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First Enterprise Bank needed a technology refresh to protect financial information and meet disaster recovery needs in the case of a natural disaster, because tornadoes and earthquakes are common threats in its region.
Simplygon, the 3D optimization technology that Microsoft acquired last year, now supports two popular CAD file formats.
The Linux Foundation brings technology vendors together to form a new effort that aims to make it easier for different industry verticals to benefit from artificial intelligence.
Microsoft Databricks service is intended to give users a leg up on developing their big data analytics and machine learning projects.
Mainframe computers still perform a critical function for many organizations. But a shrinking mainframe workforce is resulting in reduced efficiencies and app quality.
Two more Epson scanners now work directly with content management applications from document flow vendor Digitech.
Company has a good playmaker with Watson, who wins at "Jeopardy" and runs around solving all kinds of business problems without a moment of rest.
Workday users will soon be able to request time off and get information on co-workers using Slack courtesy of a new partnership between the companies.
New workspace platform includes updated management for both Windows and macOS devices inside an enterprise system.
Make no mistake about it: IBM is into a lot of business use cases, but it’s now made Watson its beating heart, impacting virtually all parts of its business.
It was only a matter of time for MuleSoft, a pioneer in the infrastructure-as-a-service space, to be acquired.