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Helena automatically scouts, approaches and sources the best candidates on behalf of employers.
Bare-metal composability for adaptive supercomputing soon will have a new infrastructure for the age of artificial intelligence.
With the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation is set to go into effect in a little over six months, Microsoft's cloud customers can start evaluating their readiness now.
Members of the early-access program get first crack at the updated GUI-based management toolset for Windows Server.
RecoverX v2.5 comes with advanced recovery options, delivers enterprise-grade security capabilities and delivers backup and recovery for geo-distributed cloud deployments.
Currently in limited preview release, the Skype Profession Accounts consolidates the various parts of running a Skype-based business.
Enterprises running SAP workloads on Google cloud can now monitor when Google technicians are accessing the systems hosting their data to perform maintenance or to check performance.
Teachers can now use Microsoft Teams and OneNote to distribute and grade class assignments.
InfiniBox takes a software-optimized approach, using machine-learning algorithms to extract high performance and reliability out of low-cost hardware.
The terms “app testing,” “analytics” and “mobile devices” have rarely been used in the same sentence—maybe never. This might be an actual first for the IT industry.
Australia's Monash University needed to switch its legacy data center over to using Linux for a networking operating system. The company explains the process in this exclusive case study.
Customers using Microsoft's planet-scale NoSQL service, Cosmos DB, can now manage their resources using Azure Storage Explorer.
Mozilla's open-source browser gets a new look and new features (plus a code name) in its biggest update in a decade.