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  • Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella speaks during the OpenAI DevDay event on November 06, 2023 in San Francisco, California.
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    Microsoft raises business application suite prices as Copilot permeates Dynamics 365

    The tech giant updated terms on its CRM and ERP solutions for the first time in more than five years.

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    Bridging the gap between strategy and operations in AI

    Generative AI helps companies reduce costs, create workplace efficiencies and improve the customer experience. A recent report from EXL shows how to put your AI strategy into operation.

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    AI-powered coding tools will soon be the norm, Gartner says

    The analyst firm’s research suggests enterprises are just scratching the surface of the tools' benefits.

  • In this photo illustration, the welcome screen for the OpenAI "ChatGPT" app is displayed on a laptop screen on February 03, 2023 in London, England. OpenAI,
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    ChatGPT grabs the shadow IT crown: report

    Generative AI tools emerged as the latest villain in the enterprise battle to curb SaaS bloat and rationalize software portfolios, Productiv analysis found.

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    Software purges: How CIOs can declutter the software stack

    A “hairball” of a tech stack can create a world of problems, one expert said. Disjointed technology can make work harder and waste employee time and financial resources. 

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    Employers worry training won’t keep pace with tech advancement

    Business leaders said it’s never been so hard to plan for future talent requirements, according to a World Employment Confederation survey.

  • Jamie Dimon, Chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase, testifies during a Senate Banking Committee hearing at the Hart Senate Office Building on December 06, 2023 in Washington, DC.
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    JPMorgan Chase CEO wants more cloud to fuel AI, analytics

    The banking giant aims to have 75% of its data and 70% of its applications in the cloud this year, Jamie Dimon said in a letter to shareholders.

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    How the Boston Celtics used cloud to up their basketball analytics game

    As big data rolled in, the 78-year-old NBA franchise migrated its tech stack from CTO Jay Wessland’s back office to AWS infrastructure.

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    Cybersecurity jobs pay well, but gender disparities persist

    ISC2’s analysis found significant financial benefits for U.S. cybersecurity professionals, but pay gaps persist across levels of seniority by gender.

  • Amazon CEO Andy Jassy speaks during the New York Times DealBook Summit in the Appel Room at the Jazz At Lincoln Center on November 30, 2022 in New York City.
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    Amazon CEO peels back the layers of generative AI, its next pillar of growth

    The company is working to clear the path to adoption for enterprises, from costs to chip supply issues, Andy Jassy said in a letter to shareholders.

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    Generative AI’s ROI is a work in progress

    Gartner analysts place the technology’s models and tools near the beginning of its hype cycle, leaving ample room for growth.

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    PwC rolls out generative AI tax solution, grows Google Cloud alliance

    The professional services firm is also developing cloud-based security, compliance, legal and sustainability tools using Google's Vertex AI platform and Gemini models.

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    How CIOs can overcome ‘AI-washing’ while vetting vendors

    Analysts expect regulatory agencies to monitor the validity of AI claims. But CIOs need to keep a close eye on vendors as well. 

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    Enterprise cloud costs spiral despite FinOps adoption, report finds

    Organizations are overprovisioning storage and overconsuming bandwidth, according to a Forrester survey commissioned by Boomi.

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    ERP transition woes batter Lamb Weston’s financial performance

    Lower fulfillment rates hurt net sales by $135 million as the company experienced inventory visibility challenges.

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    Google Cloud broadens its AI footprint, grows enterprise model portfolio

    The tech giant is emphasizing its ability to give customers a variety of options throughout the generative AI lifecycle, from chips to business applications. 

  • The Cisco logo is displayed in front of Cisco headquarters on February 09, 2024 in San Jose, California.
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    Big tech unites around AI workforce training for 100M workers

    Microsoft, Google, Intel, IBM and SAP are among the companies in the Cisco-led consortium to prepare workers in roles the technology will most likely impact.

  • A logo sits illumintated outside the Alibaba Cloud booth on day 2 of the GSMA Mobile World Congress 2019 on February 26, 2019 in Barcelona, Spain.
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    Alibaba cuts cloud prices in global market play

    The China-based hyperscaler reduced core service costs by up to 59% for workloads running in data centers outside its domestic market.

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    ChatGPT use is up, including at work

    Employees under age 30 are most likely to report using the generative AI tool for tasks in the workplace, Pew says.

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    IT hiring swings upward after 4-month slump

    The addition of more than 200,000 tech positions across the economy marks a “welcome return to stability,” CompTIA Chief Research Officer Tim Herbert said.

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    KPMG taps Google Cloud for generative AI tools, upskilling

    The professional services firm opened a cloud training center and will deploy Google’s Gemini AI assistant internally.

  • Engineers assemble an IBM Z system mainframe. The anniversary of the first commercial available mainframe, IBM's System/360, is April 7, 2024.
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    As mainframes turn 60, skill gaps threaten the enterprise workhorse

    “Great technology doesn't really go away — it finds the niche that it was made for,” Forrester Senior Analyst Brent Ellis said.

    Updated April 12, 2024
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    Banking’s mainframe strategies shift as boards push for AI, cloud

    Nearly two-thirds of global banking leaders plan to use generative AI to expedite cloud migrations, according to NTT Data.

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    Is prompt engineering’s party over?

    The novel position could be on the chopping block before ever truly gaining enterprise traction, VMware researchers found. 

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    Why CIOs should rope tax into ERP modernizations

    “The tax agenda is the most underserved corporate function by legacy ERP systems,” said David Nickson, principal in EY’s tax, technology and transformation practice.

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    Microsoft Exchange state-linked hack entirely preventable, cyber review board finds

    The technology giant’s corporate culture fell short on security investments and risk management, and needs significant reforms, according to a damning report by the U.S. Cyber Safety Review Board.