Non-technical business leaders must consider ROI, customer satisfaction, and gaining a competitive edge when it comes to integrating AI.
Recent earnings reports from Workday, Snowflake, and Salesforce show strong future bookings across diverse market positions.
NVIDIA partnership yields telco-optimized GenAI functionality, while technology acqusition delivers network management and automation for that sector.
Bonnie Tinder touches on the role of releaders, challenges of team turnovers, and strategies for building trust and navigating change.
Microsoft’s Work From Car (WFC) redefines mobile offices, offering connectivity and productivity enhancements; yet, considerations like Android exclusivity and safety implications cast uncertainty on its broader market influence.
As Workday co-founder Aneel Bhusri steps down from his CEO role to become executive chair, he’ll focus on strategic innovation while CEO Carl Eschenbach drives revenue growth.
Workday’s co-founder Aneel Bhusri transitions to executive chairman, and cites six key strategic areas, including AI integration, industry-specific solutions, and cybersecurity, as the company aims to double revenue to $15 billion.
From Maersk to Walmart to Unilever, GenAI is having a major impact on companies’ supply chain performance and efficiency.
Nation-states, including China, Iran, North Korea, and Russia, are reported to be utilizing AI, particularly OpenAI’s platform, for malicious cyber activities.
Highlighting optimistic subscription-revenue trends for Workday, decoding Salesforce’s cautiously optimistic signals for a potential growth turnaround, and expecting continued strong growth for Snowflake driven by AI and expanding data initiatives.
An analysis of the upcoming fiscal Q4 results of Workday, Snowflake, and Salesforce that emphasizes their ability to succeed in the dynamic cloud market.
A dive into the potential of AI, showcasing the progress of JP Morgan AI Research and Dartmouth College’s DocGraphLM in comprehending complex documents.
Customers can converse with Amazon’s retail AI assistant Rufus and ask questions in context, such as whether a product is suitable for a particular purpose.
The cloud software giant joins the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s US AI Safety Institute Consortium as a member of its inaugural class.
Supply chains have benefited from AI for years, but GenAI is introducing new capabilities including what-if scenarios, risk mitigation, and finding new opportunities.
With the new Capella iQ, Couchbase lets developers interact with its cloud database using natural language for a more efficient development experience.
SAP charts a new course in leadership with Hasso Plattner’s strategic choice of Pekka Ala-Pietilä as chairman, who was named after the company parted ways with its chairman-designate.
IBM research gives CEOs advice on how to ensure people and skills adapt to GenAI, top use cases to consider, and where they can get the most bang for the buck.
HYCU uses low code/no code and generative AI to simplify integrations for data protection of SaaS applications.
In the realm of quantum computing, IBM shines with milestones that include the Condor processor’s 1,121 qubits and the strategic transition to the Heron processor.