Appian pitches new offerings at organizations needing to adapt quickly to changing circumstances. (Pretty much everyone, right now)
Appian's conference might have been cancelled, but its planned product announcements went ahead.
AI can do well when the target job is focused and well-defined and the results can be beneficial, as AppDynamics has found as its year-old installation of Moveworks devours more of the support tickets generated by a four-figure workforce.
Complexity leads to bickering over technology. Time for CIOs to reframe the rules of engagement with more of an eye on business outcomes.
Recent studies suggest that technological bamboozlement on how to ‘do' business transformation is stalling the needs of organizations to find answers to the questions of why they need it and what will it bring them.
A Friday question - why does the EU need another Cloud Services Provider challenger other than tech-envy?
The EU seems determined to create a 'safe corner' of the world’s biggest commodity marketplace – the Cloud. In so doing, it may not have its eye on a much bigger opportunity.
The time has come for hands-on management of increasingly complex cloud-delivered services to become a thing of the past as Dynatrace adds yet more AI and capabilities to its management platform.
Customer experience is part of the compliance and governance regime banks have to work with. Measuring that means finding, extracting and analysing vast amounts of data in real time.
Insurance against cyber-attacks has been difficult to secure. Now objective, external third party evaluation of a company’s security status is possible, and underwriting it is following along
Security rating services may prove to be one of the most practical cyber-security solutions now coming into play, for they deal with the reality of what is happening, and that means giving users a real handle on the risks they are dealing with
A new tool from Dynatrace claims to automate much of the low-level 'grunt’ work of managing the delivery of cloud services.
The ‘self-assembly car’ isn’t a mainstream phenomenon; DIY cloud needn’t be either.
What can enterprises learn about tapping into data from the Manager of the England football team? Quite a bit, it seems.