Last week Oracle hosted its massive annual customer conference, Oracle Open World 2019. Here we explore the major news and providing deep analysis.
A post mortem on all of the announcements from Pure Storage Accelerate 2019 in Austin, Texas. AI, Flash, Hybrid Cloud and Everything-as-a-Service.
This week at the AI Hardware Summit, Qualcomm demonstrated its Cloud AI 100 inference chip that will be available in 2020. Analyzing this week’s introduction.
This week at Pure Storage’s annual event, Accelerate, the company has launched two new AI initiatives including one with NVIDIA.
We are exploring the recent event launch from Splunk with its data to everything platform where the company offered a consumption based model for IT and Security Management.
Qualcomm has emerged from the shadows to help lead an initiative to bring solution developers, marketing and technology together to grow the presence of XR.
Oracle and NVIDIA are partnering up to enhance how Oracle users can benefit from NVIDIA GPUs, a deeper look into the partnership.
HPE has turned its BlueData EPIC platform into an as a service solution to help companies operationalize data faster for AI projects.
At a time when financial management, HCM, and analytics applications are table stakes for businesses serious about growth and profitability, Workday seems to be maximizing opportunity. Looking forward, the company expects to grow subscription revenue to $3.06 billion and hit revenue targets of between $783 million and $785 million. A strong quarter and good results for Workday and I look for more of that ahead.
With Digital Transformations driving a mass of new software tools into organizations, CIOs need a platform to manage their platforms. Is WalkMe the answer?