Avaya study shows radical shifts in business ops due to pandemic
COVID has forced most U.S. businesses to rethink how they work.
Avaya this week released its “Work from Anywhere” study, which examines the shifts U.S. businesses are undergoing to adapt to today’s changing economy.
Avaya is a major provider of solutions to help businesses communicate ...
ServiceNow working with Accenture on enterprise automation
Automation company ServiceNow, together with Accenture, has formed a business group to accelerate customers' digital transformation and workflow processes. In the next five years, the two companies plan to invest millions of dollars in the Accenture ServiceNow Business Group.
In practice, about ...
New Sage apps help customers create intelligent organizations
Company execs present a range of new enhancements at virtual customer event.
At its annual conference, Sage Intacct Advantage 2020, the company announced several product enhancements to support Sage Intacct customers. Company executives shared how, by using digital technology, businesses can fun...
The future is uncertain for many enterprise IT organizations
The corporate IT industry is undergoing seismic changes and shifts that have destabilized the status quo. Nearly one in three enterprises surveyed show that organizations are worried about their future.
The results of the survey show that 80% of the companies have been forced to take part in a d...
Accenture to invest $3B in new Cloud First business unit
The multiservice group will be developed over the next 3 years with 70,000 employees.
Consulting giant Accenture is investing $3 billion in forming a new business unit that will focus on helping enterprises become "cloud first" businesses and accelerate their digital transformation to the publi...
HP adds new cloud-based printer management service to portfolio
HP’s printer business has been declining recently. To boost their net revenue, they now have to look to more subscription services. It's all about strengthen the printing division. A financial plan released in February promised to increase the print revenue.
HP introduces their new Managed Pri...
Red Hat, IBM and Adobe help industries with data-driven marketing
Adobe, IBM, and IBM-owned Red Hat have signed an agreement that will see the three work together to help highly-regulated industries such as healthcare and banking. The partnership will enable these industries to drive personalized marketing campaigns while not compromising the privacy of customers...
What’s in Store for ServiceNow with McDermott at the Helm?
ServiceNow recently completed its six-week virtual conference. Not just one or two days, but a whole six weeks of sessions about the ServiceNow’s solutions and various customer stories. We were looking forward to the keynote from ServiceNow’s new CEO, Bill McDermott, the former CEO of SAP.
‘More financial institutions focus on the shift to cloud’
The shift to the cloud is of the utmost importance for financial institutions, as part of the digital transformation, according to research by F5.
The Financial Services edition of the 2020 State Of Application Services survey by F5 is published. The edition shows that six out of ten companies (...
IBM expands storage portfolio to support AI
IBM is expanding its storage portfolio to help enterprises build an optimized AI infrastructure. The new products should make it easier for enterprises to implement AI in their infrastructure.
The new Elastic Storage System 5000 (ESS 5000) is a software-defined storage solution designed for the ...
AWS continues investment in Spain with new data centers
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is set to open data centers in Spain, enabling AWS users to run workloads and store data in Spain with lower latency.
According to the company, initially the new AWS Europe (Spain) Region will consist of three Availability Zones.
It will open late 2022 or early 2023 ...
What SD-WAN can do for digital transformation and business strategies
Since the advent of the Internet, many different network
management techniques have been developed to make optimal use of the available
bandwidth and for the efficient handling of data traffic. To date, truly
dynamic approaches have been found to be lacking. The latest generation of