Cloud News & Articles

Companies wade through 367 apps to get work done

The app surplus is eating up time. Workers are spending more than two hours a day sorting through silos, an Airtable report found.

Are you more innovative in the office? Your boss thinks so.

To many employees’ dismay, business leaders tie innovation to work location. But one Gartner analyst cautions, leaders need to be clear on what they're innovating for.

IBM leans on hybrid to stay competitive in cloud

Hillery Hunter, CTO of IBM Cloud, shared how the tech company is banking on security, compliance and stability to bolster industry cloud solutions.

Amazon Joins the Open Invention Network

Durham, NC (December 6, 2022) – Open Invention Network (OIN), the organization formed to safeguard open source software (OSS) and the largest patent non-aggression community in history, announced today that Amazon has joined as a community…

OpenAI’s ChatGPT hiccups serve as a fresh reminder of AI flaws

The AI-generated language model has been banned from Stack Overflow less than a week after its release.

Slack CEO steps down in latest Salesforce C-suite shakeup

Lidiane Jones, Salesforce's EVP and GM of experience cloud, commerce cloud and marketing cloud, will replace Stewart Butterfield.

Tech sector sends mixed messages on workforce stability

Is the tech sector laying off staff or hiring new workers? Yes and yes.

Why Organizations Should Stop Focusing on Cloud Adoption and Start Focusing on Cloud Maturity

Stop Focusing on Cloud Adoption and Start Focusing on Cloud Maturity For the past several years, most organizations have made it their priority to shift much of their applications and data from on-premises to the cloud. In fact, 57% of Sour…

Can you power through forces of nature?

With hurricane season seeing greater activity than before, now’s the time to revisit your IT strategy.

Estimates say turnover costs more than $57K annually — and is still rising

Turnover can be contagious, which may amplify pressure on employees left behind.

Tech employment grew in November even as layoffs tick up

The monthly jobs report shows reassuring signs for the technology workforce, according to CompTIA.

How XPO’s new CIO keeps tech on track in trucking

The logistics company is leveraging data and an engineering culture to optimize the less-than-truckload freight business.