More AI, more preparation, more cloud integration were the key takeaways from the analytics platform maker’s annual event.
Stories by Peter Sayer
Enterprises will soon have access to Azure Arc and Azure Synapse Analytics, two new services that bolster Microsoft’s cloud offerings.
SAP seeks to simplify app development on its cloud platform, while helping customers make the most of machine learning.
Autonomous Linux, digital assistants, and closer work with Microsoft, VMware and others were among the highlights from this year’s conference.
Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco this week will spotlight the company going big on conversational user interfaces and digital assistants.
Businesses are attracted to cloud ERP systems but compliance challenges and difficulties in moving sensitive data to the cloud are still a concern.
BI vendor seeks to simplify and automate data analysis as part of a growing trend toward injecting AI capabilities into BI tools.
IBM’s bid to buy Red Hat will see it integrating rivals’ cloud infrastructures, luring new clients to the cloud, and potentially kicking off an industry-wide series of cloud mergers.
Google has been ordered to pay a €4.34 billion fine and stop forcing Android smartphone makers to install its search engine and browser on their phones. That decision was handed down by the European Union's antitrust authority on Wednesday.
IBM 'Summit' winning the title of world's fastest supercomputer and a scandal in Japan shake up the Top500 supercomputer rankings.
Google's Android mobile operating system is based on open-source software, but some of the most useful parts of it – Maps and Search, for instance – are proprietary, and the company makes sure that anyone wanting to use those features has to use other services that make it money too.
IBM is making rack-mounted versions - ZR1 and Rockhopper II - of its latest z14t mainframe, that are able to securely run containerized software.
SAP invites customers to pay for software per record created when accessed indirectly through third-party apps and services, and not per named user.
Flaws in 2G, 3G and 4G networks could be repeated in 5G, says EU IT security agency
Two years after its launch, the service had attracted around 30 active customers