Así como la modernización de datos hace que las empresas del sector privado sean competitivas, también mantiene competitivos a los gobiernos.
In ep 29 of the Growth Swarm podcast, the hosts discuss recent key trends and look ahead to how the “four pillars” will help businesses thrive in the future.
Few could have foreseen the vastly different places Marc Benioff and Larry Ellison and Salesforce and Oracle, their respective companies, ended up this year. Bob Evans dives into it.
Toni Witt speaks with author, expert, and AI entrepreneur David Vivancos, who predicts that AI must increasingly bridge the gap between humans, machines, and technology.
In episode 39, Wayne explains how the ultimate “big data problem” is correctly using a combination of sustainability, accounting, and mitigating emissions.
Disney was riding high off the successful launch of Disney+, but three mistakes led to more somber times, and former CEO Bob Chapek paid the price. Tony explores what tech leaders can learn from the debacle.
In this Data Modernization discussion, Wayne Sadin and Pablo Moreno talk about data scientists — specifically, what they do, why they are needed, and how they might work in the future.
In a conversation with Bob Evans, Oracle CEO Safra Catz reflects on her journey with the company, including surviving the 2001 internet bubble, her transition to sole CEO, the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic, and her rapport with Larry Ellison.
Understand performance implications of using execution management software, based on deep analysis conducted by Acceleration Economy analysts.
Bill reconnects with Sonatype Co-founder Brian Fox to find out why it’s taken so long for organizations to respond to the Log4j vulnerability, which was first discovered a year ago.
Tony Uphoff joined podcast host Wes Shermin, actor Jon Heder, and screenwriter/producer Justin T. Winter to discuss digital art collectibles in the context of entertainment, and how the trend can serve as preview of disruption in other industries.
La información son datos en contexto. No tome los datos al pie de la letra y evite tomar decisiones apresuradas.
Wayne shares two stories from the manufacturing and financial services industries that demonstrate the perils of taking conflicting data at face value.
We need a different approach to getting and keeping women in the tech industry. Here’s where the Metaverse comes in, writes Janet Schijns.
While Salesforce’s Q3 revenue growth represents the lowest rate the company has seen in the past five years, it is still phenomenal when compared to other companies, explains Bob in this episode.
Considering Salesforce’s dismal Q3 results, Bob shares what he thinks the company must examine to get back on the growth train.
Compartir modelos de IA pre-entrenados reduce la necesidad del uso de supercomputadores y grandes centros de datos, lo que ayuda a reducir drásticamente la emisión de CO2.
As part of its annual re:Invent show’s new-product blitz, AWS framed its “Digital Sovereignty Pledge” as offering “control without compromise.” Bob looks at what this commitment says about the company’s position compared to Microsoft’s and Google Cloud’s.
The U.S. Army, which utilizes many subcontractors, realized it was running into too much unused funding. Toni explains how turning to AI helped it find the perfect solution for its budgeting issue.
During the Women in Tech session at Community Summit 2022, Cathy Richards-Ingram from Avalara, Jennifer Harris from TMC, and Ann D’Emilio from Vertex shared their experiences and advice as women in the technology field.