Technology giants are making it easier for CIOs to manage greenhouse gas emissions, not just in the server room but across the whole enterprise.
Stories by Peter Sayer
RPA vendor UiPath is beefing up its RPA platform -- and is partnering with security firm CrowdStrike to keep tabs on its robot workers.
A joint offering will mine processes to identify opportunities for optimisation and provide the platform on which those processes can be automated.
Redmond will increase the price of Office 365 by up to 25 per cent in March 2022, but there are things CIOs can do now to limit the damage.
CIOs assess ServiceNow’s latest Now platform update, which aims to make enterprise processes easier for employees to navigate.
IBM is focusing on hot technologies such as artificial intelligence and the cloud, and is cutting adrift legacy IT activities to operate as an independent company.
Amazon Web Services has created a new API to help companies ascertain how customers feel, while Qualtrics bought a competitor to do it.
With Oracle Support Rewards, the vendor hopes to tempt existing on-premises customers to move workloads to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
SAP has added HR and vertical industry support to hosted S/4 HANA offering, while furthering its foray into AI for process intelligence and expense auditing.
Microsoft’s Azure will no longer be SAP’s preferred cloud platform — although SAP executives say the companies’ Embrace partnership remains strong.
ServiceNow offers enterprises a platform on which to formalise the informal workplace processes eroded by the move to working from home.
It’s barely five months since the last Ignite conference, but Microsoft still had a lot to share about innovations in AI, IoT, and communication.
SAP’s new business transformation as-a-service offering is designed to reduce total cost of ownership but user groups are sceptical.
At its annual developer conference, SAP rolled out not one but three new automation technologies, hoping to recruit citizen developers to its platform.
Salesforce is letting CIOs choose where they run its software, easing compliance with data protection and data sovereignty laws.