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AOC has backed a progressive, anti-establishment public defender for DA of Queens

Tiffany Cabán is a 31 year old, Democratic Socialist, queer, Latinx public defender in New York City, who is running a grassroots campaign for the District Attorney's office in Queens; she's secured backing from the Democratic Socialists of America and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. The DA's office is a safe seat for Democrats, meaning whomever wins the Democratic nomination is virtually guaranteed a victory in the election (this is also the case with the Congressional seat that AOC won in a pri...
Tags: Post, Elections, New York, News, Law, New York City, America, Queens, De Blasio, Idc, Carceral State, Crowley, Cynthia Nixon, State, Aoc, Congressional


Nutanix Expands MultiCloud Solution Portfolio | @DevOpsSUMMIT @Nutanix #Nutanix #HybridCloud #AI #AIOps #Cloud #Serverless #DevOps

According to the IDC InfoBrief, Sponsored by Nutanix, “Surviving and Thriving in a Multi-cloud World,” multicloud deployments are now the norm for enterprise organizations – less than 30% of customers report using single cloud environments. Most customers leverage different cloud platforms across multiple service providers. The interoperability of data and applications between these varied cloud environments is growing in importance and yet access to hybrid cloud capabilities where a single appl...
Tags: Software, Idc, Nutanix


Research details Android growth in the enterprise

Mobility is key to building a connected workforce that can tackle today’s complex business challenges. According to recently-published IDC research, mobile platforms need to offer hardware choice, multi-layered security, and comprehensive management capabilities to enable digital transformation.This infographic from IDC illustrates how Android meets these attributes, and demonstrates why Android has strong and growing adoption in the enterprise. Security incidents are less frequent in Andr...
Tags: Idc, Android enterprise, Android Enterprise Recommended


IDC: Asia-Pacific spending on AI systems will reach $5.5 billion this year, up 80 percent from 2018

Spending on artificial intelligence systems in the Asia-Pacific region is expected to reach $5.5 billion this year, an almost 80 percent increase over 2018, driven by businesses in China and the retail industry, according to IDC. In a new report, the research firm also said it expects AI spending to climb at a compound annual growth rate of 50 percent from 2018 to 2022, reaching a total of $15.06 billion in 2022. This means AI spending growth in the Asia-Pacific region is expected to outpace the...
Tags: TC, Asia, Japan, Enterprise, China, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Asia Pacific, Retail, Idc, Cagr, Asia Pacific region, Industries


The CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise explains how its $1.3 billion acquisition of Cray fits into the master plan — and why it could give it a boost with government customers (HPE, CRAY, AMZN, MSFT)

Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Antonio Neri told Business Insider that the $1.3 billion deal to buy legendary supercomputer manufacturer Cray will boost HPE's strategy in the corporate tech market. He said the acquisition would also enhance HPE's position in the government market, where it has often lost to Cray. Analysts say Cray would give HPE access to more intellectual property that could lead to a stronger market position. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories Hewlett-Pac...
Tags: Amazon, Microsoft, Trends, Silicon Valley, Amd, Seattle, Hewlett Packard, Department Of Energy, Amazon Web Services, Idc, Business Insider, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Wang, Cray, Hewlett Packard Enterprises, Ray Wang


Alibaba returns to growth with revenue up 51% to $13.9 billion

It’s business as usual for Alibaba after the Chinese e-commerce giant bounced back from a lackluster Q3 — which saw its slowest growth for three years. For Q4, the company saw revenue surge 51 percent year-on-year to reach 93.5 billion RMB, or $13.9 billion. That revenue beat analyst expectations of 91.5 billion RMB, according to Barons, and net income came in at 23.38 billion RMB, or $3.48 billion. Alibaba positions itself as the gateway to Chinese consumers, and it continues to grow. The compa...
Tags: Startups, Asia, China, Southeast Asia, Digital, E-commerce, Ceo, Economy, Alibaba, Tencent, Alipay, Alibaba Group, AliExpress, Idc, Online Marketplaces, Taobao


Trump's Huawei ban could spark a tit-for-tat fight with Beijing that puts Apple in the middle of the crossfire (AAPL, NVDA, INTC, AMD, QCOM)

The US ban on Chinese tech giant Huawei could trigger a major retaliation by Beijing. Analysts say China could hit back at US tech giants doing business in the Asian nation, with Apple especially at risk. One analyst believes the reaction could be so severe that the effect on some US tech companies could be 'disastrous.' Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories A ban on Chinese tech giant Huawei by the Trump Administration could spark a tit-for-tat with Beijing that would turn th...
Tags: Apple, Japan, China, US, Trends, Intel, Beijing, Huawei, Idc, Trump, Wedbush, Ives, US Commerce Department, Trump Administration, Bajarin, Stacy Rasgon


Huawei is about to unveil an AI-powered rival to Oracle databases that an analyst calls the ‘first salvo in US-Chinese database wars’ (ORCL, MSFT, IBM)

Huawei on Wednesday will introduce a new AI-powered database system powered by ARM chips. An analyst called the move "the first salvo in the US-Chinese database wars." Huawei is at the center of an international drama – the rollout comes two days after Huawei's embattled CFO sent a defiant letter thanking employees for their support as she fights extradition to the US.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. As Huawei finds itself at the center of an international drama, the Chi...
Tags: Apple, Asia, Microsoft, US, Trends, Cisco, Iran, Intel, Earth, Canada, Ibm, Thanos, Huawei, Idc, US China, Ray Wang


India’s smartphone market grew 7.1% YoY in Q1 2019 despite fall in global sales; Xiaomi retained top spot

India’s smartphone market saw 32.1 million units shipped in Q1 2019, registering 7.1% year-on-year (YoY) growth, a report by the International Data Corporation said on Monday. This was despite the global market falling 6% YoY over the same period. The report said despite the government’s new... ...
Tags: Travel, Mobile, News, India, Xiaomi, Idc, Handsets, International Data Corporation, Research & Numbers, Indian smartphone shipments


Intel’s new CEO used to be CFO, and analysts worry he may not have the technical chops to lead the company through the stormy waters ahead: ‘Intel needs a strong technical leader’ (INTC)

Intel's new CEO Bob Swan used to be its CFO, which has sparked a debate among analysts who wonder if he's the right person to lead the chip giant. Intel has been led mostly by engineers, and some analysts argue the Silicon Valley icon needs a technologist at the helm. Other analysts disagree, saying Swan's background is not an issue for a company with a 'deep bench' on the tech front. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Intel's bumpy first quarter under new CEO Bob Swan has s...
Tags: Trends, Intel, Silicon Valley, Donald Trump, Idc, Business Insider, Raja Koduri, Wolf, Brian Krzanich, Wedbush, Moorhead, Patrick Moorhead, Krzanich, Swan, Bernstein Research, Craig Barrett


VR Headset Owners Only Use Their Devices 6 Hours a Month on Average (Study)

The typical virtual reality (VR) headset owner spends only about 6 hours a month using their device, according to a new IDC Report. One of the top use cases for VR continues to be gaming, with 72% of respondents polled by IDC saying they played a VR game in the past 3 months. IDC’s new […]
Tags: News, Virtual Reality, Idc


Aid sector action to tackle abuse 'completely unsatisfactory', say MPs

International development committee evidence session on fighting sexual misconduct finds little has changed Private aid companies and charities will be asked to reappear before MPs, after evidence given on tackling sexual abuse was condemned as “completely unsatisfactory”.Stephen Twigg, chair of the international development committee (IDC), said he intended to invite representatives of both groups back. Continue reading...
Tags: Society, World news, Charities, Voluntary sector, Global development, Sexual Harassment, Private sector, Idc, Stephen Twigg, Department for International Development (DfID


Google’s cloud boss once helped Oracle battle SAP. Now, he’s wooing SAP customers to Google. (GOOG, SAP, ORCL, MSFT)

Google says it has been succesful in wooing SAP customers to Google Cloud, strengthening its existing partnership with the enterprise software giant. That's good news for new Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian, formerly of Oracle, the bitter SAP rival. Analysts say Kurian appears to be shaping Google Cloud into a stronger player in a competitive business. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories Google says it's wooing more SAP clients to Google Cloud, which is good news for the compan...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Trends, Oracle, Sap, Amazon Web Services, Idc, Diane Greene, Thomas, Wedbush, Rob Enderle, Ray Wang, Enderle Group, Google Cloud, Steve Koenig, Kurian


I swapped out my $1,449 iPhone for Google's new $479 Pixel phone, and it proved that phones don't have to be so expensive (GOOG, AAPL)

Google's Pixel 3a is a less expensive version of Google's Pixel 3 smartphone. It costs $399 while the larger model starts at $479. I switched to the $479 Google Pixel 3a XL from Apple's most expensive iPhone, and found that it on important characteristics like battery life and camera performance. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.  When Apple debuted theiPhone X in 2017, it set a few new precedents. Yes, it introduced technologies like facial recognition to the masses, but it...
Tags: Apple, Google, Samsung, Trends, Htc, Lg, Google Maps, Idc, Pixel, Max, Google Pixel, International Data Corporation IDC Now Google


Google's Pixel chief explains what's next for the company's smartphone line as the industry grapples with plummeting sales (GOOG, GOOGL)

Mario Queiroz, the head of Google's Pixel division, says bringing premium features to cheaper smartphones is part of the company's strategy moving forward. Queiroz also said he believes that innovation at the high end of the market will come in the form of ambient computing, or the development of new features that use existing hardware to make phones more intelligent. Queiroz said Google is also thinking about foldable phones, although he thinks the use case for foldable smartphones hasn't bee...
Tags: Apple, Google, Motorola, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Samsung, Trends, Netflix, Huawei, Palm, Idc, Pixel, Apple Samsung, Apple Google, MÁRIO QUEIROZ, Queiroz


IBM scored a key cloud deal that gives it more credibility in a market that CEO Ginni Rometty believes will be worth $1 trillion (IBM, VOD)

IBM says it has signed a five-year, multi-million cloud, AI deal with Vodafone Idea, one of India's biggest telecom operators. The agreement gives Big Blue a chance to highlight its AI and cloud capabilities, which is important because it's widely seen to be lagging far behind the market-leading Amazon Web Services.  The deal also helps IBM stake its claim in hybrid cloud computing, a market that IBM CEO Ginni Rometty believes will be worth $1 trillion — and that she believes IBM is poised to ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Microsoft, India, Trends, Vodafone, Telco, Ibm, Watson, Salesforce, Oracle, Amazon Web Services, Idc, Big Blue, Steve Canepa, Michael Brook


The Critical Role of Artificial Intelligence in Payments Tech

Long an obsession of science fiction writers, "artificial intelligence" in the modern era of fast-paced technological innovation is a term that is as ubiquitous as it is nebulous. For the payments technology industry, however, the term describes advanced analytical technology that has an outsized potential to improve the payments ecosystem for banks, payments processors, merchants and consumers. In fact, financial services companies will spend $11 billion on AI in 2020, according to an anal...
Tags: Ecommerce, Idc


The smartphone market is in decline, and nothing is coming to save it (AAPL, GOOG, GOOGL)

The smartphone market is showing signs of stagnation, with Apple, Samsung, and Google all reporting this week that it's harder to sell a premium smartphone than it used to be.  This is for several related reasons: higher costs for incremental improvements, people keeping their current phones or buying cheaper models. Apple is fighting this smartphone slowdown by focusing on services like Apple Pay or the Apple TV Plus streaming service, where it can make more money per users. Samsung is betti...
Tags: Apple, Google, Motorola, Microsoft, Samsung, Trends, Silicon Valley, Ar, Magic Leap, HoloLens, Sundar Pichai, Idc, Apple Samsung, Samsung Huawei, Maverick Capital, Apple Card


Huawei, the Chinese tech giant embroiled in controversy, just overtook Apple to become the second largest smartphone maker (AAPL)

Huawei has surpassed Apple to become the number two smartphone vendor worldwide, according to new report. Huawei is thriving as global smartphone sales are continuing to decline worldwide. The company's success comes as it combats accusations of espionage among other controversies.   Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Chinese electronics giant Huawei has surpassed Apple to become the number two smartphone vendor worldwide, according to statistics from the International Data C...
Tags: Apple, Google, China, Disney, Samsung, Trends, Barcelona, Netflix, United States, Vancouver, Lg, Huawei, Mobile World Congress, Idc, Aapl, Meeker


Huawei Overtakes Apple to Become Second Biggest Smartphone Maker

The networking giant, shrugging off a barrage of accusations that it aids Chinese espionage (which it’s repeatedly denied), grew shipments 50 percent from a year earlier, research firm IDC estimates. Huawei’s been steadily gaining on Apple and Samsung Electronics Co. with an increasingly high-end line-up of devices, particularly in its home market of China. Samsung also enjoyed a spike compared with the fourth quarter thanks to the launch of the marquee S10 range in February.
Tags: Apple, News, Huawei, Idc, Samsung Electronics Co, China Samsung, Huawei Overtakes Apple


Microsoft is partnering with JPMorgan Chase on its blockchain product (MSFT)

Microsoft said it has formed a blockchain partnership with JPMorgan Chase. Microsoft Azure will make a JPMorgan platform available on its blockchain service. The partnership would make it easier for JPMorgan customers to create new blockchain applications. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories Microsoft is teaming up with JPMorgan Chase to help boost the financial services giant's blockchain platform, the companies said Thursday. Microsoft's cloud computing platform, Azure, ...
Tags: Microsoft, Trends, Jp Morgan, Starbucks, Blockchain, Idc, Louis Vuitton, Jpmorgan, JPMorgan Chase, Mark Russinovich, Scott Guthrie, Matt Weinberger, Russinovich, Crawford Del Prete, JPMorgan Chase Microsoft, Business Insider JPMorgan


I’ve spent nearly my entire career working on Wall Street and I’ve realized one of the most commonly used refrains is totally wrong

Junta Nakai has spent his career on Wall Street and in financial technology.  In this op-ed, Nakai argues that the common refrain that "data is the new oil" is inaccurate.  While data has potential to drive revenue growth and cut costs, most companies don't have the expertise to get real value from it, he says.  "Data is the oil of the 21st century" is commonly quoted in corporate America today. These eight words embody the excitement and promise that data has the power to redefine comm...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Wall Street, Americas, America, Trends, Opec, Netflix, Asia Pacific, Goldman Sachs, Financial Services, Jamie Dimon, Idc, Saudi Aramco, Moore


Here’s what a Martian sunset looks like

NASA's InSight lander has been sitting safely on Mars for a number of months now after landing back in late 2018, and it's already making a name for itself with a number of interesting discoveries. Most recently, the robotic lander detected what scientists believe may be the first recorded "marsquake" ever, but the bot's talents go beyond its sensitive ears.Along with its suite of vibration-sensing equipment and digging tools the InSight is equipped with a high-resolution lens that N...
Tags: Science, Nasa, Mars, Idc


Oracle CEO Mark Hurd says that consolidation is coming as 'underfunded' cloud software companies get bought up: 'Many of the companies will go away' (ORCL)

Oracle CEO Mark Hurd says smaller "underfunded" players in the software-as-a-service market will "go away" amid a trend of consolidation in the industry.  Some analysts agreed with Hurd's view, saying the SaaS market will go through a period of consolidation. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Oracle CEO Mark Hurd on Wednesday said the tech giant has a "long list of underfunded competitors" in the software-as-a-service market that he predicted "will go away" in a couple of y...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Trends, Fbi, Silicon Valley, Oracle, Sap, Idc, Trump, Hurd, ORCL, Ray Wang, Mark Hurd, Sarah Sanders, Tim Bajarin, Amazon Web Services Oracle


Intel's data center business was supposed to spark new growth. But the chip giant hit some unexpected bumps on the road. (INTC, QCOM, AMD, GOOG, FB, ARMH, AMZN)

Intel's disappointing first-quarter report last week featured weaker-than-expected results in the data center business. The chip giant said it was hurt by "a more cautious IT spending environment." Some analysts point to unexpected soft demand in the cloud data center market, which remains uncertain. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Intel's data center business was expected to propel the chip giant to a new era of growth. But in light of the Silicon Valley company's first-...
Tags: China, Trends, Intel, Warren Buffett, Silicon Valley, Qualcomm, ARM, Idc, Kay, Wang, Moorhead, Patrick Moorhead, Moor Insights Strategy, Swan, Google Amazon Facebook, Bernstein Research


Worldwide smartphone shipments decline 6.6% YoY in Q1 2019, HUAWEI posts 50.3% growth, Apple shipments down 30.2%: IDC

As the companies have posted their earnings, International Data Corporation (IDC) has announced that smartphone vendors have shipped 310.8 million units in Q1 2019, down 6.6% compared to the same quarter last year, and this also marks sixth consecutive quarter of decline. Samsung still retains the top spot with 71.9 million shipments, but it is down 8.1% from 78.2 million in Q1 2018. HUAWEI has posted 50.3% growth and climbs to the second spot with 59.1 million shipments, while Apple has be...
Tags: Apple, News, China, India, Samsung, Blogging, Huawei, Idc, Vivo, Handsets, International Data Corporation IDC, YoY Xiaomi, Worldwide smartphone shipments, Worldwide smartphone shipments Q1 2019, YoY Vivo


Sharing what’s new and coming next with Android Enterprise

We’ve built Android to help power the connected workforce of the future. With a growing lineup of Android Enterprise Recommended devices and services, leadership in mobile security and flexible platform tools, Android gives organizations plenty of options. At Google Cloud Next ’19, we shared more about how Android can benefit your organization, and offered a preview of some of the features we’re working on for Android Q.If you weren’t able to attend the event, or would just like a refresher on a...
Tags: Google, Idc, Android enterprise, Android Enterprise Recommended, Android Q


How IoT figures into Samsung's $116 billion chip play

This is an excerpt from a story delivered exclusively to Business Insider Intelligence IoT Briefing subscribers. To receive the full story plus other insights each morning, click here. South Korean technology and electronics giant Samsung detailed plans to spend around $116 billion through 2030 to ramp up its role in the semiconductor space,  reports  Bloomberg. The company is already the market leader in memory chips, which are a necessary supporting component for any computing ...
Tags: Apple, Samsung, Trends, Bloomberg, Intel, TSMC, Qualcomm, Idc, Harman, Business Insider Intelligence


New research shows how Android helps companies build a digital workforce

IDC reports that by 2022, 75 percent of CIOs who don’t transition their organization to flexible IT product teams that use technology to solve problems in new ways will fall behind the competition. According to IDC, mobility is the key to building a connected workforce that’s agile, particularly when the organization is going through rapid change.  In new research sponsored by Google, IDC asserts that teams can thrive with platforms that feature a diversity of hardware, offer strong security, an...
Tags: Idc, Android enterprise, Google IDC, Phil Hochmuth, IDC Mobility


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