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Software AG takes Leader position in API Magic Quadrant
“As we move into the API economy, there are huge opportunities for new and innovative solutions.”
DataRobot to help partners bring AI within reach
DataRobot has announced a new partner programme that aims to help resellers make machine learning more accessible.
Gartner names the top trends impacting digital infrastructure and operations
“Although it’s potentially transformative, few vendors offer IBN and only about 50 large enterprises currently use IBN in production environments."
Forget gadgets: real technology innovation is in software architecture
The future of innovation doesn't lie in connected cars and talking robots, rather, the software linking them all together.
Everything you need to know about microservices in today's agile world
Microservices will continue to grow in popularity this year, as more companies realise significant business benefits.
Google Cloud TPU machine learning accelerators now available in beta
Google has open-sourced a set of reference high-performance Cloud TPU model implementations.
IDC Australia industry predictions for 2018
"The digitalisation phenomenon will continue to push DX as the top priority for IT executives."
Avolution ramps up digital business productivity with Abacus 5.2 release
“Our focus on making data access and integration quick and easy for Abacus users continues, with the addition of an enhanced REST API."
Hybrid intelligence: How to scale customer communications with bots
Hybrid intelligence is a “best of both worlds” approach and makes for an excellent way to deliver human-style communication at scale.
Google & Cisco partner with a strong vision for a hybrid cloud world
“We share a common vision of a hybrid cloud world that delivers the speed of innovation in an open and secure environment."
3 tips for building APIs so developers actually use them
Remember, experimentation is the prerequisite to innovation.
Dropbox announces new API suite, JIRA and Autodesk integrations
New collaboration and workflow APIs expand developer capabilities; new connections with Atlassian, Autodesk and Microsoft headline expanded portfolio.
Building a digital business platform starts with APIs - Gartner
APIs are the basis of every digital strategy.
Open banking - Australia, behind the eight ball, report says
Many understand that Open Banking is the new normal, but they are still unclear about how to proceed.
Avoiding pitfalls in IoT integration - Gartner
Benoit Lheureux outlines five steps for integration leaders to address some of the most common challenges in IoT integration.
APIs – the key to collaboration between fintech and traditional finance institutions
APIs provide the necessary security, governance, and scalability, while still allowing the rich enablement users require.
Cybercriminals use verified API token to generate Facebook spam comments
In exchange for more ‘likes’ and comments on their own timelines, users are enticed to provide the app’s access token to a third-party website
Megaport, Oracle and a new cloud collaboration project
"Customers require seamless connectivity from their data centers and networks to Oracle Cloud for their most demanding workloads and applications.”
Kiwi finalists gear up for Visa's 'The Everywhere Initiative' contest
Four innovative Kiwi startups are amongst the finalists in Visa's 'The Everywhere Initiative', with a $70,000 prize up for grabs.
Visa seeks tech startups for its $70,000 Everywhere Initiative
Visa is encouraging startups across New Zealand & Australia to step forward and apply for the Everywhere Initiative, to pave the way for payment tech.
Manage your APIs with Mashery - TIBCO's latest platform
"Mashery Enterprise brings these capabilities together to provide a single, modern API platform."
Australia lagging behind in API implementation
“Let’s be clear; it’s not the understanding of APIs that’s lagging in Australia, it’s the execution."
Digital assistants: The future of the connected home
Fast forward three years from now and at least 25 percent of households in developed economies will have digital assistants.
IDC recognises top IoT innovators for 2016
"Enterprises today are paying increasing attention to the Internet of Things as a strategic element to drive growth in the future."