IBM Q2 earnings are in. We had a gain, then a slide, but all in all, they’ve got the right things in place moving forward. The company’s cloud commitment, the unique Z and LinuxONE offerings, and the company’s commitments in areas like Blockchain and AI are all sound positions in important emerging market spaces. Now CEO Ginni Rometty and team need to deliver on growth.
The DoJ has intervened to request a stay in the FTC ruling against Qualcomm, citing national security. This ruling against Qualcomm never made sense, and certainly did not make sense based upon what the FTC presented in its case. I feel strongly that the ruling will be paused to allow a deeper look on the security implications prior to the case being heard for appeal — it will be interesting to keep an eye on what happens next.
EU Competition Chief Margrethe Vesteger is poised to slap new fines on Amazon and possibly Qualcomm. Are these fines warranted, fair and useful?
At Microsoft Insipre 2019, The Open Data Initiative is taking an important step toward empowering the enterprise to maximize its data.
Pulling your board into the tech circle should enhance the momentum of your digital transformation, not detract from it. For digital transformation to be, well, transformational, board members will need to be fully engaged—and informed—regarding tech advancement.
FTC’s Facebook Fine has raised a lot of eyebrows, but is it enough? An analysis of the FTC ruling and the 5 Billion USD Facebook Fine from Daniel Newman.
T-Mobile in partnereship with Qualcomm and Ericsson are looking to bring 5G beyond the big city and took a big step forward with this week’s test call.
Do we need global standards for the humane and ethical development of artificial intelligence (AI)? Let’s take a look at the OECD guidelines.
Amazon Upskilling 2025 was announced today, a commitment by Amazon to invest $700 million in retraining employees in data science, machine learning, business analysis, etc. Not to take anything away from Amazon’s ‘moment’ $700 million over six years is not a lot of money in the big scheme of all things Amazon.
NetApp shares tumble on an analyst’s downgrade, but so what. Let’s remove drama from the analysis and look at the big picture. To me, the big picture for NetApp looks good—here’s why.