Yoana Cholteeva
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Will EU scrutiny of Microsoft Teams impact Big Tech?
Microsoft has been working with regulators to resolve the Teams-related issues but is EU’s scrutiny likely to impact more Big Tech?
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Automation Anywhere combines automation + AI in a fresh launch
Automation Anywhere announced new generative AI-powered innovations to help companies put automation and AI to work across enterprises
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Remote work and GenAI: spanners in the cybersecurity engine?
Remote work and GenAI are here to stay. But what does this mean for enterprise cybersecurity and how are they impacting it?
Oracle’s CEO, Safra Catz | Oracle’s Q1 2024 results reveal slower cloud sales, but AI optimistic
Oracle’s Q1 2024 results reveal slower cloud sales, Musk AI deal
Oracle’s figures for the first quarter 2024 saw slow cloud sales growth stifling enthusiasm, but further optimism for increased AI demand
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UiPath’s Q2 results beat expectations, but AI value questioned
UiPath’s second-quarter results for 2024 beat analysts’ revenue growth expectations but investors question the value of its AI bet.
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IFS signs key AI acquisition and flurry of partnerships
IFS has had a busy end of the month, recently taking the spotlight with new acquisitions and a strategic acquisition of Falkonry AI.
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Samsara sees Internet of “Wins” amid Q2 customer growth
Samsara has revealed its Q2 results demonstrating higher revenue and cash-flow positivity as customers continue to bet on its IoT platform.
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HPE Q3 results reflect edge momentum and portfolio mix shift
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has announced its third quarter financial results demonstrating an edge momentum driving modest revenue growth.
A face of a llama | Is Zuckerberg winning “the wrestling match” with Musk and ChatGPT
Is Zuck winning the AI cage fight versus Musk and ChatGPT?
While Zuckerberg’s Llama 2 is the new kid on the block, is it really a threat to ChatGPT and how will it compete against Musk’s xAI?
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Zoom is applying to be your new office administrator
While Zoom made headlines this week allegedly mandating a return to the office, the reality of its move is an entirely different story.
Did SAP drink the cloud AI Kool-Aid? Enterprise reacts
When it comes to messaging, we have to ask whether SAP has drunk a little too much of the cloud and AI "Kool-Aid" lately.
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AWS revenue growth in Q2 beats analyst expectations
Amazon’s second quarter financial results have shown revenue from its cloud unit Amazon Web Services rise 12 percent year on year.
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Microsoft’s Q4 earnings beat expectations with AI and hybrid cloud
Microsoft’s financial results for Q4 2023 beat analyst expectations with $56.2bn in revenue as the tech giant leans onto its AI bet.
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IFS results show sustained growth driven by cloud demand
IFS has announced its financial results for Q2 2023, demonstrating robust forward performance with both Cloud and annual recurring revenue up
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SAP Q2 results: cloud leads the way despite analyst misses
SAP’s financial results for Q2 2023 demonstrated cloud revenue growth of 19 percent, but the results did not meet analysts’ expectations.
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IBM Q2 results top earnings estimates with Red Hat wins – but revenue falls
IBM has released its second quarter results with earnings exceeding analysts’ estimates, but revenue missed the mark.
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Microsoft expands AI collaborations with Bing and Capgemini
Microsoft has announced the expansion of Bing with Chat Enterprise, as part of its Microsoft Inspire event.
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Salesforce appoints new president and chief legal officer
Salesforce has announced the appointment of Sabastian Niles as president and chief legal officer, overseeing the firm's legal affairs.
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US Trade Commission investigates OpenAI over deceptive practices
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has launched an investigation into OpenAI in relation to unfair or deceptive privacy data practices.
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Workday intros next-gen Elastic Hypercube Technology
Workday has introduced the next generation of its patented Elastic Hypercube Technology to help organizations manage changing business needs.
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Accenture Federal Services bags $94m US Army contract
Accenture Federal Services (AFS) has secured a $94m US Army contract to transform the agency’s ICAM system.
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Snowflake appoints James Petter head of EMEA sales
Snowflake has announced the appointment of James Petter as VP of EMEA Sales, responsible for leading Snowflake EMEA to business growth.
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Quantexa £200m+ AI investment to support UK Gov ambitions
Quantexa has announced that it will invest an additional £125m in the global artificial intelligence (AI) industry.
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SUSE Q2 results see shares down amid slowing revenue growth
SUSE’s financial results for Q2 2023 revealed a turbulent quarter with its revenue growing by one percentage point to $161.9m.
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Robo trade wars as U.S. to bar Chinese companies from buying AI cloud services
The U.S. administration is set to restrict Chinese firms’ access to U.S. AI cloud services to “close loophole in chip-export controls".
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Microsoft welcomes “pragmatic solutions” in EU antitrust Teams probe
Microsoft is nearing a European Union antitrust investigation over Teams as its proposed competition remedies are found unsatisfactory. The development follows a 2020 action by now Salesforce-owned workspace messaging app Slack.
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Infor chosen by food producer HAK to grow green efficiency
Infor has announced that Dutch producer of vegetables and legumes, HAK, is starting to implement its CloudSuite Food and Beverage solution.
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The World Economic Forum and Deloitte launch Quantum Readiness Toolkit to stem cybersecurity risk
The World Economic Forum and Deloitte have released a quantum toolkit to help protect organizations from developing cybersecurity risks.
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Salesforce: new wares, $4bn UK investment in GenAI – whilst tackling consumer distrust
At its World Tour London event, Salesforce introduced the addition of generative AI capabilities, Sales GPT and Service GPT, to enable teams to close deals faster, anticipate customer needs and bolster productivity. Amidst the launch news, the CRM giant also...
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Oracle unveils new AI-powered capabilities to enhance HR productivity
Oracle has announced the addition of generative AI-powered capabilities within its Oracle Fusion Cloud Human Capital Management (HCM) to improve existing HR processes and drive faster business value, improve productivity and enhance the candidate and employee experience.