Zoom (ZM) reported its fiscal Q2 2022 earnings after the bell on Monday, beating analysts’ expectations on the top and bottom line.
Futurum’s Shelly Kramer covers the announcement by Boingo Wireless and AWS to expand their partnership bringing managed network services and the power of cloud computing together for enterprise venue customers.
Futurum lead analyst Shelly Kramer covers the announcement by GM and AT&T on their partnership to bring 5G cellular connectivity to certain GM models by 2024 and the continuing moves by other players in the industry as a whole toward the democratization of the connected car experience for consumers.
This week Salesforce top executives rolled out their strategy for Slack following the completion of the $27 billion acquisition.
Futurum’s Principal analyst Daniel Newman provides his take on Salesforce’s new foray into digital streaming media, Salesforce+. Daniel explores the details of the new platform and what it will mean for the CRM giant.
Futurum lead analyst Shelly Kramer covers Cisco’s launch of Vidcast, a new video solution that’s squarely aimed at increasing both flexibility and productivity, and making team collaboration even easier, and better, than ever. Vidcast is the first innovation to come out of Webex Leap, an accelerator program also launched this last week, designed to drive ideas and bring products to the Webex Suite faster. Here’s why getting on that Vidcast beta wait list might need to be on your to-do list.
Futurum’s Steven Dickens provides his take on news of the partnership between Red Hat and HCI provider Nutanix and what this might mean for the increasingly complex cloud landscape. This partnership looks to bring choice and deployment simplification to the company’s respective customers.
New broke this weekend that Zoom is going horizontal, turning its attention to the contact center, acquiring Five9 for nearly $15 billion.
Microsoft and NEC have established a new multi-year strategic alliance, that synthesizes Azure, Microsoft 365, NEC’s IT and network portfolio resources, including 5G assets, and both companies AI and IoT capabilities to power customer digital transformation missions across the public and private realms. Futurum’s Ron Westfall assesses why the expanded partnership enhances Microsoft Azure’s competitive prospects across the operator and enterprise realms, coming on the heels of winning AT&T’s 5G mobile business, and how both companies are better positioned to drive organization-wide digital transformation on a vertical-specific basis.
Microsoft continues to push its ambitions to see Microsoft Teams as the centerpiece of work with new integrations into Dynamics 365