Microsoft announced the launch of a global digital skills initiative serving 25 million by year end, in a move that is both as brilliant as it is benevolent — and that’s impressive. Here’s why.
Informatica announced today the acquisition of Compact Solutions, which will make the Informatica Intelligent Data Platform and catalog offerings even more attractive for clients looking to embrace rapid digital transformation.
Coronavirus COVID-19 is in many ways accelerating changes in the way we work that have already been happening. For HR leaders, coronavirus COVID-19 is driving significant change in HR operations that comes with its own set of challenges. HR ops has always been a gigantic responsibility within an organization, and we take a look here at how that responsibility has gotten even more critical.
There have been some big wins recently for IBM’s Financial Services Cloud, including the company’s partnership with South Korea’s Lotte Card, alongside the CaixaBank deal. We predict there’s more business where that came from.
While 3D Systems has grown by acquisition over the course of the last few years and has a diverse product offering, revenues (and profitability) haven’t followed that same trajectory. It looks to us like Graves will be focused on transformation and streamlining offerings and delivering on earnings and profitability in the process.
Here’s my take on why Apple AirPod Pros are the best quarantine gear ever — and the critical reasons they are worth every pricey penny.
Big Tech has a tremendous opportunity to execute a quick pivot and embrace a whole new way of connecting with customers and prospects. With in-person events out for the foreseeable future, here are some ways tech brands can get creative and deliver some significant value at the same time.
The integration of WalkMe’s digital adoption platform into Microsoft’s Dynamics 365 ecosystem is good news — both for WalkMe, as well as for Dynamics 365 users in the enterprise. Here’s why.
Zoombombing is but one of the security concerns that Zoom is dealing with right now, as a lawsuit is filed in California citing a violation of the CCPA and the NY Attorney General is asking some tough questions about the company’s security practices. Zoom shares have skyrocketed since the beginning of the year and I am thrilled by their success. The path forward, however, relies on security. If the company is going to retain a customer base, especially that oh-so-valuable paid customer base that is what really allows companies to deliver shareholder value, then a proactive security first mindset is going to have to be the mantra they embrace and lead with. We’ll all be watching, and hoping they get this right.
Amazon’s AWS doubles down on sales growth, expanding its sales team to offer deeper tech expertise including cybersecurity, AI, and data analytics. With Microsoft (and others) nipping at its heels, Amazon is reportedly doubling its sales team and shifting from its early focus on servers and storage to what it is customers need today — sales expertise and guidance around intelligent cloud offerings.