HYCU applies generative AI to a critical enteprise use case: easily, rapidly building code that enables companies to protect data stored in their SaaS applications.
AWS seeks to narrow the generative AI competitive gap through a strategic partnership with Siemens.
AWS partners with Siemens to close the software gap, revolutionizing industry-specific applications with powerful AI models and a low-code platform.
Microsoft’s comprehensive AI upgrades extend to every business function, with a focus on use case-specific offerings.
Key insights from Oracle’s CloudWorld keynote reveal a shift towards outcome-driven app development and AI-powered innovation, led by Juan Loaiza, EVP at Oracle.
The blurring lines between AI and low-code are reshaping software development, as AI complements low-code platforms and expands their capabilities.
Low-code/no-code tools positively impact software agility and automation, but AI presents another viable option to deliver similar benefits.
Aaron Back shares his top takeaways from CEO Matt Calkins’ Appian World keynote.
HYCU’s Protégé revolutionizes data protection by unifying data silos, providing backups, recovery measures, ransomware protection, and migrations through a single dashboard.
Excel spreadsheets have limitations leading to data quality and integrity issues and should be replaced by modern cloud tools, asserts Wayne Sadin.
Kieron Allen explains how Appian’s Data Fabric technology is helping government customers including the military support mission-critical requirements.
Bill Doerrfeld breaks down the benefits of low-code and multi-cloud and explains how low code can address key multi-cloud challenges.
The future of software development is evolving to become more low-code, says Bill Doerrfeld, who explains with practical use cases that illustrate the benefits.
Bob Evans recaps his CEO Outlook conversation with ServiceNow’s chief executive Bill McDermott.
The release of SAP Build — a solution the company says will “unleash” great new capabilities, value, and innovation for customers — is the latest example of its transformation into a cloud-first company after about 45 years of being focused on its massive installed base of on-premises customers.
The largest ServiceNow Q2 deals have demonstrated how the low-code revolution is a powerful force shaping the business tech landscape.
Low-code technology has the potential to improve the employee experience, as it enables non-progammers to construct applications themselves.
Reducing the technical barriers of traditional development, low-code development is transforming the finance sector.
CLEVR shares how low-code platforms like Mendix are bringing powerful capabilities to innovate Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) systems.
Whereas low-code platforms tend to favor visual programming models, traditional programming involves more hand-coding and customization.