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Apr 10 2017   6:16AM GMT

TechTarget’s weekly roundup (4/3 – 4/10)

Michael Tidmarsh Michael Tidmarsh Profile: Michael Tidmarsh

Tags:
Artificial intelligence
Azure
Dell EMC
IBM Watson
Symantec
Unified Communications

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How do you see Watson intelligence helping your organization? Find out how IBM is bringing its capabilities to the business space in this week’s roundup.

1. Watson AI capabilities coming to business apps – Jesse Scardina (SearchSalesforce)

While gaining traction in the healthcare space, IBM’s Watson is expected to start latching onto business operations in 2017 and beyond.

2. Symantec certificate authority issues listed by Mozilla developers – Peter Loshin (SearchSecurity)

Mozilla developers respond to questionable Symantec certificate authority practices, as the security provider questions Google’s proposed solutions.

3. Dell EMC XtremIO adds speed to Red Sox IT lineup – Paul Crocetti (SearchSolidStateStorage)

A Dell EMC all-flash array knocks a home run for the Boston Red Sox organization, improving management and analytics of ever accumulating data, and speeding performance.

4. Unified communications vendors and users continue consolidation – Luke O’Neill (SearchUnifiedCommunciations)

In this video with analyst Irwin Lazar, explore some key market trends, including industry consolidation, UC analytics and the emergence of artificial intelligence tools.

5. Native Azure monitoring tools cater to enterprise IT – Trevor Jones (SearchCloudComputing)

New Azure monitoring tools add another layer of insights into workload performance on the public cloud as providers try to meet enterprise demands and increase transparency.

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