Kimberly-Clark’s professional business unit has announced the launch of a new Intelligent Restroom app that helps customer’s better monitor and manage restrooms remotely.
We’ve all heard of the business applications touted by big data advocates – data-driven purchasing decisions, enhanced market insights and actionable customer feedback.
AWS reported growth of 64% year-on-year growth to $2.6 billion for the quarter, becoming one of the few tech giants to have experienced a healthy Q1.
Oracle has announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Textura, provider of construction contracts and payment management cloud services.
New findings from Synergy Research highlight the cloud market is still dominated by AWS, Google, Microsoft and IBM, as the pack is seemingly struggling to gain ground in the race for market share.
Facebook has outlined its ambitions for artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities to enhance user experience.
A recent report from JP Morgan has stated Microsoft is considered the most important IT vendor globally, with AWS ranked in second place.
Salesforce has launched Government Cloud Lightning platform, a new offering to which enables US government agencies to connect with citizens and stakeholders anywhere and on any device.
Samsung has launched its Artik Cloud Platform, an open data exchange platform designed to connect any data set from any connected device or cloud service.