Giacomo Lee
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ERP Today Live! with Embridge Consulting and WalkMe
WalkMe's Matthew Pepper and John Tibble and Embridge Consulting's Wendy Henry discuss the importance of UX in digital adoption platforms.
Money in Web3 needs neither crypto nor cyberspace
Accenture, Alibaba and more explain why the future of finance doesn’t necessarily involve cryptocurrency and extended reality 
Alibaba adds more autonomous autos to its Cloud
Deloitte China and Alibaba Cloud have jointly established the Deloitte-Alibaba Cloud Auto Industry Center. Based in Hangzhou, China, the center will focus on providing customers in the automobile industry end-to-end solutions including autonomous driving, intelligent manufacturing and digital marketing. With...
Google further exits Smart City stage with Cloud closure
Five years after its inception, Google Cloud's IoT Core system is no more, pointing towards a further pivot away from smart city technology for Google and parent company Alphabet. The news comes not even one year after Sidewalk Labs, Alphabet's controversial urban planning subsidiary, was folded back into Google. The IoT Core closure was announced with a message on the product's page stating the service will be retired on August 16, 2023.
Deepfake data will mean real money in finance – but reality is key
Can synthetic data resolve bias, privacy and data gaps for financial services?
Netflix and chill on the Mega-Deal?
The recent spate of Microsoft mega-deals looks to be over in the current market.
SAP moves first to control costs in wake of economic uncertainty
A certain existential crisis of the employee sort has been spreading across enterprise as of late. Microsoft announced small layoffs as part of a business realignment this week, while a staff-wide email on Tuesday from Google's CEO warned employees of consolidation due to the “uncertain global economic outlook.”
Red Hat names Matt Hicks as new CEO
Hicks, who previously served as Red Hat’s executive VP of products and technologies, succeeds Paul Cormier.
HPE esports deal is more about data than anything meta
HPE partners with esports organization Evil Geniuses, augmenting the latter's data analytics capabilities.
Windows incompatibility poses a dual threat to enterprise
The end of Internet Explorer grabbed a lot of tech news headlines. But another interesting nugget of Microsoft-related news went under the radar recently.