Kieron Allen explains the importance of onboarding new and emerging technologies after C3 AI’s announcement of its government contract with the U.S. Missile Defense Agency.
Given that technology evolves and accelerates at a rapid pace, Tony Uphoff explains why the lines between a technology company and a company harnessing the power of technology are blurring.
SAP’s Chris Atkins and Don Ingle describe bringing cloud technology to the public sector and the challenges faced such as reluctance to adopt best practices, risk, security, cost and making IT a business partner.
In this Industry Cloud Battleground session, recorded at Cloud Wars Expo 2022, Jon Rooney, Nicholas Smith, and John Sasson discuss how cloud technology can help public sector customers.
Google Cloud’s Emma Fish and Brad Hoffman describe how Google Cloud positions its solutions within the public sector and the top three priorities for today’s public sector customers.
Kieron Allen profiles Rubicon, a company that excels in providing a sustainable waste management solution that dramatically reduces the amount of waste in an organization and equates to cost savings.
In this Cloud Wars Expo Industry Cloud Battleground moment, SAP’s Don Ingle explains how the company prioritizes the citizen experience to gain the trust of public citizens.
In ep. 23, Kieron Allen discusses a strategic concept that considers guidelines and limitations as opportunities for innovation rather than hurdles to overcome.
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.
With its acquisition of Octo, IBM advances its consulting business, vertical industry focus, and Deep Cloud strategy approach to digital transformation.
With its purchase of digital transformation consultant Octo, IBM extends focus on consulting and verticals, and moves the ‘Deep Cloud’ concept forward.
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.
The public sector has a reputation for moving slowly and inefficiently, but when it comes to cybersecurity, it may be the place for private sector businesses to watch and learn.
In this Cloud Wars Expo moment, SAP’s Don Ingle says that in order for a public sector organization to be able to move the world forward in “really tumultuous times,” it will need to work across sectors beyond the government.
In ep. 74, Aaron covers startup Gabriel’s unique AI solution to prevent and reduce the severity of acts of terror and other threats in public places.
The U.S. Army, which utilizes many subcontractors, realized it was running into too much unused funding. Toni explains how turning to AI helped it find the perfect solution for its budgeting issue.
The Finnish telecommunications company may no longer lead the market in cell phone sales, but it’s increasingly shaping up to be the go-to company for the next generation of cloud-optimized wireless technology.
By distributing AI computation to local sensors and devices where the data is actually generated, Edge AI powers real-time capabilities for everything from medical devices to self-driving cars to energy grid monitoring, as Toni explains.
In Ep. 4 of the Acceleration Economy Minute, Kieron Allen highlights three key takeaways for integrating out-of-the-box AI technologies into business operations.