Apstra developed and pioneered a new way to manage networks and it ismaking a significant difference in data center operations.
MongoDB claims to be the first cloud database to allow customers to run applications simultaneously on all major cloud providers.
Chewy is a multi-billion dollar online pet store and has spent the last couple of years streamlining its processes and enabling its teams with ServiceNow.
A look into the latest developments from Arm as it tackles the cloud, carrier and enterprise business.
At the opening of its annual Zoomtopia event, Zoom unveils OnZoom for hosting paid online events and becomes an app platform with the launch of Zapps
With its acquisition of CDP pureplay Segment, Twilio cements its position as the API-centric platform to challenge the traditional CRM giants on customer engagement
Enterprise hits and misses - IBM spins off a legacy business, ERP vendors get a re-platform debate, and hybrid SaaS gets its due
This week - IBM sheds a legacy infrastructure business, and sparks a cloudwashing debate. ERP vendors get called out for re-platforming hype. Hybrid SaaS comes of age. Your whiffs include my "techdrunk" award winner.
Decades after decades of sheepishly following an ERP vendor’s ‘advice’ to upgrade needs to stop. Not everything vendors say is necessarily in your firm’s best interest. Their latest advice would have you embark on an expensive, potentially risky re-platforming effort. But should you? Maybe, it’s time to challenge the vendor orthodoxy…
DevOps is often seen as one of those deeply techie subjects that are only of any real interest to apps developers. But the events of this year have come to highlight its central role in developing our way out of the old `normal’, which is proving itself to be no longer fit-for-purpose
At the opening of this year's virtual Slack Frontiers, the digital teamwork vendor adds new integrations to connect enterprise applications into its low-code workflow builder
A deep dive into alternatives to the multi-tenancy model used by most SaaS vendors.
Bed, Bath & Beyond's turnaround plan looks as though it might just be working as 'omni-always' becomes the corporate mantra.