HYCU has joined the list of companies with free cloud services, adding a cloud data protection offer that applies to AWS customers.
Kyndryl, the IBM spinoff, strikes a partnership with Five9 for cloud-based contact centers to improve customer experience in call centers and IT support.
In the latest Cloud Wars Horizon Minute, Ep. 32, Tom Smith covers Kyndryl, which was spun off from IBM in 2021 and now provides consulting services under its own brand name.
Cybersecurity, supply Chains, and AI/ML are big focus areas for investors.
In Cloud Wars Horizon Minute, Ep. 31, Tom Smith covers supply chain, security, and ML startups that recently received big funding rounds.
“The road ahead is less certain,” says Matthew Prince, “but I’m looking forward to Cloudflare getting even better during the tough times.”
In Cloud Wars Horizon Minute, Ep. 30, Tom Smith shares the best quotes from the recent earnings call with the company’s chief executive,
smartShift’s intelligent automation platform analyzes, remediates, and transforms code for S/4 HANA on a guaranteed cost and time basis.
JBS faced a daunting task in conducting an SAP ERP migration. Then it discovered smartShift automation, which eliminated vast amounts of manual work.
The PLEXIGLAS manufacturer selected Workspot’s cloud desktop technology to provide secure, high-speed access to design apps for engineers at partner firms.
By leveraging the cloud, the aptly-named Workspot lets employees access their full desktop — in a variety of forms — from wherever they’re working.
In Cloud Wars Horizon Minute, Ep. 28, Tom Smith introduces Workspot’s technology, which effectively secures desktops that users access in the cloud.
Celonis occupies a unique position in the software industry: It doesn’t manage core business functions like an ERP system, yet it delivers an outsized financial impact for its customers.
The electronic component distributor’s VP of Enterprise Effectiveness shares how Celonis software helped improve processes and drive cost savings.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob previews his chat with IBM Consulting SVP John Granger on the company’s approach to hybrid cloud partnerships.
Automating core financial functions helped the youth organization’s Silicon Valley stay on mission while minimizing investment in financial headcount and back-office administration.
Tom Smith profiles an innovative AI startup whose bots are bolstered by natural language processing, making them highly tuned to automatically handle finance functions.
Auditoria is a startup that is driving business results for customers by automating common financial processes through purpose-built bots.
The automation software leader just acquired Re:infer, a London-based provider of natural language processing software for unstructured documents and communications, to help deliver superior interactions with customers.
RapidMiner’s latest release and positioning aims to make AI accessible to all classes of users, along with training opportunities to facilitate adoption.