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Past articles by Ron:

As Databricks stacks more capital, a competitive AI market heats up

Databricks announced a $500 million funding round this morning, signaling it was putting more cash to work in the growing AI market. → Read More

Salesforce introduces Einstein Copilot Studio to help customers customize their AI

Today at the Dreamforce customer conference in San Francisco, Salesforce announced Einstein Copilot Studio, a tool that lets customers customize the Salesforce base Einstein GPT and Einstein Copilot offerings. Einstein Copilot Studio consists of three elements: prompt builder, skills builder and model builder, according to Clara Shih, CEO of Salesforce AI. “The first piece is […] → Read More

Salesforce embeds conversational AI across the platform with Einstein Copilot

Salesforce introduced Einstein Copilot today, a conversational bot, available on demand across the Salesforce platform. → Read More

SAP nabs German startup LeanIX to help companies modernize faster

SAP announced today that it is acquiring German startup LeanIX, a software service which helps companies map out their architecture. → Read More

Nova is building guardrails for generative AI content to protect brand integrity

As companies increasingly use generative AI to create marketing content, they need tools to check for brand integrity. Nova is providing them. → Read More

Hackajob matches technical talent with companies looking to hire

It's not easy finding qualified technical job candidates, and Hackajob has created a two-sided marketplace to help. → Read More

This could be AI’s light bulb moment

ChatGPT puts the power of AI into ordinary people's, making it possible that this could be the tech's light bulb moment. → Read More

Mixpanel moves into marketing data with its latest product

Mixpanel, which has traditionally provided product data for product teams now offering marketing analytics tool. → Read More

Box is partnering with OpenAI to bring generative AI tools across the platform

Box is the latest enterprise software company to bring generative AI to its platform with content creation and ask-a-question capabilities. → Read More

In spite of recent a downward trend, the future remains bright for cloud

It would be easy to think the best days of the public cloud are over, but the data suggests otherwise, and there's lots of room for growth. → Read More

Cloud infrastructure revenue growth dips to 19% in Q1, but still hits $63B for quarter

As expected, cloud growth slowed in Q2 to 19%, but still managed to reach $63 billion, up $10 billion from the prior year. → Read More

Pinecone drops $100M investment on $750M valuation, as vector database demand grows

In a time of tight capital, Pinecone, a vector database startup has defied the convention and raised $100M Series B. → Read More

Don’t go it alone: Incubators and accelerators help build lifelong relationships

Launching a startup is a solitary activity, but it doesn't have to be. Joining an incubator can help you connect with like-minded people. → Read More

Operant is changing the way you secure cloud native applications

Operant is emerging from stealth today at RSAC to help companies secure cloud native applications from development to runtime. → Read More

AirOps is helping companies build AI-enabled applications on top of LLMs

AirOps, an early stage startup, is looking to help companies build business applications on top of large language models. → Read More

Google Cloud turns profit for the first time

While Google Cloud revenue grew 27.5% this quarter, that growth is slowing from 32% last quarter and 38% the one before that. → Read More

Two is bringing a consumer-like experience to B2B payments

Two, an Oslo, Norway startup, wants to bring the ease of consumer online buying to B2B purchases and net payments. → Read More

AWS takes a hit in latest round of Amazon layoffs

When Amazon announced 9,000 additional layoffs this morning, perhaps it wasn't surprising that AWS was included as growth slows. → Read More

Is generative AI really ready for the enterprise?

While ChatGPT has taken the world by storm since it was released, there are some serious questions about its use in the enterprise. → Read More

The long goodbye at Salesforce continues with more layoffs reported today

In another cruel twist, some Salesforce employees learned today they were part of the ongoing layoffs at the company. → Read More