We called it Destination: Digital and as some 2,000 delegates converged for this year’s TIBCO NOW conference, where the MGM Grand in Las Vegas was undoubtedly the place for the latest insights on the innovation informing and accelerating the digital journey, and all of its many facets.
The first full day of TIBCO NOW was packed with an enthralling talk from Ray Kurzweil, informative keynotes, enlightening customer presentations, exciting announcements, educational breakout sessions, and fun! What part of today’s agenda are you most looking forward to?
TIBCO NOW 2016 is off to a booming start! Our better-than-ever conference began yesterday, serving as a launch pad for organizations on the journey toward digital business transformation, bringing together thought leaders, customers, partners, and industry executives to collaborate on ways to evolve at the speed of innovation and… Read More →
This year’s TIBCO NOW is totally revamped. We kept what makes it the best place for training, learning about the latest industry trends, best practices, and TIBCO products, and added great features like the 92,000 square foot Digital Hub, more than 100 breakout sessions, and out-of-this-world (literally) keynote speakers. It… Read More →
To call this a fascinating moment in history underserves what’s happening around us. The world has passed through several levels of industrialization, each remaking life as we know it, from steam to electricity and automation to today, where cyber-physical systems are rising very quickly. The World Economic Forum calls this… Read More →
We’ve all heard, read and talked about what Gartner refers to as the “digitalization” of business, where enterprises seek to adapt not just their IT, but also their business models and processes, to suit a world increasingly doing business online. It’s been a hot topic for some time and is… Read More →
Charles Darwin would have admired IT evolution. When some lines of business couldn’t get their needs met fast enough by IT and on-premise software, SaaS (software as a service) evolved and was quickly adopted. Corporate IT had to evolve to survive, and it did. Some IT organizations started to embrace… Read More →
When many people think of digital business as being new and different, they think of a new deployment option, the cloud, a new integration standard, APIs, a different delivery timeframe, weeks not months, and new business models and the promise of the API economy.
Most of us have had this moment by now: you see some part of your company delivered on a mobile phone, a connected device, a Web portal, or app. It’s a new business like Apple Pay, PayPal, eBay, Amazon, Uber, or fitbit. It’s often delivered as an API, or application… Read More →