Kurt Marko assesses the impact of Intel’s decision to throw its foundry lot in with ARM
If Intel has its way the future of the data-center will move to being measured in racks as the bare minimum, which will be good for some, and pumped up by silicon photonics bringing fiber bandwidths right into the data-center, which should be good for all.
Steve Strout is a man on a mission: help Sabre Corporate replatform its technology to keep pace with the the business. Strout shares how their S/4HANA project fits into that mix, and how he manages the organizational changes of a cloud-first approach.
Salesforce has spent close on $4 billion on some interesting acquisitions this year, the latest of which brings more smart data capabilities into the Analytics Cloud.
Modern application performance management (APM) software focuses most on digital and mobile apps but must also measure business performance on the back-end
UK start-up which helps parents provide kids with financial education chooses Rackspace managed cloud service to run infrastructure.
Both sides of IT – the vendors and the users – continue to struggle in finding a common language to define what IT can off in business/practical terms, and so continue to hide behind tech talk, even though it is becoming increasingly useless at describing what users actually require, or what vendors can offer them.
Rackspace posted a 26% increase in profits, but the elephant in the room is whether a private equity buyer is lurking in the wings. Whatever the case, the firm intends to pitch a more aggressive marketing drive.
In this edition: a bonanza of digital use cases, from transformation to self-disruption. Plus: SaaS market maturity and vendor negotiation. Does Salesforce’s latest Quip affect its Microsoft BFF status? Your whiffs include: yeah, the airlines, and navel-gazing coverage of analysts, influencers and assorted “gurus.”
Microsoft turns up the heat on niche vendors as it fleshes out OMS. Kurt provides his analysis of the latest announcements.