How all sides of a long-running product-strategy discussion inside AWS emerged at re:invent 2023, the fallout from ten days of chaos at OpenAI, and the latest funding rounds in enterprise tech.
In today's special edition: how OpenAI's board of directors changed the course of Microsoft's AI strategy, and what comes next.
Today: Why Microsoft is now an enterprise tech chip designer after years of hinting at such plans, AWS goes to K Street, and this week's enterprise moves.
Today: how the most powerful supercomputers in the world are evolving as AI workloads take center stage, Microsoft unveils a new approach to platform services, and the latest funding rounds in enterprise tech.
Today: We take a look back at the stories that generated the most interest from readers over our first six months, a worrying week for ransomware defenders, and the quote of the week.
Today: Redpoint's Scott Raney on enterprise spending, AI startups, and open-source software, GitHub launches an enterprise-friendly Copilot, and the latest enterprise moves.
It became clear in 2023 that the incredible growth in enterprise tech spending during the early years of the pandemic was a mirage, rather than a new baseline. Redpoint's Scott Raney isn't sure how quickly the good times will return.
Today: why OpenAI's new custom GPTs could be the low-code enterprise app development platform everyone was waiting for, Cloudflare releases an incident report on last week's extended outage, and the latest funding rounds in enterprise tech.
Today: the first release of a new enterprise Linux project has arrived, Okta shares more details about how hackers got into its customer-support system, and the quote of the week.
Today: Why Microsoft is doubling down on its security efforts, Snowflake ramps up its generative AI approach, and the latest moves in enterprise tech.
Today: how the Biden administration's AI executive order will affect enterprise tech, why CISOs are on the firing line with the SEC, and the latest funding rounds in enterprise tech.
Today: Oxide Computer's modern take on the data-center server is ready for its big test, why AWS is happy with flat growth, and the latest moves in enterprise tech.
The rise of the cloud was not just a transition from owning computers to renting them; it also ushered in enterprise computing resources that were scalable and flexible. Oxide Computer is a bet that enterprise tech wants to run the cloud model in its own data centers.
Today: why AWS is building an applications business with a specific focus, Microsoft and Google report cloud earnings, and the latest funding rounds in enterprise tech.