The Finnish telecommunications company may no longer lead the market in cell phone sales, but it’s increasingly shaping up to be the go-to company for the next generation of cloud-optimized wireless technology.
Startup FindMine developed an AI engine that automatically pairs products together on a website to help customers envision different combinations and looks and move ahead to make purchases.
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.
Ronak profiles Australian startup PIPE AI, which has developed innovative AI systems to assist pipe and sewage maintenance on a grand scale.
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.”
Radical accessibility is how neurothink describes its approach to AI/ML services. It aims to make good on that promise through multi-cloud.
Verusen, Stockly, FindMine and TotalCtrl are all part of SAP.iO’s startup accelerator; all are expanding with customers, wins, or investments.
In Data Modernization Minute, Ep. 29, Wayne Sadin introduces himself as the new channel host and shares some topics he will be covering in the future.
Bob reports from Oracle CloudWorld to discuss the keynote by Safra Catz, who said that this is not the time for companies to sit back, wait, and evaluate; leaders need to make decisions now.
In episode 70 of the Enterprise AI Minute, Aaron Oracle gives listeners a preview of his coverage from Oracle CloudWorld in Las Vegas.
Janet Schijns looks at the impact a partner can have, both positive and negative, on your firm’s data project, and offers tips on vetting and choosing the right ones.
Episode 21 of the Growth Swarm podcast covers the essential considerations, including real-time data, for CXOs who are leading digital transformation projects.
From ideas to Women in Tech to community developments, Day 2 of Community Summit was filled with ideas and insights for Microsoft users.
In this Cloud Wars Expo Moment, Dan Wesley, chief technology officer, Workday, explains how the company relies on machine learning to improve and deepen its collected data pool.
SAS is a latecomer to the cloud party, but its loyal following and respected technology still make its move relevant in the analytics space.
In Episode 27, Pablo Moreno talks about how the merging of these two entities combines the computational power of Altair with the accessible machine learning capabilities of RapidMiner.
Analyst Wayne Sadin offers ways for legacy organizations to update their data strategy so that they can keep up with cloud native organizations.
Emphasizing leadership qualities and diversity, Pablo Moreno shares advice on how to recruit the right mix of talent for AI and data projects.
In this Cloud Wars Expo Moment, excerpted from the Industry Cloud Battleground Healthcare session, Dr. David Rhew covers the how Microsoft’s use of data ingest, analysis, and collaboration sets its solutions apart.
In Data Revolution Minute, Ep. 25, Pablo says that patenting your AI/ML appplication doesn’t have to be a complex process; the solution just has to be organized.