IBM's acquisition of Red Hat looks promising.
IBM shows that legacy applications belong in the cloud too.
For Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins, it isn't all about technology.
Can HP Reverb overcome VR's limitations?
AMD CEO Lisa Su and her team have made several critical changes and the firm seems to be able to execute like clockwork. At Computex, Su showcased progress the firm has made while announcing a number of new products.
The advantages of Lenovo are not well known; it is more likely to be forced to compete on price. This makes it an interesting bargain for the informed customer.
Microsoft Build 2019 introduced game changers in Azure, AI, gaming, bots, mixed reality, autonomous systems and more.
IT has always wanted vendors to better collaborate and we saw that in spades at the opening of Dell Technologies World.
BlackBerry continues to impress on product and execution, but it is held back by an image tied to what it used to be. Customers have clearly indicated that BlackBerry is keeping their firms and people far safer than what is likely being deployed by competitors.
From sustainability to home improvement to prosthetics, HP and customers are working to make the world a better place.
For efforts like the Google AI Ethics Council to work, they need to be integrated with the creation process, have the responsibility to assure ethics and the authority to enforce their decisions, and the full support of the executive staff.
A skunk works-like VC organization named Decibel from Cisco appears to strike a near perfect balance by using a model that has been successful in driving innovation.
NVIDIA has been moving aggressively into the AI, data science, HPC, robotics, and automotive spaces and GTC is a showcase for how far it has come.
Call center AI implementations are creating huge improvement rates in multiple metrics, and users are impressed.
This is as much a war for technology leadership between countries as it is companies, and between a competitive telephony market vs. one that is dominated by a single vendor.
HP is performing the role of canary in a coal mine and pointing out that the world we have this decade will be very different from the world we will have in the second half of next decade, based on megatrends.