Splunk threatened a move into the provision of new business operations tools and services last year, and the security and operations management tools maker has now been as good as its word
Aera CEO Laluyaux - AI, self-driving and why it's time to stop being excited by old enterprise software 'innovation'
A catch-up with Frederick Laluyaux, CEO of Aera, covers a lot of ground.
We should take notice of the pioneering work in big data and AI done by digital innovators at public transport networks - two examples from London and Paris
SAP TechEd 2018 - How Kaeser Kompressoren is selling compressed air as a service with the help of SAP Data Hub
Every now and then, a customer use case really stands out. I picked up a dandy at SAP TechEd 2018, via a long-time SAP customer that keeps their tech - and business models - right on the edge of what's possible.
IoT and edge computing sounds very futuristic but it's been with us a while. New Relic's Lee Atchison figures out where the cloud starts and the edge ends
SAP TechEd day one featured news announcements that implied a more open SAP. Serverless ERP, ABAP on the SAP Cloud Platform - we're a long way from NetWeaver. But big questions remain. Here's my illustrated day one review.
A series of product announcements and a roadmap for an AI/ML driven future featured heavily in Workday Rising 2018's keynote.
HR analytics has always been something of a Cinderella - much admired but seldom loved. That may change with ML augmented Workday People Analytics but it is very early days and Workday is cautious.
If you want to provoke me, tell me there's not enough qualified data science talent. That led me to a video exchange with IBM's Vijay Vijayasankar, where he shared the ups and own of hiring data science talent.
IoT is a billion dollar opportunity for telcos. AT&T is betting that IoT + blockchain is the winning formula.