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INNOVATION: Bluescape's SaaS-based application, which runs on Amazon Web Services, functions less like Google Docs and more like a "Google Maps for content." How does this benefit collaboration among workers? Read on.
PRODUCT REVIEW & ANALYSIS: Solving mobile connectivity and security issues has become a lot easier, thanks to NetMotion’s Operational Intelligence platform.
DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft 365 gains AI-powered tools and features, and USB Type-C will become more secure with a new authentication standard.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Although Mozilla was ready to give up on its Thunderbird email client in 2012, 2019 could well be a breakout year for the open-source effort as staffing is set to increase and a roadmap for innovation is in place.
eWEEK TOP COMPANIES: New-gen data storage is all about providing the correct information on demand while at the same time maintaining data privacy for users at all levels. These requirements are the same for physical data center storage and for storage in a cloud service.
VIDEO: Bob Quillin, vice president for Oracle Cloud Developer Relations, explains where and how cloud-native approaches are being used by Oracle.
IT SCIENCE: SaaS provider Fonteva was experiencing significant growth and was looking for a way to establish a more consistent and transparent sales process to support its global momentum. Then it discovered Clari AI, which provides an end-to-end sales analytics and forecasting platform.
The data integration makes it much easier for users of Power BI to share data with users of Azure for a wide range of business tasks.
Microsoft is also adding similar capabilities to PowerPoint in early 2019 to help people who are deaf or have hearing disabilities.
DAILY VIDEO: Firefox 64 boosts tab management but drops RSS, and how Shopify avoided a data breach, thanks to a bug bounty.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: According to new research, 79 percent of AI leaders–companies generating the greatest impact from AI–expect their employees to be comfortable working alongside robots by 2020. Yet, this carries significant implications relative to reskilling, resourcing, and change management.