Latest updates to HYCU’s Protege platform add support for Azure Gov Cloud, disaster recovery to AWS, cross-cloud recovery.
Bob Evans highlights the relationship between SAP and Apple — one that allows Apple to develop BTP and iOS applications 40% faster than ever before.
Christian and Bob talk about why a recent study indicates that 40% of the Fortune 500 could be wiped off the map in the next decade.
Snowflake is leveraging its market-shaking data cloud innovations momentum into the red-hot applications-development space by helping customers deploy and monetize data-intensive applications directly into Snowflake’s Data Cloud.
In this episode, Bob Evans highlights Snowflake’s latest bold moves in the data cloud with application development.
Propel adds product information management (PIM) to its platform, fueling better, faster development of product content for customers.
In this Cloud Wars Expo moment, Carrie Tharp explains how Google Cloud focuses on four areas to enhance the shopping journey for consumers.
The release of SAP Build — a solution the company says will “unleash” great new capabilities, value, and innovation for customers — is the latest example of its transformation into a cloud-first company after about 45 years of being focused on its massive installed base of on-premises customers.
In this Data Modernization Battleground moment, Teradata CMO Jacqueline Woods discusses how younger companies utilize the cloud as a means of accessing data in a simplified format.
In this episode, Bob Evans discusses SAP’s sweeping transition to the cloud, exemplified by its release of the SAP Build suite of low-code tools for business users.
Committing to innovation and technology in uncertain economic times can both identify inefficiencies and shift the focus to more strategic bets that advance the business.
Analyst Bob Evans explains how Oracle plans to achieve 65 billion dollars in revenue, powered by an infrastructure and applications increase.
In this episode, Bob outlines what Oracle must do to reach its projected goal of $65 billion in total revenue by the 2026 fiscal year.
In this Cloud Wars Horizon Minute, Ep. 73, Tom Smith, reporting from Celosphere 2022, details how Celonis relies on its partners for product and market feedback in developing new applications.
In Acceleration Economy Minute, Ep. 2, Kieron, reporting from Celosphere 2022, describes how newly-announced Celonis apps are designed from the ground up to help companies meet sustainability goals.
The digitalization of the world’s major industries continues to accelerate as one of the world’s major automotive companies is creating, in concert with Google Cloud, a “software-defined vehicle” with full-scale, digital-twin capabilities as Renault Group now bills itself as “a tech company.”
Non-tech industry lines are becoming more blurred. Bob Evans describes how Google Cloud and the Renault Group are joining forces to create a software-defined vehicle.
Celonis detailed another partnership with ERGO Group in a co-creation context — this one targeting functionality intended for the insurance industry — on the final day of its Celosphere 2022 customer conference in Munich.
Celonis, in partnership with EcoVadis, IntegrityNext and Climatiq, is developing applications that address the issue of sustainability in supply chains, as Tom Smith reports from Celosphere 2022.
Kieron reports from Celosphere 2022, where Celonis showcased several new apps that make process mining more accessible.