Roblox is a big name in the Metaverse. Kieron explains its origins, how it works, and why it has garnered so many major corporations as partners.
Cloud Wars Horizon
Our latest installment on startup funding highlights tec companies working on rebate management, SMB finances, eye health, cloud app dev, and data analytics.
IBM joins the growing lineup of AI suppliers looking to democratize the technology. The company is offering embeddable AI libraries.
Kyndryl consulting push brings together co-creation and integration to help customers drive digital transformation, IT modernization.
Startup Aforza brings industry cloud functionality to consumer goods and, in so doing, is driving new levels of efficiency in a $2T market.
In Cloud Wars Horizon Minute, Ep. 62, Tom Smith explains why consumer goods industry cloud startup Aforza is making a splash in consumer goods.
From improving medical inventory management to optimizing supply chains to helping relationships grow, innovations flowed at the 43North startup competition.
Five startups that won $1 million to grow their companies give good reason for optimism that the tech industry is still fueling innovation.
As Tom Smith reports, startup neurothink has embraced a multi-cloud model — based on several VMware products — to help make AI and ML “radically accessible.”
Radical accessibility is how neurothink describes its approach to AI/ML services. It aims to make good on that promise through multi-cloud.
UiPath automation and software robots are welcomed at Lenovo. Tom Smith delves into how the company’s Human Resources (HR) department has benefitted from these advances in technology.
Investment from Okta gives HYCU entree to a big installed base, and links leading identity management and data protection products.
Verusen, Stockly, FindMine and TotalCtrl are all part of SAP.iO’s startup accelerator; all are expanding with customers, wins, or investments.
Startup Verusen has identified $53M in savings opportunities within client supply chains and helped manage more than $2B in inventory.
Tom Smith talks with Celonis co-CEO Alex Rinke, who extols the “vision and confidence” that customers will gain at the upcoming Celosphere event.
Many organizations and companies are tentative about adopting underregulated and sometimes risky Web3 technologies. Enter Chainalysis, an industry backbone that makes the process safer and more streamlined for newcomers.
Walmart takes further steps to democratize retail industry data, solidifying its leadership. Kroger buys Albertsons to accelerate growth.
In episode 57 of the Cloud Wars Horizon Minute, Tom Smith covers recent news from Walmart, which rolled out a free version of its big data app for suppliers and also standardized its finance organization on PowerBI. Meanwhile, Kroger is growing by acquisition.
Scott Vaughan provides several examples of “customer dazzle” to show why now’s the time for businesses to modernize their cloud database strategies and develop scalable environments.
Process mining delivers powerful results for giant companies. A German consulting startup aims to extend those benefits to the mid-market.