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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.
IT EVENT PREVIEW: This year, 5G connectivity, immersive reality and digital trust are high on the interest list. These all provide the ultimate in personalization and end-user experience, enabling a connected ecosystem across smart cities, smart homes and in-vehicle technology.
PRODUCT REVIEW & ANALYSIS: Solving mobile connectivity and security issues has become a lot easier, thanks to NetMotion’s Operational Intelligence platform.
After a 3 percent smartphone shipment decline in 2018, the industry is expected to turn a corner and improve in 2019, says the latest IDC report.
PREDICTIONS 2019: Intelligent automation is the next phase in automation, focused on management, scale and integration of people and machines. Here are some predictions for this sector for 2019.
AT&T customers in parts of 12 U.S. cities can now try AT&T's limited 5G network using a Netgear mobile hotspot and their existing devices.
iovation, which insists upon using lower-case "i" at the beginning of its name, offers a suite of authentication and fraud detection solutions that help businesses secure their networks with advanced authentication and fraud prevention services.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The breach of the Starwood reservation database appears to have happened in concert with breaches of OPM and Anthem, also blamed on China.
PREDICTIONS 2019: With the new year only weeks away, we present some ideas from various industry executives about what new impacts they believe AI and machine learning will be making on the IT business and our lives in general.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Feds put a large Mobility Fund grant on hold to investigate a rules violation by a major wireless carrier, which might not be telling the truth on how far its network reaches.
INDUSTRY RESEARCH: More than one-half of shoppers (51 percent) believe they are better connected with their smartphones than store associates. Two-thirds of retail store staff believe they can provide better customer service using tablets.