Snowflake is growing through adoption by big companies that have FOMO, or a fear of missing out, on the data cloud, explains Bob Evans.
Analyst Robert Wood explains a strategy for resolving data breaches that entails getting inside your adversary’s head.
While the realization of a cybersecurity incident of course brings primary impacts, it doesn’t stop there. In this analysis, Chris explains how and why preparation helps.
We need a different approach to getting and keeping women in the tech industry. Here’s where the Metaverse comes in, writes Janet Schijns.
Considering Salesforce’s dismal Q3 results, Bob shares what he thinks the company must examine to get back on the growth train.
After a breach, you’ll want to stop data loss as soon as possible, but it comes with risks and other drawbacks. Frank shares tips to arm you with the knowledge, options, and flexibility to advise your business on the right approach.
X-ray, MRI, ultrasound, and their ilk make up the holy grail of healthcare data, which is why Google Cloud and AWS are competing to develop dedicated cloud technologies for the space, writes Kieron.
Burned out security and software teams are hard to retain and increase the odds of a breach. Bill speaks with Object First’s David Bennett, about how he tackles the issue as an object storage solution startup CEO.
Kieron explains how the cloud-based open directory startup has expanded from providing a remote device and identity access management tool to now offering a wide array of services and mechanisms for remote work IT management.
A simple premise sums up how HPE is delivering sterling performance numbers: customer demand for hybrid cloud.
Bob explains what the battle between the two companies says about the rise of the enterprise cloud.
Frank shares a few essential ways to get the right people, set the ground rules, and stay informed so you can successfully navigate your breach response.
Kenny explains how CIOs can build co-creation partnerships and embrace innovation leadership to advance their organizations.
Bob analyzes Workday’s Q3 earnings call, which revealed robust growth that the company’s co-CEOs attribute to customers consolidating cloud providers in the uncertain macro-environment.
From NLP and chatbots to personalized marketing communications and dynamic customer journeys, there are plenty of AI-based opportunities to enhance the customer experience, as Toni reports.
Using the retail and appliance industry as examples, Janet explains how the Metaverse can help address services issues and the customer experience in new ways.
As part of its annual re:Invent show’s new-product blitz, AWS framed its “Digital Sovereignty Pledge” as offering “control without compromise.” Bob looks at what this commitment says about the company’s position compared to Microsoft’s and Google Cloud’s.
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.
Cropin, Couchbase, HYCU, and other Cloud Wars Horizon companies gain new visibility at the AWS re:Invent conference.
Parte 5 de una serie de Recomendaciones para implementar un proyecto de inteligencia artificial, lo que un gerente debe saber sobre mantenimiento y operación.