Technology News

  • First Industrywide Graph DB Conference Set for Sept. 28-30
    eWEEK EVENT PREVIEW: Graph algorithms are the driving force behind the next generation of AI and machine learning that will power more and more industries and use cases as time goes on. Here is an opportunity to learn about how this all works.
  • How Veritas is Shining a Light into Dark Data
    Veritas has become an industry leader in discovering where dark data for companies and individuals is housed, and what users can do about it.
  • Qualcomm Enters PC Quality Wars
    eWEEK PC HARDWARE ANALYSIS: Qualcomm’s problem is that apps on Windows were developed for x86 and have, at times, run poorly on Qualcomm’s platform. To address that at Microsoft Ignite this week, the company announced, along with Microsoft, an expanded App Assure program so that those buying Qualcomm PCs could potentially get a similar experience to those buying PCs built under the Intel Evo program.
  • New Report Outlines Possible Solutions for Cybersecurity Skills Gap
    eWEEK DATA POINTS: The cybersecurity skills gap is about much more than organizations having difficulty filling open positions; it’s an existential threat to the ongoing viability of those organizations.
  • Quest Software Gets New CEO, Renewed Outlook
    eWEEK Editor Chris Preimesberger interviews new Quest Software CEO Patrick Nichols, who explains his career in technology, some of the fortune 500 companies Quest Software serves and key products the Aliso Viejo, Calif.-based company offers.
  • Zoho Workplace: Thought-Provoking Alternative for Productivity, Collaboration
    eWEEK SMALL BUSINESS PERSPECTIVE: Zoho is still a David in relation to the Goliaths. However, Workplace provides some advantages that are serendipitously well-suited to the challenges many businesses face today.
  • How Cloudera Enables Enterprises to Address Radical Change
    eWEEK BIG DATA ANALYSIS: Last week, the company announced new and upcoming data services based on the Cloudera Data Platform (CDP). Coming a year after the company purchased Arcadia Data, a provider of cloud-native, AI-driven business intelligence and analytics solutions, makes that acquisition seem particularly prescient.
  • How to Protect Your Company from Ransomware Attacks
    eWEEK DATA POINTS: Cybercriminals thrive on--and use to their advantage--their victims' lack of preparation or overconfidence in what was deployed.
  • Apple’s iOS 14 and the Upgrade Decision
    eWEEK DEVICE ANALYSIS: Upgrades to iOS 14, the latest version of the iPhone operating system, came with warnings of a need for extreme caution by some in the media.
  • How SAS Has Remained Relevant over a 44-year Timespan
    SAS, which stands for Statistical Analysis System, was an early intelligence software pioneer in the 1970s and has stayed in the forefront ever since, despite intense competition from numerous other companies. eWEEK spends some time with the CEO-to-be of the Cary, N.C.-based software giant.