In episode190, Kieron’s sneak preview of week’s newsletter covers the benefits of using Web2 technologies as a “springboard” for Web3 technologies.
Our latest installment on startup funding highlights tec companies working on rebate management, SMB finances, eye health, cloud app dev, and data analytics.
In this CloudWorld News Desk interview, Oracle Senior VP of Cloud Infrastructure Mahesh Thiagarajan explains why some users are still reluctant to engage with multi-cloud platforms.
Cybersecurity analyst Robert Wood explains how secure defaults save time and energy for engineers and development teams.
Robert Wood explores several areas of risk that can emerge with the adoption of low-code/no-code applications.
CIO Kenny Mullican covers a set of tools that are a very cost-effective way to keep a project in-house —without the need to hire a large developer team and produce quick results.
In Cybersecurity Minute, Ep. 31, Chris Hughes says it’s clear that the Senate’s Securing Open Source Software Act emphasizes how critical open-source software is to national security and society.
The largest ServiceNow Q2 deals have demonstrated how the low-code revolution is a powerful force shaping the business tech landscape.
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.
As Chris Hughes explains, the recent U.S. government response to increased software supply chain attacks will force the cybersecurity industry to innovate.
Emphasizing leadership qualities and diversity, Pablo Moreno shares advice on how to recruit the right mix of talent for AI and data projects.
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.
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.
With companies turning to cloud applications, leading software vendors have adopted industry verticalization to stay ahead of the curve.
Reducing the technical barriers of traditional development, low-code development is transforming the finance sector.
Citizen automation is akin to citizen development, with a greater emphasis on automating API integration between common cloud apps.
Whereas low-code platforms tend to favor visual programming models, traditional programming involves more hand-coding and customization.