Topic: services

Medi-commerce: From commerce to logistics, a world of difference

Healthcare and medical equipment manufacturer’s IT spending account for nearly 4.2% of their total revenues; high as compared to retailers (<2%).

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How AppDynamics and Perspica combined to bring machine learning to users

Application performance management (APM) vendor AppDynamics is bringing more machine learning into its platform thanks to a 2017 acquisition - here's how it did it.

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Microsoft to dump Windows 10's smaller delta updates

The company has decided they're no longer needed because express updates can fill the bill. The delta updates will end in February 2019.

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Oracle rolls out its own blockchain service

Oracle joins IBM, SAP, and Microsoft in offering blockchain-as-a-service for companies hoping to deploy the distributed ledger technology without the expenses associated with embracing the technology in-house.

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What’s new in the Anaconda distribution for Python

Anaconda 5.2 adds job scheduling, support for GPUs, and integration with version control systems including Git and GitHub

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Open banking after six months: what's changed?

Open banking officially came into effect in the EU six months ago, on January 13 to be exact, however the established banks have been slow to adapt and adoption of new services has been sluggish. So what has really changed?

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What's the future of server virtualization?

Server virtualization can help fight server sprawl, make better use of compute power, curb energy bills, and improve data-center agility and flexibility.

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Rio Tinto’s ‘world’s biggest robot’ makes first driverless delivery

​Rio Tinto’s fully autonomous train has completed its first delivery of iron ore between the miner’s Mount Tom Price mine and the port of Cape Lambert, the organisation announced today.

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Extreme faces challenges, girds for future networking battles

Extreme Networks is grappling with how to best integrate and sell technologies it acquired from Avaya and Brocade, as well as incorporate and develop its own products.

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5G is out of the lab and into a real-world mobile network environment

Ericsson, Telstra and Intel on Monday said they had completed the first 5G non-standalone 3GPP data call on a commercial mobile network.

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Enterprise PC-buying spree spurs first shipment climb in six years

A 3% year-over-year increase in PC shipments is being pegged to renewed demand in the business market. And the rise of device-as-a-service models could spur continued buying in the years ahead.

Dell EMC launches new data protection solutions to help mid-size organizations in India

New Dell EMC IDPA DP4400 delivers innovative capabilities and broad application support in a solution sized and priced right for mid-market customers.