Cloud computing in 2021 became the de facto choice of IT due to digital transformation shifts accelerated by remote work and the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's a look at how the cloud leaders stack up, the hybrid market, and the key SaaS players.
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For Kyndryl, the Microsoft pact is likely to create a new revenue stream. Historically, it has serviced IBM cloud customers.
Zoom's online direct sales will be volatile as smaller customers normalize spending as large enterprises spend more on the Zoom platform.
Freshworks is continuing to take on giants with its Neo platform and Freshservice is the latest product launch aimed at SMBs and enterprises.
Workday said it was aiming to support talent management, costs, planning and compliance in a holistic approach.
The two companies will collaborate to help enterprises use PyTorch on AWS and scale deep learning models.
The e-commerce giant said fiscal 2022 revenue will grow by 20% to 23%, well off its pace in recent years.
Dell Technologies reckons its AIOps software and integration with its hardware can get infrastructure to level 3 of a 5 level autonomous infrastructure scale.
ZDNet caught up with co-CEO Alex Rinke to talk business process mining, expanding the customer base, and the plan for leveraging data to build an execution management ecosystem.
The company will announce a "margin improvement program and related restructuring charges" in the fourth quarter.