Involving non-technical managers in the buying process helps ensure that technology purchasing decisions have a direct impact on business growth and productivity.
The Cloud Wars Top 10 companies are projected to generate $359.4 billion in cloud revenue in 2023, despite economic challenges, with Microsoft leading at a growth rate of 21.6%, while Oracle is the fastest-growing member with a 38.8% growth rate.
Informatica’s latest performance results show strong subscription revenue growth as well as a sharp increase in transactions processed.
Microsoft MVP Kylie Kiser discusses the upcoming Community Summit North America, taking place Oct. 15-20 in Charlotte, NC.
Projected growth rates for the Cloud Wars Top 10 companies in 2023 showcase the sector’s resilience and rapid expansion.
The addition of generative AI to Tenable’s exposure management platform makes its functionality more consumable and fuels greater adoption.
This SAPinsider Financial Close Transformation white paper dives into the benefits of automating reporting with technologies that improve efficiency and accuracy.
Microsoft exec Charles Lamanna discusses the copilot phenomenon, growth in his company’s apps and platforms, and how generative AI is turbo-charging productivity.
Intel’s plan for artificial intelligence seeks to transforms personal and business devices, offering potential for integration and innovation.
AptEdge is using generative AI to turn the challenge of data and knowledge sprawl into an advantage when it comes to serving customers.
AI Index Report episode 6: Zscaler develops new tools for IT and security teams; Protect AI secures funding for AI security tools; and Inworld builds a platform to create AI non-player characters, or NPCs.
Its growth rate has declined over 18 months, but AWS remains a dominant cloud infrastructure force and customers benefit from its scale, focus on innovation, and generative AI strategy.
Despite declining growth rates, AWS has plenty going for it including its massive scale, cloud infrastructure leadership, customer focus, and potential in the generative AI market.
Organizations that can meet their customers’ need throughout all stages of the relationship are more likely to achieve important financial objectives — from lowering customer acquisition costs to increasing average value contract sizes to boosting profitability.
Business leaders are shifting from cost-cutting cloud optimization to investing in cloud migrations, data applications, and AI deployments. Microsoft is poised to capitalize.
Its end-to-end view of the cloud combined with its early embrace of generative AI and massive scale, keep Microsoft in the top spot on the Cloud Wars Top 10.
Professional services firms can take advantage of artificial intelligence (AI) to gain useful insights and minimize transaction risks.
Cloud investments are poised for a rebound as Microsoft’s recent Q4 results, and commentary from company leaders, indicate.
Leveraging the analogy of the human body’s need for healthy blood to thrive, learn why data is equally important to business, and the key functions it enables.
Despite its smaller size, Google Cloud leapfrogged AWS in the Cloud Wars Top 10. Innovation, CEO vision, and generative AI tools are some of the reasons for its rise.
In an interview with Oracle VP Jenny Tsai-Smith, discussions revolve around the upcoming Oracle Cloud World event, highlighting topics such as AI integration, Exadata advancements, and a focus on developers’ needs.
Business leaders report pressure from the top to deploy generative AI, but many aren’t ready or able to move forward that quickly.
IT services provider Kyndryl and Microsoft are joining forces to develop new generative AI use cases for customers. Kyndryl also detailed better-than-expected financial results.
A tech vendor’s management quality matters to C-suite leaders because it reflects the vendor’s commitment to excellence, reliability, and innovation.
Qualcomm is dedicated to delivering full-stack on-device and edge AI to realize its vision for hybrid artificial intelligence.
An update on the Cloud Confidence Index, with Amazon, Google, and SAP leading the index higher.
SAS’s cloud-native analytics combines with Thread’s decentralized research platform to help biopharma companies optimize clinical research easily and within budget.