In June 2017 SAP relaunched a nascent product named after Leonardo Da Vinci to reflect its changing position from an IoT platform to a "digital innovation system".
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Rajen Sheth, director of product management for Cloud AI, has outlined how the tech giant is working to ensure that its AI work is ethical and fair.
SAP has swooped to purchase Qualtrics for US$8 billion, just as the software-as-a-service survey platform was preparing for an IPO.
Google Cloud is launching two new tools to help customers design, launch and keep track of their machine learning algorithms.
Lloyds has announced that it is cutting 6,000 traditional roles but creating 8,000 digital roles to offer customers a greater range of digital services.
Lufthansa Group is increasingly turning to APIs as a way to expand its digital reach, cut out aggregators and diversify its direct sales channels.
According to Mike Olson, the merger will not "fundamentally" change how he thinks about the industry and where it is headed.
Virgin Trains is using the data flowing through its ServiceNow instance to better process delay compensation claims and help spot fraudulent claims.
Heathrow Airport is using a range of data and analytics tools from Microsoft and machine learning models to better predict passenger flows.
Enterprise cloud storage vendor Box is increasingly looking to help its customers automate repetitive or mundane business tasks.
Retailer John Lewis and Partners is currently running the biggest deployment of Salesforce's redesigned Lightning CRM application.
Carnival Corporation is leveraging data collected from guest's smartphones and wearable devices to deliver more personalised onboard experiences.
Splunk has formalised plans to enter the IoT space, promising to "take Splunk's ability to make data usable to an entirely new set of customers".
Splunk is looking to expand its user base beyond IT and security professionals with a new approach to product development under Splunk Next.
When Salesforce acquired Mulesoft in March a few people raised their eyebrows: what did integration have to do with CRM software?