Category: Collaboration

The Futurum Group Industry Analyst, Michael Diamond looks at the Verizon Gizmo Watch 3, which is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 4100+ platform, designed to keep children safe.
The Futurum Group’s Ron Westfall examines why HPE needed to expand its alliance with Equinix to better capitalize on Equinix’s colocation ecosystem, which currently encompasses thousands of tenants including enterprises, hyperscalers, and CSPs. The HPE move fully aligns with swiftly-growing enterprise and cloud ecosystem demand for broader and more flexible multicloud interconnection, including customers who are opting to integrate their HPE GreenLake environments with their current Equinix deployments.
Six-Month Check-in With Internal CRM Tool Users Yields Positive Responses for Efficiency, Value
Keith Kirkpatrick, Research Director at The Futurum Group covers the internal usage of Microsoft Viva Sales, a generative AI-infused tool aimed at driving productivity gains among sales professionals, and discusses the curious lack of mobile support in an era of hybrid and remote work.
The Six Five team discusses the NVIDIA-Snowflake partnership.
Futurum industry analyst, Michael Diamond looks at the continued partnership between Qualcomm and Sony, using Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Mobile Platform for Sony’s premium and mid-tier devices.
Mark Beccue, Research Director at The Futurum Group examines ServiceNow and Cognizant’s new partnership to push AI innovation. The piece explores how the partnership is another sign of a larger collaboration trend in AI and the impact and drivers the partnership will represent for Cognizant and ServiceNow.
The Futurum Group’s Daniel Newman and Keith Kirkpatrick provide their insights and analysis on the new Avaya-Alvaria partnership, as their collaboration looks to bring deeper focus on proactive customer outreach and a deeper partnership overall that aims to leverage the unique capabilities and strengths of each organization.
In this episode of the Wainhouse Live! From the Show Floor, senior analyst Craig Durr is joined by Cisco’s Espen Loberg, and Microsoft’s Caroline Stanford to talk about the exciting new integration of Microsoft Teams with Cisco Collaboration devices.