Popular dating app Tinder is using image recognition technology from Amazon Web Services (AWS) to power its matching algorithm for premium users.
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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.
The German reinsurance giant has built an internal portal giving all employees access to a data lake, with the hope that enterprising employees will create new business models
Ever since Dropbox entered the enterprise space with Dropbox for Business in 2013 it has gone head to head with its cloud storage rival Box, pitting the two 30-something founders Drew Houston and Aaron Levie, respectively, directly against one another, as well as against big players like Microsoft OneDrive and Google Drive.
SAP is holding onto its 2020 ambition of hitting €8 billion cloud revenues after releasing its full year results for 2017.
Tech giant working hard to put a positive spin on the theme of automation.
People are often asking financial services firms what is keeping them up at night, and fraud and cyber security increasingly top the list, but what are the specific threats they have to contend with?