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eWEEK is building a new IT products and services section that encompasses most of the categories that we cover on our site. In it, we will spotlight the leaders in each sector, which include enterprise software, hardware, security, on-premises-based systems and cloud services. We also will...
eWEEK DATA POINTS: The workplace has become a multi-faceted beast, and the interactive technologies that have been emerging during the past decade have made workplaces more flexible, productive and satisfying in order to solve these issues.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: The average time to close a mortgage is three weeks or more. New AI-based technology can get that close time down to one to two days. This article explains how AI is changing the mortgage industry for the better--and how this could happen in the next 12 months.
eWEEK IT SCIENCE: Revulytics Usage Intelligence data has made it much easier to understand the file types and manipulations customers actually use within Extensis font and image software.
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.
Who’s afraid of Salesforce? Apparently not Zendesk, which launched a new customer relationship management platform called Zendesk Sunshine, built on Amazon Web Services, that will compete with CRM leader Salesforce, among others.
DAILY VIDEO: QuickBooks Online Advanced uses AI to help midsize companies, and Docker Enterprise 2.1 accelerates application migration to containers.
Intuit says it’s ready to challenge established midmarket leaders like Microsoft Dynamics, Sage Intaact and NetSuite with a new accounting offering.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Small businesses without an IT department can now get help from T-Mobile, which has started up a new, inexpensive flat rate help desk service to help with most problems.
Smarty-pants bots, artificial intelligence engines and machine-learning servers are taking over. They are photographing and logging checks, researching credit scores, balancing books, monitoring and grading application performance and texting your mother to tell her that you’ve stayed up too...