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PRODUCT OVERVIEW: FogHorn’s software platform brings advanced analytics and machine learning to the on-premises edge environment, enabling a new class of applications for advanced monitoring and diagnostics, machine performance optimization, proactive maintenance and operational intelligence...
Other enhancements to the cloud-based Apple device platform include expanded MDM services and script sharing capabilities.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Microsoft has made two announcements concerning key changes coming to Microsoft Exchange Unified Messaging functionality – and many organizations will be affected.
FUTURE TECH NEWS: At the recent HIMSS health care IT conference, dozens of vendors showed a range of solutions that are designed to do a better job of monitoring patients once they leave the hospital and head into rehabilitation, long-term facilities or home care.
NETWORKING TREND ANALYSIS: Cato’s approach is to run its own cloud-native networking and security stack. In a sense, it’s the cross-section of AWS, networking and security. By owning the network, Cato can control traffic, which can have big implications for nationwide or global companies.
FUTURE TECH NEWS: A true commercial-grade VR headset called the Varjo VR-1 which, at nearly $6,000 plus $1,000 per year for services isn’t a cheap date, but it establishes what is likely the baseline for quality for the segment.
Enterprise buyers can now equip their Durabook R11 tablets with Intel 8th-generation processors for more computing power.
At Mobile World Congress, the OEM is showing off its ThinkServer SE350, a small system with enterprise-class processing and storage for edge deployments.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: McAfee's Mobile Threat Report 2019 provides insight into how mobile threats have changed over the past year, including a spike in the volume of fake apps and backdoor infections, led by Timpdoor.
DAILY VIDEO: Samsung surprises with four new Galaxy S10 smartphones, and Duo Security digs into Chrome extension security with CRXcavator.
But at a starting price of $1,980, its popularity could have more to do with status seeking than actual need, say analysts.
Samsung bolstered its product line with the new S10 phones but may have trouble luring Galaxy S9 and S8 phone users to upgrade, they said.
Bolstering Samsung's flagship phones are bigger displays, improved cameras and longer battery life. Preorders begin Feb. 21.