TechTarget News - Week of Oct 24, 2021

Qlik adds Forts to analytics suite, enabling faster analysis

Qlik Forts, a tool that enables customers to access and analyze data where it resides rather than forcing them to first import it into Qlik, is now generally available.

Market recovery drives channel optimism

Softcat CEO adds to the growing chorus across the channel who are feeling positive about the year ahead

Lacework expands into ANZ, eyes APAC market

DevSecOps supplier Lacework’s expansion into Australia and New Zealand will pave the way for a broader move into the Asia-Pacific region

Trino set to advance open source SQL query performance

The rebranding of PrestoSQL to Trino has been a boon to the open source effort, as new capabilities and adoption of the query technology are growing in 2021.

Microsoft adds telehealth features to Teams

Microsoft's latest Teams features try to ease the confusion and some of the difficulties patients face when using telehealth technology to meet with doctors.

Tech firms launch digital identity scheme for real estate

Five companies joined the digital identity programme aimed at enabling buyers of real estate, and more providers are expected to join a pilot starting this month

Adobe adds Workfront integrations to creative, marketing apps

Adobe begins long task of integrating Workfront with its universe of popular creative collaboration cloud that includes Photoshop, Adobe XD, Adobe Experience Manager and more.

Huawei teams with UK innovators to create 5G futures

Next-generation network facility in Cambridge claims to be breaking fresh ground across multiple industries and creating a true first-mover advantage with private 5G

Singapore-developed chatbot to provide genetic counselling

National University Cancer Institute, Singapore’s chatbot will kickstart the counselling process for patients who have a higher risk of contracting hereditary breast and ovarian cancer

The future of data analytics

The rise of no-code and event-driven architectures are among the developments that will shape the future of data analytics, according to Tibco’s regional chief technology officer

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