From generative AI to big data/analytics platforms to on-premise clouds, the Cloud Wars Top 10 have served up an innovative set of products to watch in 2024.
Your cloud database provider’s strengths must align with your business’ needs. Here are five things CEOs should consider in a robust cloud database.
Customer Snap describes how it overcame three challenges and saved money after adopting Chronosphere technology.
Discover how the NVIDIA-VMware partnership empowers manufacturing with cutting-edge AI technology while addressing security and privacy concerns.
Learn how Specialized Bicycle Components achieved tech-driven growth and innovation through its Oracle partnership.
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.
Manual code reviews have limitations in addressing the risks of hard-coded secrets, leading to a critical need for automated analysis in securing the software development process.
EDA delivers numerous benefits in flexibility, scalibility, and responsiveness, but it also carries unique security considerations.
There are unique endpoint security challenges associated with cloud-based systems. Here are some strategies to address them.
Bill Doerrfeld explains how cloud-native software components reduce costs, improve resiliency, increase elasticity, facilitate more rapid development, and democratize e-learning.
Wayne Sadin explains organizations can make the most of their big investments in generating and acquiring data with the help of SaaS data lakehouses.
Multi-cloud provides flexibility, scalability, and cost efficiency, but securing this architecture requires a comprehensive approach. Frank Domizio explains.
Multi-cloud is a key driver of digital transformation for many organizations, but it’s not always easy to get your workforce on board. Here’s how.
Technology leaders may encounter resistance from their teams regarding multi-cloud transitions. Rob Wood advises how to handle it and move forward.
IT professional services firms are skyrocketing in growth. They’ll need to add new service lines to meet customer and market demand. Analyst Janet Schijns outlines the steps to do so effectively.
In this interview, Google Cloud vice president Umesh Vemuri shares insights into what the new Uber partnership will look like.
Wayne Sadin delves into the advantages of cloud migration and why CTOs should make it a priority.
Kenny Mullican explores how on-demand manufacturing powered by multi-cloud technology addresses supply chain, sustainability, and customer service challenges, particularly in retail.
X-ray, MRI, ultrasound, and their ilk make up the holy grail of healthcare data, which is why Google Cloud and AWS are competing to develop dedicated cloud technologies for the space, writes Kieron.
Kieron explains how the cloud-based open directory startup has expanded from providing a remote device and identity access management tool to now offering a wide array of services and mechanisms for remote work IT management.