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Using 5G in the Real World
eWEEK NETWORKING ANALYSIS: The magic of 5G may be available to you now, depending on your device and your carrier, but whether it’s magic is another question entirely.
Why iPhone 12 Pro Makes Sense for Business
eWEEK SMARTPHONE TEST AND REVIEW: There are important reasons to consider an iPhone 12 for your company now, with the most important being 5G.
Nine Virtual Event Platforms for Any Size Enterprise
eWEEK TOP COMPANIES: The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has really torn open the online event and conferencing business. Many new and older providers are finding they have all the clients they can handle going into 2021.
Cybersecurity Tips for Online Shoppers During the Holidays
eWEEK SECURITY ANALYSIS: Consumers cannot be too careful when shopping online. Hackers are sitting in wait for excited buyers who unknowingly use fake-front sites that can come back to bite them.
Why Companies Should Outsource Cybersecurity During COVID and Beyond
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Most organizations are not cybersecurity experts. That’s why many enterprises today use—or are considering engaging with—managed detection and response (MDR) providers.
Antenna Company Launches First Wi-Fi 6E MIMO System
eWEEK NETWORKING NEWS: New MIMO antenna system sets table for future networking by enabling 2.4GHz, 5GHz and 6GHz with UWB, BLE and IoT options.
Shifting B2B Strategy to Meet New Reality of Remote Audiences
eWEEK DATA POINTS: With the transition to work-from-home, B2B buyers are going to behave differently. B2B marketers need to be thinking about how to evolve their ABM strategies when dealing with a remote audience.
Creating a Roadmap for Effective Customer Engagement
eWEEK DATA POINTS: This year’s global pandemic highlighted the importance of being able to swiftly pivot to better meet customer needs. Companies across every industry raced to create more memorable digital experiences and secure customer loyalty. The brands with a strong investment in digital technology and an effective fan engagement strategy came out on top.
#eWEEKchat Dec. 8: ‘Predixions’, Wild Guesses for IT in 2021
Join us for what always proves to be an enlightening and entertaining discussion on what we might expect to see in the IT world in 2021.
Connecting Shadow IT, Security and Innovation
eWEEK DATA POINTS: While shadow IT isn’t a new phenomenon, it has definitely grown more complex and more difficult to manage since the pandemic forced organizations to quickly adopt new work-from-home policies.
Nine Virtual Event Platforms for Any Size Enterprise
eWEEK TOP COMPANIES: The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has really torn open the online event and conferencing business. Many new and older providers are finding they have all the clients they can handle going into 2021.
How Celona Network Makes Private 5G as Easy as Wi-Fi
eWEEK NETWORKING ANALYSIS: Start-up emerges from stealth mode to shake up the enterprise networking space.
Startup Open Raven Launches Automated Cloud-Native Data Protection
eWEEK DATA PROTECTION NEWS: Platform secures data lakes built on Amazon Web Services and S3, will be adding more cloud options in future.
#eWEEKchat Tuesday, Nov. 10: New Tech to Expect in 2021
#eWEEKchat PREVIEW: Plan to join us on Tuesday, Nov. 10, for an #eWEEKchat about “New Tech to Expect in 2021,” and how IT will continue to innovate in the post-pandemic world--whenever that will begin.
Pro Hearing Tech Reaches the Masses Through Earbuds
eWEEK INNOVATION: Not plugged into anything at all, these new earbuds can act as an ace hearing aid.
HP Innovation Summit: From Consumer Products to Microfluidics
eWEEK EVENT ANALYSIS: HP didn’t disappoint attendees with its event, addressing broad issues such as security, sustainability, diversity and inclusion. It also touched on some interesting technologies, such as microfluidics.
On December 2, the AI research community was shocked to learn that Timnit Gebru had been fired from her post at Google. Gebru, one of the leading voices in responsible AI research, is known among other things for her groundbreaking work in revealing the discriminatory nature of facial recognition, cofounding the Black in AI affinity…
The news: Facebook will remove false claims that have been “debunked by public health experts” about covid-19 vaccines, it has announced. In a post, the company outlined how Facebook plans to apply its existing ban on covid misinformation—which is intended to screen out posts that could lead to “imminent physical harm”—as countries around the world…
Data collected by the European Space Agency’s Gaia observatory has been used to create the most detailed 3D map of the galaxy ever made. The new data set could help scientists unravel many mysteries about the universe’s expansion and the solar system’s future. What is Gaia? Launched in 2013, the Gaia observatory is intended to…
The way we express grief for strangers is changing
In late March, Claire Rezba heard about the tragic death of Diedre Wilkes. Wilkes, a 42-year-old mammogram technician, had died alone of covid-19 in her home, her four-year-old child near her body. Rezba, a physician based in Richmond, Virginia, was shaken. “That story resonated with me,” she says. “She was about my age.” Wilkes’s death…
Each innovation challenges the norms, codes, and values of the society in which it is embedded. The industrial revolution unleashed new forces of productivity but at the cost of inhumane working conditions, leading to the creation of unions, labor laws, and the foundations of the political party structures of modern democracies. Fossil fuels powered a…
Making the workplace safer with innovative covid-19-fighting solutions
As businesses of all sizes welcome a fearful and anxious workforce back to the office, they are simultaneously challenged with ensuring a safe work environment. The stark reality facing business owners still navigating the covid-19 pandemic is the diligence required to limit infectious spread.  Corporations are taking note: plexiglass barriers, clearly marked walkways, and hand-sanitizing…
Facial recognition technology is being deployed in housing projects, homeless shelters, schools, even across entire cities—usually without much fanfare or discussion. To some, this represents a critical technology for helping vulnerable communities gain access to social services. For others, it’s a flagrant invasion of privacy and violation of human dignity. In this episode, we speak…
On December 5, Earth is getting a delivery of something literally out of this world: some small grains and dust snatched up from an asteroid 180 million miles away. Once safely back on Earth, the fragments of Ryugu will help scientists learn more about how the solar system formed.  JAXA, Japan’s space agency, launched Hayabusa2…