In this Metaverse interview, Toni Witt interviews Matthew Wren, co-founder of BUNDLAR and Founder of VRAR Chicago about the current state of AR adoption. The two discuss how BUNDLAR is helping outside companies adopt and deploy AR technologies.
Analyst Bill Doerrfeld discusses the benefits and drawbacks of low-code/no-code with CEO Prashanth Chandrasekar, giving examples of how the approach both widens businesses’ horizons and limits them.
In this Data Modernization Battleground Moment, Wayne explains how the data landscape has dramatically shifted, specifically around volume, velocity, and variability.
Kieron reports from Celosphere 2022, where Celonis showcased several new apps that make process mining more accessible.
From improving medical inventory management to optimizing supply chains to helping relationships grow, innovations flowed at the 43North startup competition.
As Tom Smith reports, startup neurothink has embraced a multi-cloud model — based on several VMware products — to help make AI and ML “radically accessible.”
Robert Wood explores several areas of risk that can emerge with the adoption of low-code/no-code applications.
In this Cloud Wars Expo Moment, Oracle Vice President of Global Product Strategy and Business Development Sohan DeMel explains how Oracle Cloud Database’s versatility and simplicity make it accessible to a broad range of users.
Reflecting on a powerful announcement from ServiceNow, Bob emphasizes the legitimacy of the low-code/no-code revolution, in the latest Cloud Wars Minute episode.
Analyst Wayne Sadin offers ways for legacy organizations to update their data strategy so that they can keep up with cloud native organizations.
Mirada Studios’ Creative Director Robin Resella discusses how the evolution of 3D art, AI creative tools, and the ‘Unreal’ engine will power the next stage of creative development in the Metaverse.
Government is yet another area in need of more accessible software development to upkeep the well-being of communities. Bill Doerrfeld explains how low-code/no-code could be the answer.
With a heavy reliance on spreadsheets, the construction industry is ripe for change. Here’s how low-code/no-code could streamline the space.
In this Future CXO Minute, Wayne reviews an article on allowing employees to build their own modern tools while the company still maintains control.
2022 Top trends for ML: IoT, Cybersecurity, MLOps, GANs, Low-Code No-Code, smart RPA or Ethics in Artificial Intelligence.
Low-code technology has the potential to improve the employee experience, as it enables non-progammers to construct applications themselves.
While retail transforms how low-code is used, low-code is simultaneously accelerating the transformation of traditional retail.
Explore how low-code/no-code tools have been transformative for the healthcare industry during the pandemic.
In manufacturing, what sort of use cases could low-code/no-code unlock? Here, we consider the uses for low-code in industrial settings.
Data science becomes essential to making data-driven decisions. How does low-code play a part in this?