IBM announced IBM z15, a new enterprise platform delivering the ability to manage the privacy of customer data across hybrid multicloud environments. With z15, clients can manage who gets access to data via policy-based controls, with an industry-first capability to revoke access to data across the hybrid cloud.
VMworld 2019 brought a number of important announcements, but as Hybrid IT and Containers take headlines, Tanzu may be the event’s biggest announcement.
Mercedes-Benz USA launched an interactive experience powered by Augmented Reality and voice technology at the U.S. Open. Technology is transforming the automotive industry in exciting ways, and AR is one of the most exciting. This is a smart way to showcase what’s possible (and of course, tap a base of prospective customers).
Platform9, a fully managed hybrid cloud platform has raised its D series with many large VC’s getting behind it. Why I think the company is one to watch.
H2O.ai secures Series D funding led by Goldman Sachs and which includes repeat investments by NVIDIA and Wells Fargo. This highlights the hotbed of interest in all things AI, as well as the value delivered by automatic machine learning.
Intel has used this year’s Hot Chips event ot roll out 2 new processors focused on improving AI Training and Inference. A look at how these chips compete.
Slack announced a handful of new security improvements to the platform, but they lack end to end encryption, leaving them behind the curve.
Cisco’s Marketing Velocity was recently released and it meets the burgeoning across-the-vertical board demand for smarter, personalized digital marketing.
Chatbots are a hot subject and companies are jumping on board to make the investment, but does your company really need one?
IBM is deepening their commitment to blockchain by being part of the Trust Your Supplier network built on the IBM Blockchain Platform. Why this partnership is important to the company’s bets on blockchain.