Siemens and Nvidia are working to bring IT and OT closer together by facilitating the creation of digital simulations of products and processes.
Stories by Peter Sayer
No longer just an API management platform, MuleSoft is expanding into new areas of workflow automation.
Commercial real-estate company JLL’s automation of its source-to-pay process, like many enterprise IT projects today, had its origin in the pandemic.
Atos is planning to split in two, much as IBM spun out its legacy-focused managed infrastructure services business to form Kyndryl in November 2021.
In the first quarter of 2022, the pay premium for non-certified tech skills saw a record rise, while IT certifications continued to fall in value.
ServiceNow is putting the spotlight on the Procurement Service Management capabilities of its San Diego software release.
Epicor is making it easier to control the flow of data between its ERP and other enterprise applications, with an iPaaS powered by Workato.
IBM will also offer to host clients’ S/4HANA systems on Power servers under the Rise umbrella.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Focus: That will be the new work week for SAP in Germany beginning May 20, 2022.
With new tools for correlating employee engagement at with other data, the software vendor hopes to make it easier for managers to retain workers.
IBM is refreshing its mainframe range by putting an artificial intelligence accelerator on the processor and surrounding it with new cryptographic features.
Days after Celonis acquired a company to boost its offering on Microsoft’s Power Platform, Microsoft has made a process mining acquisition of its own.
After moving its SAP systems to the Azure cloud in 2021, Microsoft is putting SAP in charge of its migration to S/4HANA through RISE.
At its annual customer conference, Nvidia is showing off new ways to model and predict the behavior of clouds and more, in the cloud and elsewhere.
Fujitsu will stop making mainframes in the next nine years — but it, and mainframe rival IBM, are taking steps to give mainframe applications an afterlife in the cloud.