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DEVELOPER CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS: Two-day Samsung event introduces what’s next in AI and ML development for Bixby, SmartThings and the smartphone category.
DAILY VIDEO: T-Mobile rolls out an inexpensive business help desk for small businesses, and Veracode is acquired for $950 million as Broadcom closes its acquisition of CA.
INDUSTRY RESEARCH: Analysts discuss how CIOs can lead their businesses to discover IoT opportunities and make IoT projects a success during Gartner's Symposium/ITxpo in Barcelona.
NEW PRODUCT NEWS: Management package delivers data, insights and control through Vertiv Intelligence app and online portal.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Jason Andersen, Vice-President of Business Line Management for Stratus Technologies, shares his insight on the key success factors for achieving next-gen automation capabilities in legacy environments.
NEW PRODUCTS: The company is expanding the integration of VMware technologies like Cloud Foundation and vCenter in its VxRail HCI system.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Security has been a constant question since the Russians were shown to have attempted interference in the 2016 general election. It's still an issue in today's midterms.
INDUSTRY DISCUSSION: By their own admission, many companies are still on the low end of the 1-to-10 scale when it comes to adopting technologies that can help them provide important transformative CX experiences. Businesses are busily trying to build capabilities around artificial intelligence...
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.
While many organizations still spend most of their IT budgets on keeping things running, organizations that do invest in IT innovation see improved customer satisfaction, according to Cisco.
OCTOBER RECAP VIDEO: LinkedIn's annual State of Sales report had several interesting takeaways for enterprises hoping to improve their B2B sales. Technology is part of the solution, but trust ranks highest as the way to win and keep customers, according to respondents.