Tag: cloud computing
Why Enterprises Are Bringing Their Workloads to Multi-Cloud Environments
With evolving technology and increasing complexity, more enterprises are moving their workloads to multi-cloud environments. Here's why.
Pluralsight Seeks to Address Growing Cloud Skills Gap With A Cloud Guru Acquisition
A Cloud Guru, an online training start-up, has been acquired by Pluralsight for $2 billion, one of the largest deals ever for an Australian tech company.
Why IBM’s AI, Hybrid Cloud Strategy Is More Than Good, It's Imperative
IBM is pushing forward with its hybrid cloud and AI strategy. While it's a good idea, it is also a matter of survival for the tech giant.
IBM Taps AI for New Workflow Automation and Data Migration Tools
IBM revealed an array of AI-driven products at Think 2021, its annual hybrid cloud and AI event.
Collaboration & Productivity
Why Now's the Time to Reassess the State of Your Digital Collaboration
After a year of working reactively, IT teams now need the resources and leeway to take a step back and assess their current collaboration state.
Why Cloud Should Be Your Default Setting
COVID-19 hastened many changes in the digital workplace. One of those is to make cloud computing the default setting for many enterprises. Here's why.
Slack Creates Privacy Fuss, Abbyy Reaffirms Its Digital Transformation Cred & More News
Abby reaffirms its digital transformation credentials, Slack's DM release backfires, Microsoft brings workers back to the digital workplace and more news.
Zoom's New Research on Remote Work, Box Cozies Up to Microsoft Teams & More News
In this newsbyte, Zoom eyes the return to the physical workplace, Box and Microsoft deepen their partnership for Teams, Fuze protects Teams data and more.
Microsoft's Innovation Happened at the Intersections at Ignite 2021
Ignite 2021 saw innovations happening where Microsoft's products cross paths, including hybrid cloud and edge computing, AI and industry clouds.
IBM Cloud Satellite Runs Workplace Apps Everywhere, Dropbox Buys DocSend, More
IBM digs into distributed cloud with Cloud Satellite, Microsoft improves Teams bandwidth, Dropbox buys DocSend and more digital workplace news.
IT: The Driving Force in Advancing Digital-First Culture
Following the chaos of 2020, IT executives now have a unique opportunity to raise their value to a whole new level in their organizations.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos Is Stepping Down, But Is It Still Business as Usual?
Jeff Bezos has stepped down as Amazon's CEO, but apart from an increased focus on the cloud, it looks like business as usual. Here's why.
Take Your Cloud Strategy Into the Future
Organizations that have not already developed a cloud strategy will have to do so this year in order to remain competitive. Here's why.
Collaboration & Productivity
2021 Business Lesson: Don't Slack on Your Outage Backup Plan
Slack went down on the first business day of the year for hours, bringing to light the need to have a backup plan. Is your business ready?
Business Continuity Was a Challenge for CIOs in 2020. Here's How They Did
In March, we talked to CIOs about their business continuity plans. Now, we revisit with those same CIOs to see how it went.
AWS Courts New Audiences as AI Headlines re:Invent 2020
AWS is not only assembling a market-leading AI portfolio, but in doubling-down on business problems, is also becoming much more purposeful with new products.
Is It Time to Say Goodbye to Legacy Systems or Is There Life in Them Yet?
Legacy systems can be like old friends: they may walk a little slower and need to rest more often, but they still have your back when you need them.
The Advantages of Putting Content Services Platforms in the Cloud
With content and data management now critical in organizations many are turning to cloud-based content services platforms. Here's why.
Keep Up With Technological Change or Commit to Extinction
Big-picture lessons companies across the board learned over the last five years and during the digital transformation crash course we all got this year.
Salesforce Shakes Up Enterprise Software Market With Slack Acquisition
While the advantages of the $27 billion deal are clear for Salesforce, the bottom line could also be good for Microsoft.