Bob compares five-week market caps to illuminate how legacy cloud companies are getting ahead of cloud native companies in the Cloud Wars Top 10.
The benefits of digital transformation turned into an overused term and led to disappointment – but the Deep Cloud could change the game.
As Kieron explains in My Metaverse Minute, Ep. 198, the program gets students in the Japanese city of Today back to school by providing virtual classrooms, campus tours, and other social, interactive spaces.
In this episode, Bob reviews the market cap of Cloud Wars Top 10 legacy companies and why they are outperforming the cloud natives.
Toni breaks down Web3 decentralized storage protocols and tools such as IPFS and Filecoin, and explains how they compare to cloud storage options from AWS, Google, and Microsoft Azure.
Analyst Wayne Sadin explains why frameworks can help with management of digital transformation projects and offers examples of exemplary ones that might help the C-suite move forward on the process.
From product announcements to marquee customer sessions to great local beverages, the Acceleration Economy’s Celosphere agenda will run the gamut.
Analyst Chrus Hughes takes a look at EPSS, a new approach to evaluating vulnerability that takes into account not only criticality and scores, but also exploitability.
In this Cloud Wars Expo Moment, Wayne and Tony discuss why CEOs must spearhead business transformation and be honest and forthright in communicating any resulting changes.
In this Growth Swarm Moment from episode 24, John and Tony recall their discussion with Gorilla Glue Director of IT Infrastructure Services Cedric Wells, who will speak at the 2023 Cloud Wars Expo.
Microsoft’s new deal with the NYC Department of Environmental Protection to secure the city’s water supply demonstrates the power of the cloud.
Influence matters and people like to do business with people that they know. In episode 33, Wayne explains the benefits of establishing strong bonds with vendors.
In this Metaverse interview, Toni Witt speaks with Tony Vittilo, Freelance Metaverse Consultant and XR Developer, about the current state of the Metaverse, VR, and AR as well as what direction the emerging spaces are moving in.
In episode 197, Kieron argues that Metaverse experiences must be built for retail customers who are already in the virtual space.
The Metaverse has spawned new commerce models, including direct-to-avatar (DTA), which some believe is the next iteration of direct-to-consumer and could one day dominate retail.
Findmine uses AI to assemble “looks” with clothing, furniture, and more – resulting in more “shoppable content” for customers to engage with.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob explains a recent story posted to Microsoft’s website, which explains the ERP deal that the company won in 2019. In this deal, Microsoft’s client is New York City’s Department of Environmental Protection, who aim to replace old mainframes in efforts to deliver fresh, safe drinking water to residents.
Wayne recaps Data Modernization Battleground sessions with Teradata and Okera, which discussed their data analytics for multi-cloud and data security solutions.
From hackathons and gamification to champion programs and callouts, there are many ways for security teams to build essential relationships with development teams.
In this Cloud Wars Expo Moment, Microsoft’s Tony Evans covers customer challenges such as quick reaction times, anticipating change, forging relationships, and adapting to workplace transformation.
Este artículo repasa a EPSS, un nuevo enfoque para evaluar la vulnerabilidad de un incidente de cyberseguridad, teniendo en cuenta no sólo la criticidad y las puntuaciones, sino también la explotabilidad.
Janet looks at this year’s Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) and singles out a few facts that can help organizations evaluate risk in partnership strategy.
Toni visits “The Tonight Show” for its Metaverse debut. In addition to a full report, he shares his thoughts on virtual entertainment’s impact on Gen Z and digital natives.
In Ep. 196 of My Metaverse Minute, Kieron previews this week’s Sunday newsletter, which explains AR’s ascendance with real-world business examples.
The name of ServiceNow’s new program,” RiseUp with ServiceNow,” might ring a bell. Bob Evans explains why in the context of the Cloud Wars.
CIO and Acceleration Economy analyst Kenny Mullican shares impressions of Automation Anywhere in this special Cloud Wars Horizon discussion.
In Data Modernization Minute, Ep. 32, Wayne Sadin explains Microsoft’s Power BI Suite within the context of Walmart, the world’s largest retailer. The company’s financial team has recently announced their adoption of this tool.