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.
AWS evolved into one of the biggest businesses enterprise tech has ever seen by taking the Home Depot approach; it offers everything companies need to build digital experiences around their businesses, but it's up to you to find it and put it together. However, the market has shifted.
Tom Eggemeier believes that a key product-strategy decision Zendesk made long before most of us had heard the term "generative AI" could spark a rebound in the company's fortunes.
Rowan Trollope started work as the new CEO of Redis earlier this year in February, arguably a low point for enterprise tech growth. Redis hasn't been immune to those trends, but it has also enjoyed the spoils of the generative AI hype cycle.
Cloud computing sparked an explosion of entrepreneurship in enterprise software, but 15 years later, the situation has gotten out of hand, according to Asana CIO Saket Srivastava.
The only thing that hasn't changed about data in the nearly two decades that Vikas Ranjan has been shaping T-Mobile's data strategy is its strategic importance to the company.
Smita Hashim's new job as Zoom's chief product officer is to help it become a broader player in enterprise software. In her view, this new era of hybrid work is opening up new product possibilities built for teams with a mixture of employees in the office and at remote locations.