Janet Schijns discusses the power of strategic partnerships to navigate challenges, unlock opportunities, and achieve sustainable growth in the digital economy.
Google Cloud contributes to the generative AI revolution with its impressive portfolio of new GenAI technologies being utilized by Uber, Wendy’s, and Deutsche Bank.
John Granger, SVP, IBM Consulting, explains how automating business processes can deliver beneficial outcomes and create opportunities.
From competitive pricing and customizable solutions to excellent customer support and reliable infrastructure, here are the table stakes that every CIO should consider when evaluating cloud providers.
Today, C-level decision-makers are turning to cloud technology to cut costs, increase efficiencies, grow revenues, engage more customers, and scale.
Uber’s deals with Oracle and Google Cloud are a bellwether, signaling that many companies will end up embracing multi-cloud rather than having their own data centers.
In this interview, Google Cloud vice president Umesh Vemuri shares insights into what the new Uber partnership will look like.
Bob Evans continues his review of the deal involving Uber, Google Cloud, and Oracle — but this time evaluating the deal from Oracle’s perspective.
Bob Evans highlights comments made by the CEO of Uber, Dara Khosrowshahi, who detailed how and why the company will use cloud services from Google Cloud and Oracle.
In this CEO Outlook Series moment, SAP’s chief executive talks about how the company collaborates with its partners in the automotive industry.
Kieron Allen profiles startup Moxion Power, whose electric generators are an eco-friendly alternative for entertainment and construction industries.
Bob details the megadeal between Microsoft and the Londan Stock Exchange Group, which is the latest example of a major cloud provider co-creating with key customers in this Cloud Wars News article.
In this Cloud Wars Expo Moment, IBM’s Kurt Scheetz explains the role of non-fungible tokens in creating a digital path of “what transpired as it relates to your transaction.”
The digitalization of the world’s major industries continues to accelerate as one of the world’s major automotive companies is creating, in concert with Google Cloud, a “software-defined vehicle” with full-scale, digital-twin capabilities as Renault Group now bills itself as “a tech company.”
Non-tech industry lines are becoming more blurred. Bob Evans describes how Google Cloud and the Renault Group are joining forces to create a software-defined vehicle.
In episode 71, reported from Oracle CloudWorld, Aaron talks about15 new industry-specific AI models that Oracle introduced and how each is able to suggest the next best action.
In this Cloud Wars Expo Moment, Acceleration Economy Analyst Wayne Sadin holds a candid discussion on the realities of digital transformation and automation.
Ronak Mathur outlines use cases that demonstrate how image recognition technology, a subset of computer vision, is a critical component in nearly every industry from automotive and CPG to healthcare and retail.
Kieron talks about Nissan’s hybrid launch of the Nissan Sakura electric vehicle — and whether or not the Metaverse part of it made sense.
Bob previews author Venkat Ramaswamy’s upcoming Cloud Wars Expo session on the experience-verse (or X-verse) and the future of customer engagement.