Category: AI

Salesforce adds AI-infused CRM products for the manufacturing sector

Salesforce adds AI-infused CRM products for the manufacturing sector

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Salesforce.com Inc. sells its flagship customer relationship management platform in a variety of flavors. Some versions are geared toward enterprises, others cater to smaller businesses and a handful of the platform’s editions are customized for use in specific industries. Falling into the last category are the new products Salesforce debuted this morning. Manufacturing Cloud and Consumer […]

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It’s business as usual on enterprise-ready cloud platforms

It’s business as usual on enterprise-ready cloud platforms

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Hold those brand new, all-in-public-cloud, microservices-based horses. Leaving the on-premises data center doesn’t necessitate a full 180 for all infrastructure and applications. There’s a long hybrid arch in between for enterprises that must carry on business while modernizing. Smaller, enterprise-ready cloud platforms are luring some companies off the all-hyperscaler route. Many companies today eventually face […]

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Simple to use: Three words, tons of work, and why design is key

Simple to use: Three words, tons of work, and why design is key

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Simple to use. It sounds swell in marketing, but how many information-technology products live up to the phrase? With hybrid cloud, multicloud, and distributed applications, is simplicity a thing of the on-premises past? Can technologies built for these complex systems offer both flexibility and simplicity to the whole swath of customers? “The funny part about […]

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Google teams up with the Mayo Clinic on AI-powered medical research

Google teams up with the Mayo Clinic on AI-powered medical research

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Google LLC says it’s embarking on a 10-year “strategic partnership” with the Mayo Clinic. The idea is that Google’s public cloud infrastructure will serve as the “cornerstone” of the Mayo Clinic’s digital transformation initiatives. The Mayo Clinic will also leverage Google’s artificial intelligence systems and tools to advance its medical research efforts. “Health care is […]

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Q&A: The future of IT and business hinges on applications and data

Q&A: The future of IT and business hinges on applications and data

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Dell EMC and VMware Inc., recently announced the inception of VMware Tanzu Mission Control, an enterprise-grade Kubernetes user pane to help juggle countless software clusters across varied operating environments, and VMware Enterprise PKS, to help enterprises deploy, run and manage Kubernetes. What was their reasoning to partner together on even more Kubernetes collaborations? The future of IT, applications and data, according to Varun […]

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Move fast and pray: The merits and perils of speed in enterprise tech

Move fast and pray: The merits and perils of speed in enterprise tech

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Sometimes speed wins. Other times, it kills. Speed to market, first-mover advantage, rapid deployment and quantum moves forward are generally considered to be positive attributes in the tech world. Yet is it also possible that enterprise tech, which has suddenly become a pretty hot sector, currently is enjoying too much of a good thing? Speed […]

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Q&A: The realities of quantum computing, effects on cybersecurity

Q&A: The realities of quantum computing, effects on cybersecurity

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Although it sounds like something from a sci-fi movie, quantum computers will have the power to predict Earth’s climate and also encrypt/decrypt any security algorithm out there. Without a doubt, quantum computers are becoming a reality. But will they pose a threat to cybersecurity?  Research is being pushed at IBM to improve the cyber resiliency […]

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Why the non-hyperscale cloud ecosystem is thriving

Why the non-hyperscale cloud ecosystem is thriving

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The tide has turned for smaller cloud service providers. They no longer fear that hyperscalers will swipe away every last one of their customers. They’re now in the center of a healthy ecosystem that includes their infrastructure providers, customers, and hyperscaler partners. Why would enterprise IT organizations and small and medium-sized businesses snub the public-cloud […]

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Versatile works with healthcare and HPE to move tech from burden to savior

Versatile works with healthcare and HPE to move tech from burden to savior

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It’s taken quite a while, but the healthcare industry is finally moving toward hybrid cloud adoption. The results of a survey involving 2,300 information-technology decision makers published earlier this year found that hybrid cloud deployment in the healthcare industry was expected to grow from a paltry 19% penetration to 37% within two years. This is […]

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ServiceNow adds mobile capabilities to its workflow platform

ServiceNow adds mobile capabilities to its workflow platform

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Cloud automation company ServiceNow Inc. today updated its workflow platform with new mobile capabilities that make it easier for employees to perform a wide range of work-related tasks on the go. ServiceNow’s Now Platform is used to streamline company workflows across a range of separate information technology systems, integrating them in a single platform. The […]

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