Highlighting optimistic subscription-revenue trends for Workday, decoding Salesforce’s cautiously optimistic signals for a potential growth turnaround, and expecting continued strong growth for Snowflake driven by AI and expanding data initiatives.
Merlix Reynolds discusses the remarkable impact of utilizing data and business connections in accounting, spotlighting the newfound collaboration and dependence on precise reporting within platforms like Workday.
An analysis of the upcoming fiscal Q4 results of Workday, Snowflake, and Salesforce that emphasizes their ability to succeed in the dynamic cloud market.
A dive into the potential of AI, showcasing the progress of JP Morgan AI Research and Dartmouth College’s DocGraphLM in comprehending complex documents.
Customers can converse with Amazon’s retail AI assistant Rufus and ask questions in context, such as whether a product is suitable for a particular purpose.
Analyzing the role of AI in manufacturing, this CIO guide explores efficiency gains, quality control improvements, and predictive maintenance benefits, while addressing cybersecurity, data privacy, and technology dependency risks.
Workday partners with services provider Insperity to deliver new HR offerings that help small and medium businesses accelerate growth.
Partnering with Soracom, Couchbase makes it easier for customers to connect IoT devices in diverse geographical locations and remote areas where connectivity is often difficult.
The onset of the AI era has revealed critical skills for business environments as well as new AI-influenced roles that represent opportunities for innovation and growth.
The cloud software giant joins the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s US AI Safety Institute Consortium as a member of its inaugural class.
AI Index Ep 27: The AI Alliance adds new members and groups; Jua raises $16M for foundational ML model; and Tachyum develops advanced processors.
Snowflake, Workday, and Salesforce experience the greatest market cap percentage gains among the Cloud Wars Top 10. The index reflects customer confidence in these firms.
The Cloud Wars Cloud and AI Confidence Index reaches an all-time high, led by Microsoft, Google, and Amazon, which all gained well over $1 trillion in market cap.
Supply chains have benefited from AI for years, but GenAI is introducing new capabilities including what-if scenarios, risk mitigation, and finding new opportunities.
With the new Capella iQ, Couchbase lets developers interact with its cloud database using natural language for a more efficient development experience.
Hasso Plattner, SAP’s chairman, orchestrates a last-minute change in leadership, leading to Punit Renjen’s resignation as chairman.
When working with customers that are moving to the cloud, Oracle recognized the importance of embracing a customer success mindset to meet their specific business needs.
SAP charts a new course in leadership with Hasso Plattner’s strategic choice of Pekka Ala-Pietilä as chairman, who was named after the company parted ways with its chairman-designate.
In order to prepare companies for the future of technology-driven business, it’s incumbent upon CIOs to identify and actively address the most critical tech skills gaps.
A major runup in its market cap places Microsoft in elite company, and demonstrates the company placed the right bet when it went all in on AI.
IBM research gives CEOs advice on how to ensure people and skills adapt to GenAI, top use cases to consider, and where they can get the most bang for the buck.
HYCU uses low code/no code and generative AI to simplify integrations for data protection of SaaS applications.
CEO Bill McDermott describes how ServiceNow integrates with other providers to “make the world better for everyone.”
In the realm of quantum computing, IBM shines with milestones that include the Condor processor’s 1,121 qubits and the strategic transition to the Heron processor.
Andy Jassy claims AWS had the cloud market’s highest incremental revenue gain, overlooking Microsoft’s superior figures, leading to questions about his perception of cloud services.
Review five products that can help business tech leaders modernize data while embracing AI, including software from Couchbase, Gathr, Microsoft, Snowflake, and Teradata.
RaceTrac utilizes Workday’s adaptable platform for quick integration of new data, effective module interaction, and prompt implementation of changes.