competition in the networking infrastructure world here in 2019. The enterprise network also has undergone significant change in the last decade, thanks to increasing software-defined networking (SDN) solutions, network-function virtualization (NFV) and software-defined...
NEW PRODUCT REVIEW: Consistent with the high-end class of personal devices, the new Dell laptop is as much of a design and fashion statement as it is a tool for work.
NEWS ANALYSIS: New satellites are aimed at low-latency broadband, IoT and voice communications using relatively low-cost terminals and equipment and providing improved speeds. The Iridium Certus 9770, which is about the size of an iPhone X, can be used for pretty much any type of data an IoT...
NEWS ANALYSIS: With its financially focused leadership board and CEO, Intel will be focused on fixing damage to the company; strategy will either be something the board will avoid or do badly, because CFOs aren’t known to be product or market visionaries.
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.
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.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: RISC-V, with the addition of the soon-to-come 5G broadband wireless connectivity, is expected to become a major boost for all areas of IT during the next few years.
IT BUSINESS ANALYSIS: A strategic initiative that Dell calls the “compute continuum” emphasizes OEM solutions that can be effectively deployed, managed and supported from the edge of the network to on-premises data centers to the cloud, regardless of complexity, environmental or scale challenges.
NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS: 2019 will be a huge year for technology change, and there are some products that both have been announced and that we expect will be announced that we're looking forward to this year. Here are several of them.