Tag: cloud computing
Adobe Explores In-Demand Skills, Cloud Services Drive Microsoft Growth, More News
Microsoft's cloud business delivers in latest earnings call. Adobe identifies in-demand skills. Snowflake, Sonar and Google round out this week's news.
IBM Adds Hybrid Cloud Security Muscle, Hyland Updates Content Services Portfolio, More News
IBM continues to pursue its services strategy, Hyland introduces updates across its portfolio, HP buys Poly and more news.
Files.com Acquires ExaVault to Boost File Automation and Integration
Files.com today announced an acquisition of ExaVault, aimed at boosting its file automation and integration offerings.
Meta Provides Details on Its Metaverse Plans, SAP and Asana Debut Automation Features & More News
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg demonstrated new AI features, HPE upgraded its 5G, Asana debuted new workflow automation features and more digital workplace news.
Get Reworked Podcast: Now Is the Time for Bold Thinking About Change
Alan Pelz-Sharpe, information management expert and Deep Analysis founder, shares how to take a fresh look at your workplace technology and processes.
Microsoft Teams Userbase Grows, Collaboration Tops Enterprise Wish List & More News
Microsoft Teams continues to grow, IBM's hybrid cloud strategy pays off, Swoop offers analytics for Microsoft 365 and more news.
What Web3 Can Bring to the Digital Workplace
With many tech companies already working on Web3 applications, it remains to be seen what its impact will be on the digital workplace.
End of Year Incidents Remind Us of Our Corporate IT Vulnerabilities
Three unrelated incidents in December 2021 demonstrated the vulnerability of our IT infrastructure and the need for us to act.
How to Build a Cloud-First Strategy for the Digital Workplace
Enterprises are turning to native-cloud computing to manage their workloads and fuel the digital workplace. Here's why.
GraphCMS Joins Independent Tech Group MACH Alliance
Berlin-based GraphCMS, the company behind content federation platform GraphQL, announced it joined the MACH Alliance.
Learning & Development
Amazon to Offer New Initiatives to Incentivize Learning Cloud Tech Skills
AWS announced four new initiatives intended to broaden access to learning about new career possibilities.
OutSystems Unveils New Cloud-Application Platform, Project Neo
Low-code platform OutSystems unveiled Project Neo, its new application platform, looking to enable dev teams to build state-of-the-art cloud applications.
Gartner Sees Market Slowdown, Cisco, Lumen Release Cloud UC Manager & More News
Gartner lists its top content service providers, SAP and Qualtrics partner for better UC and Microsoft buys Clear for automating SAP, Oracle connections.
How Baseline Security Practices Could Have Prevented Recent Cloud Attacks
The recent attack on enterprise infrastructure underlines how important baseline security measures really are.
Intranets Are Back, But Not How They Used to Be
Once considered a static digital bulletin board, intranets now have the potential to support vibrant communities which add to positive employee experiences.
BetterCloud and VMware Partner to Improve Employee Experience
BetterCloud, a SaaS platform provider, announced this week it has partnered with VMware to improve security and automation to empower today's remote workforce.
Amazon, Microsoft, Google Are Top Cloud Providers, But That May Not Always Be
While it's clear that AWS, Microsoft and Google are dominating the cloud space, there are no guarantees that this will always be the case. Here's why.
Microsoft 365’s New Price Tier, RingCentral Dials In to the Hybrid Workplace & More News
Microsoft ups the price of MS 365 for the first time in 10 years, RingCentral improves its digital workplace offering and Toshiba puts its head in the cloud.
Microsoft Insists on Vaccinated Workplaces, Google, Miro Get Together & More News
Microsoft workers will need vaccinations to return to the workplace, Google and Miro aim to make collaboration easier, that and more from the week in news.
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.