Huawei wants to break Intel’s chip dominance with Kunpeng
With Kunpeng, Huawei sees an opportunity in the chip market. Their chip activities are therefore being expanded and substantial investments are being made. The company says it doesn't want to compete with Intel, but we think Huawei actually does. The fact is that the company is being forced, as it can no longer buy processors from Intel because of Trump's trading ban. They need a good alternative. That alternative is not available on the market, so Huawei has to build it themselves. A big chall...
How Apple and Salesforce optimise customer experience
Marc Benioff, one of Salesforce's CEOs, said
the iPhone and iPad are the best business devices in the world. Salesforce has
been working exclusively with Apple since last year to maximize the Salesforce
experience on Apple. Apple helps Salesforce develop and optimize its apps.
Marriott hotels are one of the first to make good use of it.Salesforce
and Apple have joined forces to provide the best business experience on the
iPhone and iPad. For Salesforce, it is important that its products and...
‘Cybersecurity AI algorithms should become publicly available’
Algorithms and methodologies for artificial intelligence
(AI) and machine learning are becoming increasingly important in cybersecurity.
However, more cooperation between the various stakeholders is needed in order
to unlock the full potential of these technologies. By placing them in a public
AI Framework, for example. Techzine spoke about this with Executive Vice
President for Strategic Accounts René Bonvanie at Palo Alto Networks during the
One Conference 2019.Within the cybersecurity c...
GitLab is a DevSecOps platform with open-source at its core
GitLab recently came into the spotlights as one of the Dutch unicorns, enterprises with a value of more than a billion dollars. Meanwhile, the company is active in 61 countries, it continues to grow, and it will even go public in 2020. Recently, the company held its first event on European soil in London. An ideal opportunity for Techzine to learn more about the strategy of the open-source company, with both Dutch and Ukrainian roots. Where does the company stand today, and what can we expect i...
For low-code/no-code applications, an integration partner is needed
and more companies are turning to low code and no-code. The aim is to develop
applications or add features to their current enterprise SaaS solutions more
quickly. However, they are increasingly encountering the need to combine data,
data from different sources. In order to collect this data properly, it is wise
to use an integration partner.When building an application, whether you do this by programming yourself or by using a low-code or no-code platform, where you want to use data f...
Data virtualization is the new goal of Pure Storage
Pure Storage has used its recent Pure Acceleration
conference to discuss its future plans. Now that the company has been in
existence for ten years, it wants to focus on what it calls a 'modern data
experience' in the coming period: data storage that is Simple, Seamless and
Sustainable. The virtualisation of data storage plays a major role in this.
With its storage services, Pure Storage can already deliver a modern data
experience. But the modern data experience can mean even more for users, a...
Ericsson wants to work on 5G for Industry 4.0
A frequently heard statement is that the real use cases for 5G are currently still often found in the large business segment. The industrial sector, in particular, can benefit greatly from this. Certainly, now that Industry 4.0 is gradually gaining ground. According to network supplier Ericsson, it is of great importance that operators, the industry and suppliers of 5G networks work together to achieve this.Like all other business sectors, the industry is currently
going through a digital t...
Cloud Foundry is navigating wild waters
For many companies and organizations, Cloud Foundry is a good option to bring their applications to the (multi)cloud quickly and easily. Still, the open source application PaaS platform is under pressure from other cloud native technologies, and has to respond more and more to this. We noticed this during the Cloud Foundry Summit Europe 2019. Techzine spoke about this with Executive Director Abby Kearns, of the open source project Cloud Foundry Foundation.First, we will introduce what Cloud...
What does the rise of low-code and no-code mean for companies?
addition to dedicated platforms with which applications can be built using low-code
or no-code, a new trend is beginning to emerge. Large enterprise organizations
are adding low-code or no-code possibilities within their existing applications.
This allows existing platforms to be expanded with new features or
possibilities. What opportunities does this offer for companies?Over the
past year, we have regularly written about so-called low-code and no-code
companies. Companies that speciali...
SAP under pressure: investor exerting influence, top executives gone
The largest European software supplier, SAP, is under pressure. In less than twelve months, activist investment firm Elliott Management acquired stakes of 1.2 billion euros, several top executives left the company and a restructuring plan is in place to save almost one billion euros. The latest development is the departure of CEO Bill McDermott, after CTO Björn Goerke left earlier this year. What is going on with the German ERP giant, who had little to fear for a long time?Elliott
BlackBerry secures mobile devices on the fly
more mobile devices are appearing in the networks of large companies and organizations.
With Unified Endpoint Management (UEM), administrators try to manage and secure
this flow of devices as well as possible. With artificial intelligence (AI) and
the use of machine learning this can be a lot faster and easier, says
BlackBerry. The provider of software and cloud-based solutions for secure
communication connections uses AI to define 'risk factors' in order to provide
end users with the ...
Cisco needs time to make Intent-Based Networking successful
Cisco has been developing Intent-Based Networking since 2014. The technology started in the data center and has also been available for Campus networks since 2017. The new technology is so different that it needs time to roll it out completely. Every year, new steps are taken in the development, migration and adoption of the technology. Ultimately, it is only a matter of time before Intent-Based Networking becomes successful, as it is a complete re-vamp of how we build networks. Hardware i...