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Telstra just wants a quantum computer to offer as-a-service

Due to the changes needed to algorithms and computational thinking, Telstra chief scientist Hugh Bradlow believes the first commercial users of quantum computers will need some help adjusting — and the Australian incumbent telco will be there to offer that help at a price. “I can assure you they are not going to walk in on day one and know ... Read More »

Artificial intelligence and machine learning: How to invest for the enterprise

Virtually every enterprise software vendor is creating noise in the market about artificial intelligence. Unfortunately, much of that marketing buzz offers little substance and creates confusion for customers about what’s real. Given this FUD, the challenge for business people is deciding where to invest. Although market confusion is an issue, the underlying reality is that achieving results with AI needs ... Read More »

Twilio launches API for mobile enterprise, customer conversations

Image: Twilio. Twilio launched a new application programming interface for private text and voice conversations between a customer and mobile worker. The API, dubbed Twilio Proxy, is built to enable moderated conversations and could be used by any enterprise with mobile workers using their own devices. According to Twilio, the Proxy API will be added to its Engagement Cloud, which ... Read More »

CA Technologies, Talend report earnings

CA Technologies reported fourth quarter financial results Thursday. cloud tv Cloud migration: Dipping in a toe before diving all in The Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine rebuilt its data warehouse on the Google Cloud Platform, taking advantage of pay-as-you-go pricing to make sure it was the right move. Read More The company reported fourth quarter income from continuing operations of ... Read More »

Here’s why legacy enterprise systems may never die

Companies are getting more mileage out of enterprise legacy systems as a series of trends converge. The upshot: Already long-in-the-tooth applications may stick around a lot longer on the back end. At Build 2017, Sapho, a startup that puts a micro-app, transactional interface, on enterprise applications, said it will support Actionable Messages for Microsoft Outlook. Outlook users will be able ... Read More »

MuleSoft sets 2017 revenue targets; Arista Networks, LogMeIn, Hortonworks, Zendesk report

MuleSoft projected 2017 revenue between $271 million to $274 million as it reported its first quarterly results as a public company. The company, which has a platform that applications together via application programming interfaces (APIs), went public March 17. MuleSoft reported a net loss of $10.14 million, or 27 cents a share, on revenue of $60.9 million, up 56 percent ... Read More »

This consumer revolution is being televised

Okay, folks. Here’s another guest post while I finish part 2 of my “Commonwealth of Self-Interest.” This one comes from a true thought leader in the space, Sameer Patel. To work backwards, Sameer is currently the CEO of Kahuna, one of the rare marketing automation platforms focused around B2C. Prior to that he built SAP Jam, their brilliant collaboration platform, ... Read More »

​Ubuntu’s Shuttleworth: Free software zealots are antisocial muppets who love to hate

Shuttleworth said he became “disgusted with the hate on Mir”, which has changed his opinion of the free software community. Image: Canonical Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Ubuntu developer Canonical, has condemned some in the free software community who he believes hate everything that’s mainstream. Shuttleworth aired his grievances in a Google+ post in which he initially thanked contributors to Canonical’s ... Read More »

Snowflake Computing raises $100 million to expand cloud data warehouse footprint

Snowflake Computing, a cloud data warehouse vendor, has closed a $100 million funding round as it aims to expand internationally. special feature Digital Transformation: A CXO’s Guide Reimagining business for the digital age is the number-one priority for many of today’s top executives. We offer practical advice and examples of how to do it right. Read More The company, built ... Read More »

Google presents its open-source goodies to the world

VIDEO: Find all of Google’s open-source projects on one site Google lives and dies on open-source software. Without Linux, there would be no Google. The company both uses and makes open-source code every day of the year. In 2017 alone, Google has open-sourced Chrome for iOS; Upspin file-sharing; E2EMail, experimental end-to-end email encryption; and the Guetzli JPEG encoder. There’s only ... Read More »

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