eWEEK DATA POINTS RESOURCE PAGE: Chatbots powered by AI can automate key recruiting tasks, including sourcing, screening, and answering candidate FAQs. But training is still a major factor in how well it will work.
TREND ANALYSIS: Many new capabilities are on the horizon with 5G connectivity: 5G networks in vehicles and alongside roads will let autonomous cars and trucks see road far ahead of them, overtake safely and avoid obstacles. Robotic surgery will likely become more widespread. And that's not all.
eWEEK IT SCIENCE RESOURCE PAGE: Swisslog needed a vendor that could supplement the companyâ€™s small IT staff and provide a highly reliable, high-touch network management service. Open Systems was its ticket.
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS AND RESOURCE PAGE: RTX Studio Line laptops, based on NVIDIAâ€™s Ray Tracing engine, provide workstation-like, targeted performance without turning the laptop into something too heavy, too expensive and too power-hungry for general day-to-day use.
PRODUCT TREND ANALYSIS: This week at Computex, NVIDIA effectively answered the question: What would happen if you targeted developers who prefer Apple laptops with a solution that was specifically designed for them?
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Much of the responsibility to maintain business applications and the networks running them has fallen on the shoulders of a relatively new segment called endpoint management. Here's the lowdown on this important new sector.
eWEEK IT SCIENCE: An insurer was able to transform its decades-old CRM system to deliver self-service for its mobile customers within a matter of days without having to invest millions developing a solution in-house.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: The workplace has become a multi-faceted beast, and the interactive technologies that have been emerging during the past decade have made workplaces more flexible, productive and satisfying in order to solve these issues.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: BYOD brings inherent issues to a company: a marked lack of visibility into how employees are using their devices when compared to traditional computing, resulting in significantly increased exposure to legal liability, cybersecurity risks and mounting operational costs. How to transition off BYOD is a major question being discussed.
PRODUCT ANALYSIS: In its new PCs, HPI has blended elements that are typically focused on consumers, such as Apple-like designs, with features that normally target only corporate usersâ€”such as securityâ€”across their lines.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The ITU has just approved Amazonâ€™s plans for a network of 3,200 internet satellites, while the FCC has approved constellations of nearly 12,000 for SpaceX and 650 for OneWeb resulting in global coverage.