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The demise of the Google Search Appliance (announced in early 2016) marked the end of the flawed dream of off-the-shelf, one-size-mostly-fits-all enterprise search solutions. In its place is the promise of rich search-based applications that can search, explore and analyze enterprise information....
eWEEK DATA POINTS: In a world in which smart companies such as Facebook, Yahoo and Target can fall victim to hackers, how prepared can regular businesses of all types be?
eWEEK is creating a new series of articles which examine all sectors of IT and present up-to-date research and analysis on the leading companies in each space. It's all designed for enterprise buyers of hardware, software, services and cloud products to have more and better information in hand...
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.
PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Pivot3’s solutions are designed to meet the stringent requirements of modern data centers across use cases that include cloud computing, IoT, edge computing, and remote/branch office environments.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The database and web services giant is putting heavy capital investments into expanding its cloud infrastructure network globally, starting in North America with its Toronto data center. This is what it must do to compete head-on with Google, AWS, Dell EMC, IBM and other international...
PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The ProtectWise Grid is a cloud-delivered network detection and response (NDR) platform that unifies network detection, full-packet forensics and integrated response in an on-demand platform for any environment—enterprise, cloud or industrial.
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.
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 IN THE CLOUD: The latest update to the Salesforce Commerce Cloud includes a number of features designed to make it easier for consumers to find products and easier for the companies that sell them to manage everything.