IBM has unveiled plans to restructure partner engagement models across the channel, revealing four new initiatives as part of efforts to focus on ‘higher-value’ solutions such as artificial intelligence, cloud, blockchain, security and as-a-service offerings.
As US software giant Oracle looks to keep pace with cloud computing giants Amazon Web Services and old rivals like Microsoft, the company is increasingly leaning on one key diffentiator: automation.
New applications leverage the power of artificial intelligence and augmented reality to improve financial capacity and decision-making for and by the poor.
Here are some important parameters, across people, process and technology, that will hopefully make it easier for you to identify the right kind of Managed Service Partner for your business.
With the increasing adoption of Digital Media and SaaS based Technology, it’s essential to adopt a Multi-Cloud Strategy to keep up with the rapid pace of technology evolution. Get more details from Netmagic here.
With consumer generated data becoming critical to business, CIOs need to ensure that consumer driven data and applications are put higher up on their DR priority list. Find more from Netmagic here.
With a new offering, Deep Learning as a Service, IBM aims to help businesses use deep learning techniques to automate key business processes, even if they lack deep learning expertise
Microsoft is set to make Windows Server 2019 generally available in the second half of the year, opening up access to its preview build through its Insiders program now and targeting data centers with new features to handle hybrid cloud setups and hyperconverged infrastructure.
With transportation and mobility contributing significantly to Dassault Systèmes business in India, the cloud business will accelerate EV ( Electric Vehicle) adoption