Rob Wood and Aaron Back explore the evolving relationship between CIOs and CISOs and discuss the importance of sharing customer stories.
Multi-cloud is a key driver of digital transformation for many organizations, but it’s not always easy to get your workforce on board. Here’s how.
GitGuardian addresses a critical and widespread problem: developers storing secrets, such as API keys, in repositories where they can be visible to nefarious actors.
CIOs need to engage with professional services organizations for fast progress in big projects, says Kenny Mullican. Co-creation is key to success.
Kenny Mullican and Paul Swider highlight the data governance benefits of Master Data Management (MDM) in their respective industries.
Evolving technology, work-life balance, and generations have changed the definition of knowledge work, says Tony Uphoff.
Kieron Allen shines a light on a new cross-sector partnership, which includes companies like Hewlett Packard and Microsoft, and seeks to open up private-sector data for social impact projects.
Work-from-anywhere is here to stay, which means companies must adapt both their cultures and the technologies they use. Tony Uphoff takes a closer look at “Remote Work 2.0.”
In ep. 21, Kieron Allen picks up on Tom Smith’s recently analysis on how collaboration leads to innovation in hybrid and WFA environments, to demonstrate the importance of collaboration in the acceleration economy.
The past few decades of new technologies have delivered so many choices that a new era of “partner collaboration as innovation” is upon us.
The Pentagon is using multiple cloud providers for a $9 billion contract. Bob breaks down the specifics and the significance of the deal.
The new year will bring about a new business landscape. In ep. 14 of the Acceleration Economy Minute, Kieron Allen explains why soft skills matter and how business users can prepare for the new year.
In this Cloud Wars Expo moment, SAP’s Don Ingle says that in order for a public sector organization to be able to move the world forward in “really tumultuous times,” it will need to work across sectors beyond the government.
Kieron writes about how IKEA, Threadless, and other companies are increasing customer engagement by co-creating with them on new products.
CIO and analyst Kenny Mullican explains how to find the right partners for technology initiatives that require a collaborative co-creation approach.
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.
Cisco Webex rolled out new products and partnerships last week. It’s working with Microsoft and Apple to increase interoperability of meeting platforms.
In episode 23 of the Growth Swarm podcast, John, Bob, Scott, and Tony share major themes – customer centricity and partner ecosystems – that were prominent at three recent tech events.
As Kieron Allen explains in Episode 181, the FIFA and Roblox collaboration epitomizes the idea of a shared, collective experience that the Metaverse will take even deeper.
In Cloud Wars Horizon Minute, Ep. 51, Tom Smith shares highlights from this month’s startup funding roundup, including a Shopify merchant buyer, a retail software firm, and metaverse collaboration tools.