Cloud Computing

HPE

HPE quarterly results top estimates on higher server demand

By CloudBuzz / December 4, 2018

(Reuters) – Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co beat analysts’ estimates for quarterly profit and revenue on Tuesday, driven by higher demand for its storage and data center networking products. HPE’s annual sales have slid since it split from Hewlett-Packard Co in

Read More

How Natural Language Processing Will Change Customer Service

By CloudTweaks / December 4, 2018

Natural Language Processing Natural language processing is one subset of AI driving human-machine interactions forward. From helping with direct calls to providing robust alternatives to human workers, it holds many possibilities for customer service on both the front and back

Read More

Alphabet’s Wing drone delivery business to take flight in Finland

By CloudBuzz / December 4, 2018

(Reuters) – Google parent Alphabet Inc’s drone delivery business Wing will launch its first European delivery service in Finland in the spring of 2019, it said in a statement on Tuesday. Wing was spun out of Alphabet’s X research division

Read More

Dean of Big Data’s Favorite Infographic Picks of 2018

By Bill Schmarzo / December 3, 2018

Big Data Infographics My last University of San Francisco School of Management class of the semester is coming up this week. However instead of a normally boring presentation from me to cap the semester, we are going to review a

Read More

European Spending on Digital Transformation to Reach $256 Billion in 2018

By CloudBuzz / December 3, 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, Milan – European spending on technologies and services that enable the digital transformation (DX) of business practices, products, and organizations is forecast to reach $378.2 billion in 2022, according to the latest Worldwide Semiannual Digital Transformation Spending Guide published by

Read More

Marriott: Data on 500 Million Guests Stolen in 4-Year Breach

By CloudBuzz / November 30, 2018

Hospitality giant Marriott today disclosed a massive data breach exposing the personal and financial information on as many as a half billion customers who made reservations at any of its Starwood properties over the past four years. Marriott said the breach involved unauthorized access

Read More

Is Public Cloud Cheaper Than Running Your Own Data Center?

By CloudBuzz / November 30, 2018

The question on whether public cloud infrastructure is cheaper than running on-premises data centers keeps coming in client inquiries. Clients realize that most of the answers produced by the industry so far are skewed by the vested interests of whoever is coming up

Read More

How AI Will Benefit Small Businesses in 2019

By Daniel Matthews / November 29, 2018

Small Business AI Quick, what’s the primary way for businesses to get traffic online? Is it social media marketing or search engine marketing? According to marketing guru Neil Patel, “More people look for businesses on search” than they do social

Read More

Blockchain platform goes live for North Sea crude oil trading

By CloudBuzz / November 29, 2018

LONDON (Reuters) – Oil majors and trading firms can start finalizing crude oil deals on a live blockchain-based platform for the first time, in a move that could revolutionize the market. Commodities trading firms have piloted similar schemes in recent

Read More

Dark side of cloud—How people and organizations are unable to adapt to improve the business

By Dana Gardner / November 28, 2018

The next BriefingsDirect cloud deployment strategies interview explores how public cloud adoption is not reaching its potential due to outdated behaviors and persistent dissonance between what businesses can do and will do with cloud strengths. Many of our ongoing hybrid IT and cloud computing discussions focus on infrastructure trends

Read More