At its annual developer conference, SAP rolled out not one but three new automation technologies, hoping to recruit citizen developers to its platform.
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Salesforce is letting CIOs choose where they run its software, easing compliance with data protection and data sovereignty laws.
The Fusion Cloud ERP suite gains new supply-chain and workplace management features to meet post-pandemic needs.
SharePoint Syntex is the first product to come out of Microsoft’s Project Cortex proving ground for AI-based content management tools.
ServiceNow is doubling down on its move to become a digital workflow platform with its Paris code release, adding applications for industry verticals to push beyond its ITSM roots.
SurveyMonkey is doubling down on its enterprise partnerships, offering CIOs an opportunity to optimise spend and results in this emerging area.
Contingent labour has been hard to find during Covid-19. SAP Fieldglass External Talent Marketplace aims to offer access to a larger temp staffing pool.
Pegasystems is aiming its ‘platform for platforms’ at enterprises struggling to automate business processes that sprawl across multiple systems.
Christian Klein, sole CEO since April, emphasised sustainability and an ambition to provide more industry-specific solutions at its flagship virtual event.
Global IT spending is expected to drop this year, with cloud services an exception as enterprises accelerate transformational strategies.
IBM is relying on technology from its Red Hat acquisition to deploy a new AIOps tool and help it deliver new edge-of-cloud computing services to support 5G networks
In what could be a bellwether for the tech industry, SAP dials down forecasts while offering delays or financing on payments for budget-constrained CIOs.
ServiceNow is making a play to push beyond ITSM, thanks to new AI tools in the Orlando release of its Now platform and other recent AI-related moves.
SAP is now hosting IBM’s latest Power Systems servers in its own data centers, as part of its HANA Enterprise Cloud managed offering.
The ERP vendor seeks to entice upgrades to its latest platform as it also announces there will be no support for Business Suite 7 beyond 2030.