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Four expectations for AWS re:Invent

This week brings Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) annual re:Invent conference where thousands will descend upon Las Vegas to learn about cloud and the latest in AWS innovations. Having attended the conference for several years now, there are a number of trends that are common at an AWS event. One of those is the sheer number… Continue reading Four expectations for AWS re:Invent

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Microsoft empowers the developer at Connect

This week at Microsoft Connect in New York City, Microsoft announced a number of products geared toward bringing intelligence and the computing edge closer together. The tools continue Microsoft’s support of a varied and growing ecosystem of evolving solutions. At the same time, Microsoft demonstrated their insatiable drive to woo the developer with a number… Continue reading Microsoft empowers the developer at Connect

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Salesforce bridges the customer engagement gap for growth at Dreamforce

Last week was Salesforce’s Dreamforce conference in San Francisco with a whopping 170,000+ attendees. Even so, what were the key takeaways? Today, many enterprises are either Salesforce customers and follow the space closely as it pertains to a key element for executive teams today: Customer engagement. One of the top issues that executive teams and… Continue reading Salesforce bridges the customer engagement gap for growth at Dreamforce

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IBM Interconnect expectations, a CIOs perspective

This week is IBM’s annual cloud conference in Las Vegas. Quite a bit has changed in the past year for IBM and at this year’s IBM Interconnect there are a few things I’m looking for. Each of them centers in the mainstream of enterprise demand. Here’s the quick rundown: IBM CLOUD CURRENT STATE AND DIRECTION… Continue reading IBM Interconnect expectations, a CIOs perspective