Discover the emerging players in AI chip technology and their role in shaping the future of artificial intelligence.
An update on the growth trends of top cloud companies, categorizing them into four groups based on their revenue growth rates.
A ranking of the cloud vendors, highlighting Oracle’s top ranking, Microsoft’s exceptional volume, and AWS’ slowing growth.
IBM’s watsonx Code Assistant for Z addresses the challenge of modernizing COBOL-based systems and bridges the expertise gap in legacy computing while facilitating the transition to modern frameworks and cloud integration.
IBM introduces watsonx Code Assistant for Z, a generative AI tool aimed at simplifying COBOL code migration, preserving performance and security, and addressing the growing skill gap in maintaining legacy systems.
IBM and Salesforce collaborate for customer relationship management (CRM), leveraging generative AI to enhance customer experience and productivity.
The rapid emergence of AI technology will require a human-machine partnership to drive business value exponentially. Many workers will need to re-skill in response.
Artificial intelligence (AI) research from IBM shows companies that restructure and evolve in response to this technology trend are outperforming competitors.
The Cloud Wars Top 10 are in the thick of quarterly financial reports. The numbers and outlook are making it clear: some investment caution is dissipating.
IBM Consulting, Microsoft target a range of generative AI use cases — including procurement and healthcare — with new services running on Azure OpenAI.
The Cloud Wars Top 10 companies are projected to generate $359.4 billion in cloud revenue in 2023, despite economic challenges, with Microsoft leading at a growth rate of 21.6%, while Oracle is the fastest-growing member with a 38.8% growth rate.
Projected growth rates for the Cloud Wars Top 10 companies in 2023 showcase the sector’s resilience and rapid expansion.
An update on the Cloud Confidence Index, with Amazon, Google, and SAP leading the index higher.
The Cloud Confidence Index uses market caps of top 10 cloud companies as a proxy for business leaders’ confidence in their growth, reflecting customer demand and technology trends. The index is up slightly.
Oracle maintains its position as the world’s hottest major cloud vendor with 54% growth in Q2, followed by Google Cloud at 28% and ServiceNow at 25%.
The four fastest growing cloud vendors’ financial results indicate an upturn in customer spending and preparation for the generative AI revolution.
New data cites process intelligence, the output of process mining software, as a powerful tool to combat the macroeconomic and supply chain factors that are pressuring businesses.
When migrating financial software to cloud infrastructure, make sure you’re getting the cost savings, operating efficiencies, and transparency you expect.
In this Cloud Wars Top 10 course segment on IBM, gain insight into the three things CEO Arvind Krishna has done that modernized IBM and contributed to its Cloud Wars Top 10 status.
The leader of IBM Consulting’s Microsoft relationship says the partners are finding rich opportunities to help customers with mainframe and SAP modernization efforts.