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To do this, VMware is fortifying its cloud management platform in the areas of automation, intelligent operations and DevOps-ready IT, among others.
DAILY VIDEO: Google's Chrome browser will soon start blocking bad ads; Microsoft extends Azure's safety net for Windows Server cloud backups; the OneLogin password manager breach was enabled by stolen AWS cloud keys; and there's more.
The company’s Aruba networking arm introduced two products: an new-gen asset-tracker and an enterprise core and aggregation switch designed specifically for mobility, cloud and IoT requirements.
Last week's inadvertent release of an internal Windows 10 build appears to have unmasked an upcoming edition of the OS for high-end workstations.
New features support DevOps initiatives by providing near real-time, multi-dimensional analysis of tests, enabling teams to release software faster.
The move could be a double-edged sword: While users will benefit, it will also give Google enormous new clout.
The open-source artificial intelligence toolkit now offers support for the Keras neural network library and Nvidia's latest GPUs.
The open-source desktop project gives users a new, yet more familiar "folder view" of the desktop as well as enhanced search capabilities.
Sales Cloud PRM uses Einstein artificial intelligence to enable channel partners to close deals faster.
The idea is to get stakeholders literally on same page to bring better software to market faster using a no-code approach.
Infor, whose specialty actually may be buying other software firms, bought Birst to enable users to combine data from different source systems to get answers to business concerns in real time.
The Kubernetes-based container management and orchestration platform vendor moves forward with a new release and improved security.