IBM will also offer to host clients’ S/4HANA systems on Power servers under the Rise umbrella.
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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Focus: That will be the new work week for SAP in Germany beginning May 20, 2022.
With new tools for correlating employee engagement at with other data, the software vendor hopes to make it easier for managers to retain workers.
IBM is refreshing its mainframe range by putting an artificial intelligence accelerator on the processor and surrounding it with new cryptographic features.
Days after Celonis acquired a company to boost its offering on Microsoft’s Power Platform, Microsoft has made a process mining acquisition of its own.
After moving its SAP systems to the Azure cloud in 2021, Microsoft is putting SAP in charge of its migration to S/4HANA through RISE.
At its annual customer conference, Nvidia is showing off new ways to model and predict the behavior of clouds and more, in the cloud and elsewhere.
Fujitsu will stop making mainframes in the next nine years — but it, and mainframe rival IBM, are taking steps to give mainframe applications an afterlife in the cloud.
Network operators are making progress with stand-alone 5G rollouts, but CIOs hungry for 5G might want to consider a private 5G network.
ServiceNow is riding high, with subscription revenue up 30 per cent and renewal rates are around 99 per cent, so why does the vendor see the need for Impact?
When Hewlett Packard acquired knowledge management software firm Autonomy, it didn’t realise it was buying into a multibillion accounting cover-up.
SAP has named IBM its first “premium supplier” for Rise with SAP, allowing it to host S/4HANA in the IBM Cloud as part of an all-in-one offering.
Higher renewals and a marked shift to cloud-based revenue as a result of its RISE program are making the software giant more optimistic about its ambition of reaching annual cloud revenue of €22 billion by 2025.
In selling the data-based part of its Watson Health business to an investment firm, IBM signals that it wants to concentrate on core AI technology.
Microsoft says it will trade its workplace culture for Activision Blizzard’s metaverse building blocks — potentially bringing a new meaning to the title of software architect.