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Taking on the Tech Talent Crunch CompTIA Invites Denver Area Employers to Learn About New Recruiting and Training Strategies for IT Workers
Employers in the greater Denver area are invited to learn about new strategies and tactics for recruiting and retaining information technology (IT) workers, including cybersecurity pros, at a virtual program presented by CompTIA, the nonprofit association for the IT industry and workforce.
IGEL DISRUPT On Tour 2022 to Bring End User Computing Professionals Together Again, in 21 Cities Across North America and Europe
IGEL, provider of the managed endpoint operating system for secure access to any digital workspace, announced dates for its DISRUPT On Tour, 2022 End User Computing Forum. The latest installment of its renowned end user computing (EUC) event will kick off a 21-city roadshow in North America on May 5 in Boston and in Europe on May 3 in Zurich, Switzerland.
Accenture Acquires Ergo to Expand Data & AI Capabilities and Accelerate Data-Led Transformation on the Cloud
Accenture has acquired Ergo, a data-centered business located in Argentina that helps companies create a culture of data-driven decision-making using big data, analytics and artificial intelligence (AI). Ergo’s team of 200 data specialists will join the Data & AI team within Accenture Cloud First. Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
Five9 and Deloitte Canada Team Up to Deliver Cloud-Based Contact Center Solutions to the Canadian Market
Five9, Inc. a leading provider of the intelligent cloud contact center, announced an enhanced strategic agreement with Deloitte Canada, an independent firm under the Deloitte brand that provides a broad range of integrated services and world-class capabilities to public and private clients spanning multiple industries.
Oracle announced the availability of Oracle Exadata Cloud Infrastructure X9M, the latest generation of the most powerful Oracle Database platform in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). With Oracle Autonomous Database Service or Oracle Exadata Database Service running on Exadata Cloud Infrastructure X9M, customers can run existing workloads faster, with greater scale, and at a lower cost than previous generations. In addition, when upgrading from X8M to X9M, organizations can reduce costs by consolidating hundreds of OTLP, analytics, and mixed database workloads onto a single cloud service.