In this Celosphere News Desk, Tom Smith speaks with COO Henning von Einsiedel on how the parent company of JOOP!, Strellson, and Windsor fashion brands uses process mining to reduce emissions, optimize its supply chain, and implement sustainable design and manufacturing.
In this Cloud Wars Expo Moment, Oracle’s Mike Sicilia describes the importance of having smart, interoperable healthcare solutions that improve the patient experience.
Pushing its sweeping co-creation model with global banks to new levels, IBM will help these financial institutions become more secure, compliant, and resilient but also boost performance.
In this Cloud Wars Demo Day moment, Kenny Mullican shares the example of how a chip manufacturer’s implementation of
hardware-sensor-equipped AI automation software spotted product flaws earlier in the process, which sped up and improved production.
Dell innovates in the sustainability realm with a concept PC that has no screws and components that snap in and out. It’s an impressive advance.
Together, this partnership is driving new notions of cybersecurity, governance, risk mitigation, and compliance, says Bob in the latest episode of the Cloud Wars Minute.
Legislation would require cabinet agencies to collaborate to solve supply chain issues; but will that approach be effective? In episode 80 of the Cloud Wars Horizon minute, Tom Smith looks into it.
The deal’s buyer-seller relationship demonstrates how Microsoft Teams is a robust platform that external organizations can use to co-create new solutions, applications, and workspaces.
Disney was riding high off the successful launch of Disney+, but three mistakes led to more somber times, and former CEO Bob Chapek paid the price. Tony explores what tech leaders can learn from the debacle.
Bob details the megadeal between Microsoft and the Londan Stock Exchange Group, which is the latest example of a major cloud provider co-creating with key customers in this Cloud Wars News article.
In this episode, Bob outlines the megadeal between Microsoft and the London Stock Exchange Group, which is another prime example of how the cloud is blurring industry lines.
Tony Uphoff and Tom Smith connect with Ross Meyercord, the new CEO of Propel Software, to get his thinking on customers and 2023 priorities.
Wayne Sadin and Bob Evans discuss layoffs in the tech industry, and the opportunity this presents for “traditional” companies to go digital.
With its acquisition of Octo, IBM advances its consulting business, vertical industry focus, and Deep Cloud strategy approach to digital transformation.
Where does a company begin on its journey to operationalize sustianability? It may seem like a monster of a challenge, but Growth Swarm hosts John Siefert, Bob Evans, Tony Uphoff, and Scott Vaughan offer insights into the “how” and “why” in ep. 28.
With its purchase of digital transformation consultant Octo, IBM extends focus on consulting and verticals, and moves the ‘Deep Cloud’ concept forward.
Bill reviews ThreatQuotient’s “2022 State of Cybersecurity Automation” report, which finds that the majority of organizations experience pain problems implementing these initiatives.
In this Cloud Wars Expo Moment, MIcrosoft Worldwide Financial Services-Americas Regional Business Lead Tony Evans explains how acceleration and aggregation of data heavily influence the the company’s future, as competitive pressures fall on incumbent institutions.
The Pentagon is using multiple cloud providers for a $9 billion contract. Bob breaks down the specifics and the significance of the deal.
The Pentagon has decided to follow a hybrid-cloud approach in what it calls the JEDI (Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure) contract, which is assigned to four Cloud Wars Top 10 companies.