Since being appointed, Thomas Kurian has kept a low public profile, embarking on a broad listening brief across a business he believes can compete with AWS.
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SAP has lost another high-profile executive when the head of cloud and 27-year veteran of the company Robert Enslin resigned to pursue 'an external opportunity'.
Software automation specialist Chef is committing 100 percent of its technology to open source, and is changing the way it goes to market in a bid to focus on large enterprise customers. Here's what customers need to know about the changes.
The newly formed Virgin Trains USA has turned to the integration platform as a service vendor Dell Boomi to link up its various systems ahead of launch.
The Bank of England has drastically changed how it collects and analyses fast-growing data sets over the past few years, adopting enterprise versions of open source technologies to help it modernise its architecture.
The vendor has laid out its plans for a new combined data platform, which promises to bring together the best features of CDH and HDP
Located in the middle of an industrial park at the end of the self-styled Bermondsey beer mile in south east London, Fourpure has quickly become one of the best known craft breweries in a city where there is no shortage of competition.
Lloyds Banking Group is pushing forward with a bold plan to migrate selected customers to a new cloud-native core banking platform developed by a small London-based startup called Thought Machine - so what does Thought Machine do and how risky is this move?
Technology leaders took to the stage at Davos this week to discuss their biggest concerns for the future, with the digital skills gap coming up time and time again.
Popular dating app Tinder is using image recognition technology from Amazon Web Services (AWS) to power its matching algorithm for premium users.
The idea of robotic process automation (RPA) dates back to the turn of the century, with UK vendor Blue Prism being credited as pioneers in the space, but the technology only got its name in 2012. Since then it has been maturing into enterprise readiness. There is now a set of major vendors starting to carve out a space for themselves and a clutch of early adopters showing some real results.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has finally launched two blockchain-specific managed services for customers today at re:Invent, with Amazon Quantum Ledger Database and Amazon Managed Blockchain.
Machine data specialist Splunk is looking to expand its user base beyond IT and security professionals with a new approach to product development under what it calls Splunk Next.
After retreating from public markets in 2013, Michael Dell is looking to take his eponymous computing company back onto the stock market via a complex deal involving its VMware tracking stock.
As the financial services giant Mastercard continues to adapt to ever-changing consumer demands, the head of technology at the company has urged all companies to emulate Netflix when it comes to innovation.