Zoho has decided to make its entire portfolio of applications free for small businesses under 25 employees for the next two months in a sound businesss move.
Multicloud computing has become the hottest theme in enterprise networking this year. What does this mean for the future?
In the wake of COVID-19, we are getting an influx of companies that are promising free or expanded services to help employees take on remote work, which at least temporarily will be the new normal.
While the markets are in chaos, Oracle showed strength as the company delivered its best revenue growth in 2 years while also topping earnings expectations.
Cloudera delivered its Q4 earnings where the company beat expectations on revenue and EPS while delivering solid customer growth and news on product roadmap.
It is apparent that NVIDIA recognizes its current market-leading status in AI chipsets won’t necessary last forever. By focusing on the enterprise stack—the data center, enterprise computing, and all things related to the future of AI in the enterprise, the company plots a path forward that allows it to sustain its impressive growth record. The company’s acquisition of SwiftStack provides NVIDIA with a software-driven data storage and management platform for acceleration of deep learning, analytics, and high-performance computing applications across multiclouds.
Google Cloud partnering with AT&T to build 5G edge computing solutions is a move toward helping telcos optimize for 5G wireless applications. It’s also a move that’s central to Google’s strategy of moving the company beyond its core ad business and working to claim a larger share of the enterprise cloud business. What’s most noteworthy about this announcement from Google Cloud is the breadth of its strategy for partnering with 5G carriers, including, but not limited to, AT&T. Here’s a look at that in greater depth.
Cisco announced a new lineup of cloud software and hardware solutions for mobile networks. 5G will lay the foundation for service providers to achieve profitability from their 5G infrastructure.
Splunk delivered a strong 4th quarter as its business pivoted to more than 35% cloud and saw 50% ARR growth showing long term promise to investors.
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.