This work from home economy is going to change the face of work. Security leaders and organizations are going to need to figure out how do you defend people when they are sitting at home working from their couch.
Julie Sweet, CEO of Accenture, discusses how the company is investing in helping businesses “replatform” in the cloud.
Box CEO Aaron Levie says tech companies have discovered that it’s more effective for them to sell remotely using all of the technologies they have developed rather than relying so much on physical meetings.
IBM has deployed a super intelligent face mask surveillance system for businesses (or government) to discreetly track face mask usage by employees, customers, and anyone who enters a building where their system is installed.
In the latest deal, Abnormal Security, Azure customers can purchase Abnormal Security directly via Microsoft co-sell and through the Azure Marketplace. Microsoft says that all purchases count towards enterprise Azure commitments.
Bob Swan, CEO of Intel, discusses the launch of their 10nm Tiger Lake CPU which provides a significant improvement in product performance.
COVID, while it’s hard and it’s been difficult, has really validated the importance of our technology, says Dexcom CEO Kevin Sayer.
Dashcams and in general taping rides, etc. is actually technology that we’re working on says Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi. I really would like to get something that balances safety and privacy, but it’s a lot of work to do so.
We have seen significant acceleration since the COVID-19 pandemic, says DocuSign CEO Dan Springer. A significant portion of that (increase) was due to increase use cases from customers driving that digital transformation faster with services like DocuSign.
You have got to have a subscription business model just like Netflix says Nutanix CEO Dheeraj Pandey. Just like Adobe and just like Microsoft. Customers subscribe and we stream innovation.