IDG TECHtalk Voices Cloud providers built their hybrid offerings at least in part to hold customers intent on repatriating data and workloads. But those same services may not be as well suited for the next wave of hybrid.
IDG TECHtalk Voices As impressive as the enterprise’s progress toward a data-driven economy was last year, the big bang we’ve been expecting from big data is still ahead.
IDG TECHtalk Voices At CES 2021, Dell, HP, and Lenovo, the three largest PC vendors, all unveiled a spate of new business laptops with security enhancements like hardened protection and built-in smarts to guard against ransomware, crypto-mining, and other rising threats.
IDG TECHtalk Voices With AI models rendered useless by the pandemic, data jocks are scurrying to make sense of a changed world. CIOs, meanwhile, need to walk a tightrope between facilitating all the new fact-finding and maintaining security and governance to keep data – as well as the company and its customers – safe. That’s easier said than done in normal times.
IDG TECHtalk Voices The cloud has changed the way we think about data management and distributed workloads. With one big gotcha. Thankfully, that’s about to change.
The Mobile Enterprise The insatiable demand for AI processing is giving rise to new alternatives, and Intel is answering the call. But is what the company offering enough to take share in the cloud and datacenter?
The Mobile Enterprise Lofty proclamations for what the emerging wireless standard will do for IoT don’t matter much to CIOs caring for the carpeted enterprise. But they will care about three new ways they can leverage WiFi 6 to retool for a much more reliable and cost-effective network.
The Mobile Enterprise At its annual Build developer conference, Microsoft aims to please coders and front-line workers alike with its drag-and-drop Power app-building platform.
The Mobile Enterprise Windows 2-in-1’s based on the Snapdragon 850, Qualcomm’s first processor designed specifically for PC market, are now coming available. Though performance is much improved over first-generation Windows-on-Snapdragon systems, be forewarned: Compatible issues remain formidable. So you’ll still need a real PC.
The Mobile Enterprise Could we finally be on the verge of a ceasefire between employees, who want quick and easy access to their laptops at any cost, and IT managers, who need to secure those systems. This industry analyst thinks so.
The Mobile Enterprise It will be very expensive for the Facebook CEO to respond as decisively to fix his ailing social media platform in the spirit of James Burke, who successfully navigated Johnson & Johnson through its crisis of trust 35 years ago. It will be even more costly for Zuckerberg if he doesn’t.
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The Mobile Enterprise With much fanfare, Qualcomm and Microsoft present the first Always Connected PCs. But though the platform has come in like a lion, at least one industry analyst expects it will go out like a lamb.