Today we're focusing on metrics and business environments that apply to most SaaS companies — not the unicorn outliers.
Companies employing subscription licensing have grown between three and four times faster than the S&P 500 over the past 12 years.
We will deliver quick hits of the biggest news from AWS re:Invent as they are announced.
Remember a year ago, all the way back to last November before we knew about ChatGPT, when machine learning was all about building models to solve for a single task like loan approvals or fraud protect
"This might be the first time where people looked and said that Amazon isn't in the pole position to capitalize on this massive opportunity."
The benefits of a well-run marketplace are numerous: a far more valuable user experience for your customers, a differentiated product and new revenue streams.
Stensul added dozens of new features and functionalities. Most notable is Landing Page, which gives customers a no-code, drag-and-drop way to build integrated landing pages.
New data from Salesforce, Zuora, Okta, Nutanix and Snowflake makes it plain that several tech sectors are doing better than a lot of people expected.
By tradition, Amazon CTO Werner Vogels caps off the AWS re:Invent conference with his last-day keynote. A more recent tradition is that he also uses that day to publish his predictions for the coming
When consumers switched to home deliveries and “digitized” their lifestyles during the pandemic, it led to a surge in e-commerce sales and thus, also, in the need for warehousing and shipping. But
Businesses will never not (forgive the double negative) push to improve efficiency. It’s their commercial imperative. Sometimes, that takes the form of budget cuts. Other times, it’s more
There’s been a debate of sorts in AI circles about which database is more important in finding truthful information in generative AI applications: graph or vector databases. AWS decided to leave
Amazon’s launching (in preview) a privacy-preserving service that lets AWS customers deploy “lookalike” AI models trained for one-off company-company collaborations. Called Clean Roo
At its re:Invent conference today, Amazon’s AWS cloud arm announced the launch of SageMaker HyperPod, a new purpose-built service for training and fine-tuning large language models (LLMs). SageM
When companies merge, there’s almost always significant trepidation, so your first job must be to offer your stakeholders peace of mind.
Apple’s and Google’s move into smart augmented reality several years ago, creating ways for people to use their smartphone cameras to identify everyday objects to interact with them, put t
It’s only appropriate that, during AWS’ biggest week of the year, a cloud-based software-as-a-service startup closed a sizeable funding round. DuploCloud, which sells a set of tools to mak
The rise of generative AI opens up a massive new market for the large cloud providers, but it’s also a bit of a reset. Unlike the rise of containers, for example, generative AI is an entirely ne
Amazon is launching an AI-powered chatbot for AWS customers called Q. Unveiled during a keynote at Amazon’s AWS re:Invent conference in Las Vegas this morning, Q — starting at $20 per user
We are all talking about the business gains from using large language models, but there are lot of known issues with these models, and finding ways to constrain the answers that a model could give is