Kurt Marko offers his analysis of the announcements coming out of Google Cloud Next and the performance of new head honcho, Thomas Kurian.
After over two decades with Oracle, recently appointed Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian is setting his sights on becoming a ‘strategic enterprise partner’ for digital organisations.
Emerging technologies—including AI, machine learning, and advanced robotics—have the potential to automate many tasks currently performed by workers. The time to prepare for these changes is now, says an Aspen Institute report.
At the Dublin-based contract research organization, CIO Tom O’Leary looks forward to using technology to make trials of life-changing and lifesaving drugs less burdensome to patients
CTO Dave Moss on why the global RPA provider is still flying under the radar.
In this slightly abbreviated, "Take a tarmac breather, Jon!", AI ethics faces political realities. A new book shows us how to be digital with impact, and developers get modern. Your whiffs include new PR misadventures, and one more snarky goodbye to Google+.
The Chinese comms giant sees scope in targeting cloud services for the manufacturers and businesses that will end up selling their products and services through the likes of Alibaba.
Are marketers excited about AI? That's an obvious question with an obvious answer. But how are they using it - and which use cases show the most promise? A new report on AI in B2B marketing has some surprises.
Intelligence-driven supply chain management is here but businesses must first connect across data silos, writes Infor's Bryan Nella
Episerver has matured considerably in the last few years. Aided by more than 120 machine learning algorithms, the CMS and commerce vendor is gearing up for growth across multiple verticals.
This week - AI needs reskilling, but where do we start? Also: Apple rattles the enterprise news media with their services play. Dirty SI secrets revealed - and a special April (blockchain) fools edition of the weekly whiffs.
Accenture's long-standing CEO Pierre Nanterme passed away earlier this year, but it's a case of keep on keeping on for the firm.