Ignite takes the spotlight in this Cloud Wars Minute emphasizing Microsoft’s robust focus on AI. Highlights include partnerships, innovations like Maia and Cobalt chips for Azure data centers, and the expansion of Copilots across diverse applications, showcasing Microsoft’s leadership in infusing AI throughout its product portfolio.
Financial results from privately held Automation Anywhere indicate the combination of its automation technology and generative AI is a winner for customers.
Research commissioned by process mining leader Celonis highlights the business drivers, especially AI, that are driving customers to prioritize process intelligence.
Andi Gutmans, VP and GM for databases, Google, showcases AlloyDB, Google Cloud’s powerful database, revealing its key role in integrating GenAI and overcoming legacy database hurdles.
A look at Q3 earnings reports from major cloud companies (Workday, Snowflake, Salesforce), emphasizing the consistent surge in customer demand, while noting Salesforce’s CEO, Marc Benioff, skillfully balances cautious language with optimistic insights about AI and enterprise technology trends
Insights into leveraging accessible generative AI tools and the impending impact of enhanced audio assistants, media processing, and wearable technology on business innovation.
The Cloud Wars CEO of the Year, Christian Klein, SAP, discusses the company’s cloud transformation, the impact of RISE, the significance of ecosystem partnerships, and the attributes that help in leadership.
Customer demand for AI is so high that budget considerations are not a gating factor, according to Snowflake CEO Frank Slootman.
Astra Zeneca exec Raaj Joshi details the company’s work with Celonis process mining, including an “underrated” use case around financial controls.
Organizations must consider the security and privacy implications around using generative AI apps and large language models.
In a Celosphere 2023 discussion, PepsiCo leader Chris Knapik explains how new Celonis products including business process modeling and generative AI will deliver value.
NetRise introduces Trace, an AI-powered feature revolutionizing software supply chain security, employing natural language processing to proactively identify and validate compromised assets and map relationships across the software supply chain.
President Biden’s recent executive order on AI has a pivotal role to play in fostering ethical innovation and regulation to propel innovation while striking a delicate balance between progress and oversight.
Google Cloud’s Dain Hansen explains the link between a company’s strategic application of data and AI and its profitability.
A multi-pronged AI program from Amazon aims to train two million people through new courses, a scholarship program and a generative AI curriculum created with Code.org.
Tom Smith and Laura Gardner interview Oliver Zeller to gain insights into the offerings of Sybmio, especially after being acquired by Celonis.
At the Workday Rising conference, Ash Noah, VP and Managing Director of Management Accounting and ESG at AICPA, explores the changing role of CFOs, emphasizing the shift from scorekeeping to value creation through embracing technology, AI, and ML.
The Cloud Confidence Index hits a record $7.2 trillion, reflecting heightened interest in AI-driven innovation, with Sam Altman’s brief move to Microsoft adding intrigue and cementing Microsoft’s dominance in the cloud market.
NetRise’s AI-driven Trace feature transforms supply chain security, using semantic search and natural language processing to identify risks, offer context-rich insights, and create comprehensive asset graphs.
Capping an unprecedented series of executive and board moves, OpenAI reinstates CEO Sam Altman, secures Microsoft’s support for the moves, and plans a new nine-seat board.