TP-Link Archer T2UH AC600 не видит Wi-Fi сеть 5 ГГц

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TP-Link Archer T2UH AC600 не видит Wi-Fi сеть 5 ГГц.
2019/07/252019/01/22 от От пользователей часто поступают вопросы.

Почему TP-Link Archer T2UH AC600 не видит сеть 5 ГГц

а нормально работает лишь с сетями в диапазоне 2.4 ГГц.
Дело в том, что хотя в характеристиках на сайте и написано, что он поддерживает стандарт 802.11ac, .

TP-Link Archer T2UH AC600 в действительности работает с не полным диапазоном 5 ГГц

Он не будет видеть так называемый диапазон UNII-3, где располагаются каналы 136 — 165 и это нельзя исправить никак – ни установкой других драйверов, ни изменением настроек в диспетчере устройств (хотя там доступны для выбора такие регионы как Регион 9 с якобы полным диапазоном каналов).
Не понятно, зачем компания TP-Link вводит пользователей в заблуждение.
ЧитатьTP-Link Archer T2UH AC600 не видит Wi-Fi сеть 5 ГГц Wi-Fi 5 ГГц 5 комментариев Ноутбук (компьютер с Wi-Fi адаптером) не видит Wi-Fi сеть 5 ГГц.
2018/12/282018/12/28 от В этой статье я объясню, почему ноутбук или компьютер с подключенным Wi-Fi адаптером не видит сеть роутера в диапазоне 5 ГГц и что делать, чтобы не попасть в подобную ситуацию.
Сегодня один старый знакомый мне задал очень занимательный вопрос: Почему USB Wi-Fi адаптер не видит сеть 5 ГГц.
Ситуация банальна: человек купил современный 2-диапазонный роутер TP-Link Archer C9 с поддержкой Wi-Fi 5 ГГц.
Его смартфон Galaxy S9 нормально подключается к сети роутера и стабильно работает.

После этого пользователь решил купить Wi-Fi адаптер с поддержкой 5 ГГц

чтобы его стационарный компьютер с Windows 10 тоже мог подключаться к Wi-Fi сети.
ЧитатьНоутбук (компьютер с Wi-Fi адаптером) не видит Wi-Fi сеть 5 ГГц Wi-Fi 5 ГГц Оставьте комментарий Как переключить роутер TP-Link на 5 ГГц.
2019/01/182018/12/16 от Включить или переключить?.
Итак, прежде чем рассказать вам о том, как включить 5 ггц на роутере tp-link, хочу для начала объяснить некоторые моменты. ЧитатьКак переключить роутер TP-Link на 5 ГГц TP-Link.

Wi-Fi 5 ГГц Оставьте комментарий Не работает Skype в Windows 10

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Подключение… и синий значок.
2018/02/092018/02/07 от Что делать, если Skype перестал работать —  запускается, но не может подключиться (февраль 2018).
Думаю, многие из тех, кто пользуется классическим приложением Skype, сейчас столкнулись с тем, .

Что Скайп перестал работать и не подключается к сети Интернет

Программа запускается, но внизу пишет «Подключение» и вместо зеленого отображается синий анимированный значок со стрелочками.
Если нажать Помощь — Проверить обновление, то предлагает скачать новую версию, даже якобы скачивает, но после нажатия Установить сейчас установка так и не начинается.
И проблема соответственно не решается.
В этой статье читайте о том, как все-таки заставить Скайп подключиться к серверу и работать, чтобы вы могли звонить, обмениваться сообщениями.

Отправлять и принимать файлы. ЧитатьНе работает Skype в Windows 10

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Подключение… и синий значок Сеть и Интернет 19 комментариев Как узнать IP-адрес компьютера или ноутбука в Windows 10.
2018/01/232018/01/23 от Пошаговая инструкция о том, как узнать IP-адрес компьютера, ноутбука, нетбука в Windows 10.
Имеется в виду внутренний IP-адрес, который используется в локальной сети.
В большинстве случаев это тот адрес, который ваш роутер выдает сетевому адаптеру вашего ПК или ноутбука.
Он вам может понадобиться, если вы хотите заходить на ваш компьютер с другого устройства в вашей домашней сети — будь-то компьютер с Windows, телефон\планшет с Андроид, айфон, айпад, которые в данный момент подключены к этому же маршрутизатору.
(О том, как зайти на компьютер через Интернет путем проброса порта на роутере и настройки удаленного рабочего стола, мы писали здесь). ЧитатьКак узнать IP-адрес компьютера или ноутбука в Windows 10 , Сеть и Интернет Оставьте комментарий Выбор канала Wi-Fi 5 ГГц на роутере или точке доступа.
2018/12/282018/01/15 от В этой статье объясним, как выбрать беспроводной канал для Wi-Fi сети в стандарте 802.11ac/ax и 802.11n на частоте 5 ГГц.
Более-менее продвинутые пользователи уже давно выучили, что роутеры, работающие на частоте 2.4 ГГц, используют 13 WiFi-каналов и их номера соответственно от 1 до 13.
Однако, купив современный маршрутизатор или точку доступа, которые поддерживают 5 ГГц, пользователь сталкивается с необходимостью выбрать канал и для диапазона 5 ГГц, но в настройках он видит совсем незнакомые цифры. ЧитатьВыбор канала Wi-Fi 5 ГГц на роутере или точке доступа Wi-Fi 5 ГГц Метки 802.11ac, 802.11ax, .

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It’s been said that a day in crypto investing feels like a month in traditional stock investing, and any Bitcoin trader knows that’s not an exaggeration.
Things have only gotten faster as bots and automatic trading algorithms have worked their way into the mix.
It can be frustrating to be an individual trader and see the best prices on the exchanges snapped up by bots.
But it’s a great feeling to be the one controlling these crypto trading robots.
These complex software solutions exploit common market events and trends, earning potentially huge returns for their creators.
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Quantum Code.
Quantum Code is an automated trading platform that gives its users the ability to earn profit through employing advanced algorithms designed to accurately analyse live market-data.

Quantum Code Review Bitcoin Secret

Bitcoin Secret claims to be a crypto bot.
There is little information about it online making it impossible to prove whether their claim is true or false.
Bitcoin Secret Review Bitcoin Loophole.
The Bitcoin Loophole System (BTC Loophole) app is one of the more promising Bitcoin bots, developed by Bitcoin investor and trader Steve McKay.
Bitcoin Loophole Review Bitcoin Evolution.
Bitcoin Evolution is a specialised automatic cryptocurrency trading platform where you can invest funds to be traded by robots powered by artificial intelligence, earning a profit for you.

Bitcoin Evolution Review Libra Method

Libra Method is an automatic trading platform that leverages a combination of trading data from cryptocurrency exchanges and social media data from Facebook to identify trading signals and action them.
Libra Method Review The 30k Challenge.
The 30K Challenge is a trading robot which claims to earn you a profit of $30,000 over 30 days.
The 30k Challenge Review One Bitcoin A Day.
The rise of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies has led to widespread adoption of digital assets in various aspects.
But most importantly, traders have found a new front for making money.
One Bitcoin A Day Review Bitcoin Money.
Bitcoin Money is a crypto robot that claims to help the trader to automatically generate free money by trading on their behalf through use of an automated system.
Bitcoin Money Review Ripple code.
Ripple Code is a robot that makes automated trades across various cryptocurrency exchanges.
The creators claim that it uses advanced algorithms to achieve highly accurate trading signals.
Ripple code Review Crypto Comeback Pro.
Crypto Comeback Pro is an easy-to-use automated trading platform featuring a trading robot with an algorithm uniquely designed to capitalize on cryptocurrency volatility.
Crypto Comeback Pro Review Crypto Trader.
Crypto Trader is a trading robot that utilizes a combination of complex algorithms in order to facilitate the buying and selling of cryptocurrencies at incredibly fast speeds.
Crypto Trader Review Crypto VIP Club.
Crypto VIP Club is a trading robot that is designed to help professional and aspiring traders conduct their online business activities effectively.
Crypto VIP Club Review Bitcoin Investor.
Bitcoin Investor is an auto-trading robot that analyses vast quantities of market data and uses the information to place lucrative trades on behalf of the investor.
Bitcoin Investor Review The News Spy.
The News Spy is an innovative automated trading platform that combines high-tech trading software with expert market sensitive news analysis.
The News Spy Review Bitcoin Trade Robot.
Bitcoin Trade Robot is an automated software that can leverage on analysed data to provide highly accurate trading signals.

Bitcoin Trade Robot Review Bitcoin Trader

Bitcoin Trader is optimized to help investors make profitable cryptocurrency investment decisions using the award-winning time leap technology.

Bitcoin Trader Review Bitcoin Revival

Bitcoin Revival is a crypto trading robot that is making waves online as a result of the success it has brought for its users.

Bitcoin Revival Review 1K Daily Profit

1K Daily Profit is a binary options trading app.
It is ideally suited for novice traders with no prior knowledge or experience of trading.
1K Daily Profit Review BTC Robot.
BTC Robot is a software that supports the investor in trading CFDs (contracts for difference) in cryptocurrency.
BTC Robot Review Crypto Method.
Crypto Method makes use of A.
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Crypto Method Review Bitcoin Era

Bitcoin Era is a robot that is optimized for cryptocurrency trading, and with Bitcoin accounting for more than 52% of the market capitalization, it is a wise choice to explore this opportunity.
Bitcoin Era Review Bitcoin Profit.
Bitcoin Profit is a valuable software that cryptocurrency investors can leverage on to boost profitability.
Bitcoin Profit Review Bitcoin Boom.
Bitcoin Boom is a robot trader that optimizes cryptocurrency positions so that users can make profits by following its leads.
Bitcoin Boom Review Bitcoin Lifestyle.
Bitcoin Lifestyle is a robot that is optimized to enable you to earn daily profits in crypto trading without the hassle of sitting down all day to read through charts and market reports.

Bitcoin Lifestyle Review Crypto Code

Crypto Code is a trading software which claims to have a working algorithm able to predict future market movements.  Crypto Code Review Bitcoin Revolution.
Bitcoin Revolution is a groundbreaking automatic cryptocurrency-trading robot that analyses market signals and executes trades with market-leading speed.
Bitcoin Revolution Review Bitcoin Future.
Bitcoin Future is a web trader designed to optimize profitability for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency investments.
Bitcoin Future Review Bitcoin Superstar.
Bitcoin Superstar is a cryptocurrency trading robot that is optimized for use on mobile devices and computers.
Bitcoin Superstar Review Bitcoin Wealth.
Bitcoin Wealth is marketed as a trading bot that enables users to make daily profits from cryptocurrency trading.

Bitcoin Wealth Review Bitcoin News Trader

Bitcoin News Trader is a robot designed to facilitate successful cryptocurrency trades by analysing huge quantities of live news data.

Bitcoin News Trader Review Crypto Cash

Crypto Cash trades completely independently and claims to provide its users with extremely high profits.
Crypto Cash Review Bitcoin Compass.
Bitcoin Compass is a trading robot that uses an algorithm to make very reliable price forecasts.
Bitcoin Compass Review Crypto Revolt.
Crypto Revolt is a leading software designed for investors to make significant profit in the buying and selling of cryptocurrencies.
Crypto Revolt Review Ethereum Code.
Ethereum Code is a robot that automatically trades cryptocurrencies.
It independently gathers market data and makes investment decisions based on its analysis.

Ethereum Code Review Crypto Hopper

Crypto Hopper automates the processes involved in the access and review of market data in order to make intelligent investment decisions.
Crypto Hopper Review Bitcoin Formula.
Bitcoin Formula is a crypto trading software that wades through the vast quantities of global data relevant to Bitcoin, providing the best trading positions, enabling you to make a daily profit.
Bitcoin Formula Review Bitcoin Millionaire.
Bitcoin Millionaire is a trading robot offered free of charge for use by bitcoin traders.
The web-based software is programmed to uniquely initiate and close trades on behalf of the investor.

Bitcoin Millionaire Review Bitcoin Code

The focus of Bitcoin Code is to optimize cryptocurrency trading for members of its community.
This bot accesses and analyses market data in order to make the best investment decisions that will return optimal profits.
Bitcoin Code Review Immediate Edge.
Immediate Edge is a leading trading bot that gives cryptocurrency investors valuable signals on the most profitable platforms to buy or sell their tokens.
Immediate Edge Review Bitcoin Circuit.
Bitcoin Circuit is a market leader among crypto trading bots that are highly rated around the world.
Bitcoin Circuit Review Bitcoin Rush.
Bitcoin Rush is an award-winning trading platform that combines blazingly fast automatic trading software with expert market signal analysis.
Bitcoin Rush Review Bitcoin Method.
Bitcoin Method is a popular automated Bitcoin trading robot created specifically to help traders increase their profitability from cryptocurrency and forex trading.

Bitcoin Method Review Bitcoin Miner

Bitcoin Miner is designed to leverage the technological power of your IoT (Internet of Things) devices to mine cryptos.
Bitcoin Miner Review Bitcoin Billionaire.
Bitcoin Billionaire is a cutting-edge Bitcoin analytics trading platform that utilizes machine learning to identify and execute opportunistic trades with market-leading speeds.
Bitcoin Billionaire Review Bitcoin Fortune.
Bitcoin Fortune is a crypto trading software that wades through the vast quantities of global data relevant to Bitcoin, providing the best trading positions, enabling you to make a daily profit.
Bitcoin Fortune Review Crypto Nation Pro.
Crypto nation Pro is a web trader that uses Artificial Intelligence to analyze market reports and cryptocurrency behavior in order to optimize the daily profits of its users.
Crypto Nation Pro Review Bitcoin Blueprint.
Bitcoin Blueprint is an investment trading robot that is designed to help users maximize their profits in crypto trading.
Bitcoin Blueprint Review CryptoSoft.
CryptoSoft hugs the headlines for forecasting demand volumes for each token, its possible price, and right timing to make a sale.
CryptoSoft Review Bitcoin Hero.
Bitcoin Hero is a web trading robot that is designed to help investors get optimal returns on their cryptocurrency portfolio.
As a trading tool, it enables users to analyse market data and proffer the best course of action.
Bitcoin Hero Review What Is a Cryptocurrency Robot?.
In a nutshell, a crypto robot is a piece of software that analyzes different exchanges and market conditions to find buying and selling opportunities.
It then makes the necessary trades to earn the biggest possible profits.
When investors put their money into one of these automatic trading robots, they get returns based on how well the robot performs and how much money they deposited.
Below, we’ve got a roundup of some of the best ones in 2020.

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CodeTiburon developed an eCommerce solution for one of the most advanced biotechnology and genetic testing companies in Asia.
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The client – DrGene, Hong Kong Limited Company – is a participant in the direct-to-consumer (DTC) genetic testing industry.
DTC genetic testing is based on the ability to sell tests online, collect samples from the customer at his/her home, sequence or genotype the samples, analyze the results and then provide useful online and offline informational services based on the customer’s genome.
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CodeTiburon team developed an eCommerce website based on Magento – probably the best eCommerce software in the market today.
The system was integrated with external CRM software and proprietary genetic lab software in order to store customer data and test results.

DrGene provides various tests and their results can be represented in a variety of ways

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We have built an advanced CMS on top of a standard Magento CMS

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Customers can order genetic tests online using the most popular Chinese payment systems

The website supports three languages: English, simplified and traditional Chinese.
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Platform: Magento CE, multilanguage.
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Server: CentOS 6, MySQL 5, PHP 5, Nginx.
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The project was completed on time and within a budget.
The first release was delivered in the autumn of 2014.
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All the necessary documents and training were provided: special instructions for deployment to production, CMS guidelines.
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A CCOE should ideally be vendor-neutral and span IaaS

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Jul 13 What sort of org structures work well for helping to drive successful cloud adoption.
Every day I talk to businesses and public-sector entities about this topic.
Some have been successful.
Others are struggling.
And the late-adopters are just starting out and want to get it right from the start.
Back in 2014, I started giving conference talks about an emerging industry best practice — the “Cloud Center of Excellence” (CCOE) concept.
I published a research note at the start of 2019 distilling a whole bunch of advice on how to build a CCOE, and I’ve spent a significant chunk of the last year and a half talking to customers about it.
Now I’ve revised that research, turning it into a hefty two-part note on How to Build a Cloud Center of Excellence: part 1 (organizational design) and part 2 (Year 1 tasks).
Gartner’s approach to the CCOE is fundamentally one that is rooted in the discipline of enterprise architecture and the role of EA in driving business success through the adoption of innovative technologies.

We advocate a CCOE based on three core pillars — governance (cost management

risk management, etc.), brokerage (solution architecture and vendor management), and community (driving organizational collaboration, knowledge-sharing, and cloud best practices surfaced organically).

Note that it is vital for the CCOE to be focused on governance rather than on control

Organizations who remain focused on control are less likely to deliver effective self-service, or fully unlock key cloud benefits such as agility, flexibility and access to innovation.
Indeed, IT organizations that attempt to tighten their grip on cloud control often face rebellion from the business that actually decreases the power of the CIO and the IT organization.
Also importantly, we do not think that the single-vendor CCOE approaches (which are currently heavily advocated by the professional services organizations of the hyperscalers) are the right long-term solution for most customers.
A CCOE should ideally be vendor-neutral and span IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS in a multicloud world, with a focus on finding the right solutions to business problems (which may be cloud or noncloud).
And a CCOE is not an IaaS/PaaS operations organization — cloud engineering/operations is a separate set of organizational decisions (I’ll have a research note out on that soon, too).
Please dive into the research (Gartner paywall) if you are interested in reading all the details.
I have discussed this topic with literally thousands of clients over the last half-dozen years.

If you’re a Gartner for Technical Professionals client

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2019 edition → Updating Gartner’s cloud IaaS evaluation criteria.
Jul 30 In February of this year, .

We revised the Evaluation Criteria for Cloud IaaS (Gartner paywall)

The evaluation criteria (now rebranded Solution Criteria) are essentially the sort of criteria that prospective customers typically include in RFPs.
They are highly detailed technical criteria, along with some objectively-verifiable business capabilities (such as elements in a technical support program, enterprise ISV partnerships, ability to support particular compliance requirements, etc.).
The Solution Criteria are intended to help cloud architects evaluate cloud IaaS providers (and integrated IaaS+PaaS providers such as the hyperscale cloud providers), whether public or private, or assess their own internal private cloud.
We are about to publish Solution Scorecards (formerly branded In-Depth Assessments) for multiple providers; Gartner analysts assess these solutions hands-on and determine whether or not they have capabilities that meet the requirements of a criterion.
The TL;DR version In summary, we revised the Solution Criteria extensively in 2019, and the results were as follows: The criteria have been updated to reflect the current IaaS+PaaS market.
Expectations are significantly higher than in previous years.

Expectations have been aligned to other Gartner research

taking into account customer wants and needs in the relevant market, not just in a cloud-specific context.
Many capabilities have been consolidated and are now required.
Most vendor scores in the Solution Scorecards have dropped dramatically since last year, and there is a much broader spread of vendor scores.
The Evolution of Customer Demands The Evaluation Criteria (EC) for Cloud IaaS was first published in 2012.
It received a significant update every other year (each even-numbered year) thereafter.
When first written, the EC reflected the concerns of our clients at the time, many of whom were infrastructure and operations (I&O) professionals with VMware backgrounds.
With each iteration, the EC evolved significantly, yet incrementally.
In the meantime, the market moved extremely quickly.

The market evolution towards cloud integrated IaaS and PaaS (IaaS+PaaS) providers

and the market exit (or strategic de-investment) of many of the “commodity” providers, radically changed the structure and nature of the market over time.

Cloud IaaS providers weren’t just expected to provide “hardware infrastructure”

but also “software infrastructure”, including all of the necessary management and automation.
This essentially forced these providers into introducing services that compete in many IT markets and in an extraordinary number of software niches.
Furthermore, as the market matured, the roles and expectations of our clients also evolved significantly.
The focus shifted to enterprise-wide initiatives, rather than project-based adoption.
Digital business transformation elevated the importance of cloud-native workloads, while IT transformation emphasized the need for high-quality cloud migration of existing workloads.

The notion that a cloud IaaS provider could successfully run all

or almost all, of a customer’s IT became part of the assumptions that needed to underpin the provider evaluation process.  Today’s cloud IaaS customers have high expectations.
Experienced customers are becoming more sophisticated, but late adopters also have high expectations of a provider that have to be met to help the customer overcome barriers to adoption.
For 2019, we decided to take a look at the EC“from scratch”,  in order to try to construct a list of criteria that are the most relevant to  the initiatives of customers today.
In many cases, .

Our clients are trying to pick a primary strategic IaaS provider

In other cases, our clients already have a primary provider but are trying to pick a strategic secondary provider as they implement a multicloud strategy.
Finally, some of our clients are choosing a provider for a tactical need, but still need to understand that provider’s capabilities in detail.
Constructing the Revision The revision needed to keep a similar number of criteria (in order to keep the assessment time manageable and the assessment itself at a readable length) — we ended up with 265 for 2019.
In order to keep the total number of criteria down, we needed to consolidate closely-related criteria into a single criterion.
Many criteria became multi-part as a result.
We tried to consolidate the “table stakes” functionality that could be assumed to be a part of all (or almost all) cloud IaaS offerings, in order to make room for more differentiated capabilities.  We tried to be as vendor-neutral as possible.
The evaluation criteria have evolved since the initial 2012 introduction; when we introduced new criteria in the past, we often ended up with criteria requirements that closely mirrored the feature-set of the first provider to offer a capability, since that provider shaped customer expectations.
In this 2019 revision, we tried to go back to the core customer requirements, without concern as to whether cloud provider implementations fully aligned with those requirements — the criteria are intended to reflect what customers want and not what vendors offer .  There are requirements that no vendors meet, but which we often hear our clients ask for; in such cases we tried to phrase those requirements in ways that are reasonable and implementable at scale, as it’s okay for the criteria to be somewhat aspirational for the market.
We tried to make sure that the criteria were worded using standard Gartner terms or general market terminology, avoiding vendor-specific terms.

(Note that because vendors not-infrequently adopt Gartner terms

there were cases where providers had adopted terminology from earlier versions of EC, and we made no attempt to alter such terms.) We tried to keep to requirements, without dictating implementation, where possible.
However.

We had to keep in mind that in cloud IaaS

where there are customers who want fine-grained visibility and control over the infrastructure, there still must be implementation specificity when the customer explicitly wants those elements exposed.
Defining the Criteria During the process of determining the criteria, we sought input broadly within Gartner, both in terms of discussing the criteria with other analysts as well as incorporating things from existing Gartner written research.
(And the criteria reflect, as much as possible, the discussions we’ve had with clients about what they’re looking for, and what they’re putting into their RFPs.) In some cases, we needed input from specialists in a topic.
In some areas of technology, clients who need to have deep-dive discussions on features may talk almost exclusively to analysts specialized in those areas.
Those analysts are familiar with current requirements as well as the future of those technology areas, and are thus the best source for determining those needs.
For example, areas such as machine learning and IoT are primarily covered by analysts with those specializations, even when the customers are implementing cloud solutions.
There are also areas, such as Security, where we have detailed cloud recommendations from those teams.
So we extensively incorporated their input.
We also looked at non-cloud capabilities when there were market gaps relative to customer desires.
There are areas where either cloud providers do not currently have capabilities, or where those capabilities are relatively nascent.
Thus, we needed to identify where customers are using on-premises solutions, and want cloud solutions.
We also needed to determine what the “minimum viable product” should be for the purposes of constructing a criterion around it.
Feedback from non-cloud analysts was also important because it identified areas where clients were not using a cloud solution because of something that was missing.
In many cases, these were not technology features, but issues around transparency, or the lack of solutions acceptable on a global basis.
Finally,  the way that customers source solutions, build applications, and manage their data is changing.
We tried to ensure that the new criteria aligned with these trends.
Because more and more of our clients are deploying cloud solutions globally, every criterion also had some requirements as to its global availability.
These are used only for advisory purposes and are not part of scoring.  The vendors were allowed to give feedback on the criteria prior to publication.
We wanted to check if the criteria were reasonable, and seemed fair.
We incorporated feedback that constituted good, vendor-neutral suggestions that aligned to customer requirements.
The End Results When you see the Solution Scorecards, you may be surprised by lower scores on the part of many of the providers.
We’re being transparent about the Evaluation Criteria (Solution Criteria) revision in order to help you understand why the scores are lower.
The lower scores were an unintentional side-effect of the revision, but reflect, to some degree, the state of the market  relative to the very high expectations of customers.
Note that this year’s lower scores do not indicate that providers have “gone backwards” or removed capabilities; they just reflect the provider’s status against a raised bar of customer expectations.  We expect that when we update the scorecards in the second half of this year, scores will increase, as many of the vendors have since introduced missing capabilities, or will do so by the next update.  We retain confidence that the solution criteria are a good reflection of a broad range of current customer expectations.
Because many vendors are doing a good job of listening to what customers and prospects want, and planning accordingly, we think that the solution criteria will also be reflected in future vendor roadmaps and market development.
We discuss the Solution Scorecards and scores in a separate blog post.
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