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.
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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.
With support for Windows Server 2008 ending, there’s still time to examine alternatives to upgrading.
Search giant follows Microsoft in offering route to legacy workload modernisation via new Power Systems service in Google Cloud Platform.
A long, long time ago, Amazon Web Services was all about hosting computing workloads in data centres far, far away.
Salesforce.com has introduced Customer 360 Truth and a curiously British-sounding Einstein that your customers can now access.
More AI, more preparation, more cloud integration were the key takeaways from the analytics platform maker’s annual event.
Enterprises will soon have access to Azure Arc and Azure Synapse Analytics, two new services that bolster Microsoft’s cloud offerings.
Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd has died at the age of 62. His death leaves the company in the hands of co-CEO Safra Catz and founder Larry Ellison.
Autonomous Linux, digital assistants, and closer work with Microsoft, VMware and others were among the highlights from this year’s conference.
Businesses are attracted to cloud ERP systems but compliance challenges and difficulties in moving sensitive data to the cloud are still a concern.
SAP’s $8 billion acquisition of Qualtrics may help put customer experience on the CIO’s agenda.
BI vendor seeks to simplify and automate data analysis as part of a growing trend toward injecting AI capabilities into BI tools.
Six of the biggest companies in IT are setting out to eliminate the silos in which enterprises store customer data. The bad news?
The storied Toshiba laptop brand relaunched globally as Dynabook last year. Kickstarting 2020, the channel-centric vendor has been offering partners a $50 incentive per notebook sold.