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Microsoft is taking advantage of a controversy created by Google last month to push its own new competing open source cloud technology. Last month, Google ticked off IBM and many others in the open source community over a popular open source project known as Istio.  Developers had been looking forward to the project being turned over to a vendor-independent organization run by the Linux Foundation.  Instead, Google created an odd new entity and turned the project over to that org. So on Wednesday, Microsoft announced its own new competitor to Istio and said it has already asked the Linux-run org to take control of it.   Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The controversy Google kicked up last month — where it angered IBM and others in the open source community over its handling of a popular open source project called Istio — was apparently too juicy for Microsoft to resist.  To briefly recap the controversy: In 2017 when Istio was a young project, Google promised to transfer responsibility for it to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, an independent organization run by the Linux Foundation. But in June, it created an unusual new organization and transferred the project to that entity instead, angering many in the open source community. On Wednesday, Microsoft waded in by offering its own competitor to Istio called Open Service Mesh. Microsoft also promised to do what Google refused to do: Turn the project over to CNCF.  "We believe an open source, openly governed, standards-compliant service mesh is important for the community," the company told Business Insider in a statement.  Free software is lucrative for cloud providers Open source projects are the communal property of the tech world, software anyone can use for free or modify. As they grow popular dozens of major companies and thousands of programmers may contribute to them. They still need leadership: Someone has to decide which contributions get included in the main project and which do not. And, although the software is free, as they become popular they gain tremendous commercial value. In the cloud world, cloud providers will offer these open-source software projects as services that their customers pay fees to use. Organizations like the CNCF exist to ensure no one vendor has undue control over important open-source projects — so they can't manipulate them to benefit their commercial interests at the expense of others. Google itself helped establish CNCF a few years ago for another popular cloud open source cloud technology it created called Kubernetes. Open sourcing its technology puts Google between a rock and a hard place. It is hoping to rise to the top of the cloud wars by creating new cloud tools. However, it's watched as two of its most popular projects — Kubernetes and Tensorflow — become popular, key services on competitors' clouds, particularly on Amazon Web Services. Then, last month, after Istio had grown in popularity to the point where big names in the industry had contributed to it, including IBM/Red Hat, Cisco and others, Google did something unexpected. It created an odd new organization, one dedicated just to dealing with open-source project trademarks (controlling the use of a brand name or logo), and not handling the total management of the project. It then transferred Istio (and a couple of its other projects) to that new organization.  Some people praised the new organization. Others said Google's move reflected badly on the Linux Foundation, which they accused of becoming a political landmine where vendors with the deepest pockets can buy influence. "New leadership at Google and Google Cloud are having second thoughts about turning over the fruits of their work to foundations that they eventually lose control over," wrote developer Alan Shimel on DevOps.com. But, as we previously reported, many others were angry at Google, pointing out that the the Linux Foundation — as well as other established open source foundations — are already equipped to handle trademarks and logo use. Major Istio contributor IBM wrote a public blog post condemning Google's move, as did a famous programmer who now works for Oracle's cloud. What Istio is and why Microsoft's move matters  Istio is a "mesh service," which is software tool that helps developers run "microservices." Microservices give developers a way to build cloud apps in tiny modular pieces, rather than in one big block of code. A "mesh service" then connects microservices together so they can function as one app. Even before Microsoft jumped in, there were other competitors to Istio. But Istio was holding a golden spot thanks to the big names using and working on it — assured to do so, in part, by the assumption it would one day go to the CNCF. Thanks to Google's decision, some of those big names are now jumping ship. When a top member of CNCF spoke out against Google's decision, he implied that the Linux Foundation would throw its considerable weight behind a competing project. Enter Microsoft, and Open Mesh Service, stage left. Gabe Monroy, a Microsoft partner program manager — and a CNCF board member — told TechCrunch that Open Mesh Service is gunning to be dethrone Istio by being easier to use, and that Microsoft is also "not interested" in contributing to Istio, deflating Google's project even more. (Microsoft isn't and never has been an official contributor to the Istio project.) "The truth is that customers are not having a great time with Istio in the wild today," Monroy told TechCrunch. "I think even folks who are deep in that community will acknowledge that and that's really the reason why we're not interested in contributing to that ecosystem at the moment." 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 Summary - A new market study, titled Global Energy Management Software  Bank, Trends and Opportunities 2020 - 2026 “ has been featured on WiseGuyReports.The global Energy Management Software market size is estimated at xxx million USD with a CAGR xx% from 2015-2019 and is expected to reach xxx Million USD in 2020 with a CAGR xx% from 2020 to 2025.The report begins from overview of Industry Chain structure, and describes industry environment, then analyses market size and forecast of Energy Management Software by product, region and application, in addition, this report introduces market competition situation among the vendors and company profile, besides, market price analysis and value chain features are covered in this report.): Web-Based Energy Management Software Cloud-based Energy Management Software Installed Energy Management Software Company Coverage (Company Profile, Sales Revenue, Price, Gross Margin, Main Products etc.): EnergyCAP Energy Lens GridPoint eSight Energy Dude Solutions Assetworks Epicor FirstCarbon Solutions AspenTech Socomec Schneider ElectricALSO READ: https://www.whatech.com/market-research/energy/661006-energy-management-software-market-2020-overview-trend-and-forecast-to-2025 Delta Controls Crestron Emerson DEXCell SystemsLink Application Coverage (Market Size & Forecast, Different Demand Market by Region, Main Consumer Profile etc.): Power Industry Construction Others Region Coverage (Regional Production, Demand & Forecast by Countries etc.
Rackspace Technology went public on Wednesday, and its stock fell nearly 22% over the course of the day. Rackspace, founded in 1998, was actually already a public company until taken private in a $4.3 billion equity deal in 2016. It started as a competitor to Amazon Web Services, until pivoting to helping customers make better use of their AWS infrastructure. Now, Rackspace works with Amazon, Microsoft, and Google, and helps customers with using multiple clouds. Rackspace CEO Kevin Jones says this is a major opportunity because cloud demand is growing during the coronavirus pandemic. "I'm not worried about the stock price today. We're really focused on the long run," Jones said. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Shares in Rackspace Technology fell just shy of 22% on Wednesday, its first day of trading on its second time out as a public company. But Rackspace CEO Kevin Jones says that regardless of what happened on Wall Street, the company has a major opportunity ahead of it as cloud demand only skyrockets during the coronavirus pandemic. Rackspace began its existence in 1998 as a traditional web hosting company, eventually growing into one of the first direct competitors against Amazon Web Services, the retailer's cloud computing platform. It didn't take long for AWS to come to dominate the market, however, at the expense of Rackspace's business. Rackspace ultimately pivoted away from directly competing with AWS and towards providing services to help customers make the most of it. Ultimately, amid plenty of competitive pressure, Rackspace was taken private in a $4.3 billion deal led by private equity firm Apollo Global Management. Fast forward to this year, and Rackspace filed for an IPO last month ahead of Wednesday's second debut on the markets. What's different this time, Jones says, is that Rackspace isn't going to even try to compete with leading clouds AWS, Microsoft Azure, or Google Cloud. Instead, it partners with them, with a little help from friends like VMware. Rackspace's biggest focus is now helping customers take advantages from all three of the major mega-cloud vendors. "We're just excited to reach this milestone, excited to be in public markets," Jones told Business Insider. "Today is day 1. We're not focused on today's stock price, and focused on the resting value over the long term. We're focused on multi-cloud. We're right in the middle of a tectonic shift. I'm not worried about the stock price today. We're really focused on the long run." The right time to go public The company's IPO plans were delayed, thanks to the onset of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic in the United States. Still, Jones says, the current situation hasn't created a negative impact at Rackspace — quite the opposite, he says, as demand is up, and so is the productivity of employees now working from home. These dynamics made this a good time to go public, Jones suggests. "We had a lot of momentum before the pandemic and we saw sales accelerate during it," Jones said. "It gave us more confidence in the resilience of the business. We decided this would be the right time. Now as we look into the future, we're off to a great start. We see lots of opportunity." Still, Rackspace may have some work to do to convince investors of that opportunity: As TechCrunch's Alex Wilhelm noted when the company first filed for this second IPO, while Rackspace generates significant revenue, its SEC filings also show that it holds a lot of debt and shows uneven growth rates. Rackspace's plans as a public company Now that Rackspace has gone public, it plans to focus on continued revenue growth, global expansion, and helping companies work with multiple clouds and artificial intelligence, Jones said.  What's more, Jones says that Rackspace has benefitted from the growth seen by AWS and Microsoft, both partners to the company. As more customers turn to Amazon or Microsoft for their own clouds, that just means more demand for Rackspace's services.  "The market was already in the middle of a tectonic shift to multi-cloud," Jones said. "We're still slammed with demands of customers that want to save money because of the pandemic. Cloud helps them do that. A lot of customers have to change their business model. Maybe their business model isn't working as well. Cloud is the best way to do that." While Rackspace previously competed with AWS, it's going "all in" on selling professional services for AWS and hopes to become the biggest provider filling that need. Late last year, Rackspace acquired the AWS consulting company Onica. Read more: Rackspace used to try to compete with Amazon's cloud. Now it's going 'all in' on Amazon Web Services with the acquisition of a consulting company. Rackspace plans to look at other deals with companies that help customers with using multiple clouds. Already, Jones says he's seeing business with Microsoft and Google Cloud services accelerate dramatically, which reinforces the notion that it's on the right path.  "The Onica acquisition has been spectacular," Jones said. "It has been an absolute grand slam home run. Essentially we're exceeding every financial metric and every objective set out when we acquired the company." Got a tip? Contact this reporter via email at [email protected], Signal at 646.376.6106, Telegram at @rosaliechan, or Twitter DM at @rosaliechan17. (PR pitches by email only, please.) 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The telehealth giant Teladoc is acquiring Livongo, a chronic-care company, in an $18.5 billion deal. It's the biggest deal that digital health has ever seen, several analysts told Business Insider. More importantly, it could change the future of healthcare by combining patients' coaching, physicians, prescriptions, and data under one umbrella for tens of millions of patients. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Two of the biggest digital health companies are combining in a record-breaking deal for the industry, in a transaction that one analyst said could prove to be more significant than the oft-touted ambitions of tech giants like Amazon. Teladoc Health, a giant telehealth company, agreed on Wednesday to acquire Livongo Health in an $18.5 billion deal. Livongo delivers online care for chronic conditions, and helps more than 410,000 patients manage their diabetes. The deal "truly transforms and digitizes healthcare," said David Larsen, an analyst at Verity Research. "While Amazon and other large entities in industry have talked about wanting to revolutionize healthcare, and lower its costs while improving value, this deal will actually deliver on that objective." The deal eclipses previous digital health transactions, like Amazon's purchase of online pharmacy PillPack, and Google's $2.1 billion bid for FitBit, said Forrester's Arielle Trzcinski. In fact, the next-largest deal falls short by roughly $7.5 billion, according to Stephanie Davis, an analyst at SVB Leerink. That was last month, when MultiPlan went public in an $11 billion transaction with investment company Churchill Capital. It's a testament to the many ways in which the coronavirus pandemic made healthcare more digital. Clinical trials are being conducted over iPhones. Hospitals are doing more things online with help from Amazon, Microsoft, and Google. Roughly 43% of patients worldwide have tried telehealth, with most saying they want to keep using the technology in the future.  Read more: We spoke to Amazon, Microsoft, Google, and 9 top healthcare leaders. They all said coronavirus is creating a new and permanent foothold for tech giants in the $3.6 trillion industry. Coronavirus-related demand has boosted both Teladoc and Livongo, recent earnings reports show. Year over year, their quarterly revenues grew by 85% and 125%, respectively. The deal announced on Wednesday is made up of cash and stock: for each Livongo share, Teladoc is paying $11.33 and 0.5920 Teladoc shares. The transaction is slated to close by the end of the year, the announcement said. Teladoc, which works with 70 million patients in the US alone, didn't have much in the way of chronic care management. Instead, it typically does one-off visits to help patients who are sick or who want a skin condition examined, for example. Through combining with Livongo, the idea is to create a single online source for almost any medical need, Jason Gorevic, the CEO of Teladoc, told Business Insider. Gorevic will be CEO of the combined firm after the deal closes. The companies will also collect and analyze data based on technology developed by Livongo that can help the two companies chart out care plans for individuals and render bigger insights about healthcare, they told BI. "The time is now for this combination," Gorevic said. "The adoption curve of virtual care and the maturity curve of virtual care have accelerated by several years during this pandemic." Livongo, meanwhile, could help patients monitor their health and provide coaching, but generally didn't connect them with doctors, said Dr. Jennifer Scheider, Livongo's president. "This allows us to give that step therapy through partnership at a scale that's very different from the other telehealth vendors, because of the tremendous number of lives the Teladoc has covered," she said.  Some investors are wary of the sticker price At $18.5 billion — and with Livongo's stock up more than 330% year to date as of Tuesday — Wall Street winced at the sticker price Teladoc is paying for a program it probably could have built internally for much less money, Jared Holz, a healthcare analyst at Jefferies, told Business Insider. The telehealth giant's stock was down 15% on news of the merger as of Wednesday afternoon, likely for that reason, Holz said. While it's a good move for Teladoc, making it a global healthcare power player, valuations of both companies are likely inflated, he said.  "To put capital to work with a stock at an all time high is probably not that surprising," Holz said. "I think what's surprising is they decided to buy another company with a similar, potentially stretched valuation to begin with." Plus the deal price represents a 10% premium on Livongo's prior close, leading to market pushback, SVB Leerink's Davis wrote in a note to investors.  However, she noted that consolidating these options for online care makes sense for all involved, from employers looking for holistic health plans to end-users who'd prefer one app instead of several.  On the other hand, bigger can be better The acquisition of Livongo makes Teladoc roughly nine times the size of its next closest competitor, Sean Dodge, a healthcare analyst at RBC Capital Markets, told Business Insider.  That gives Teladoc more tools for what's still a growing opportunity in virtual health, he said. Despite the boost from the pandemic, only a small fraction of care is carried out online, even though up to half of it could be, per RBC's estimates.  The merger also expands Teladoc's focus away from just urgent medical needs, he said. Some of the company's core business prior to this included working with health systems to help them care for patients, and treating mental health, hypertension, and lower back pain, Teladoc's Gorevic said. But chronic conditions can cost the US $1.1 trillion each year, the equivalent of 6% of GDP, a 2016 report by the Milken Institute showed. That's a big part of the healthcare pie that's gone unaddressed by big telehealth vendors, but an area that Livongo specializes in. "This lets them now address the people that are really sick and are big spenders of healthcare dollars," Dodge said.  'This combined platform truly gives the entire world a digital healthcare solution' The disjointed nature of the US healthcare system probably can't be overstated, and it extends to care that's delivered online. Patients can be using one app for their mental health, another for their diabetes, and another for urgent care needs, all with differing reimbursement from their health plans.  In the new arrangement with Teladoc and Livongo, things could be different. Members could be passed from coaches to physicians as needed, get access to their own primary care physician, and have prescriptions written for them all in the same Teladoc-organized network, according to Larsen at Verity Research. That's more disruptive than Amazon and other large entities that have only talked about revolutionizing healthcare, he wrote in a research note on Wednesday. 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The latest trending report Global Automotive Software Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 offered by DecisionDatabases.com is an informative study covering the market with detailed analysis.The report will assist reader with better understanding and decision making.The global Automotive Software market size is expected to gain market growth in the forecast period of 2020 to 2025, with a CAGR of 9.7% in the forecast period of 2020 to 2025 and will expected to reach USD 15760 million by 2025, from USD 10900 million in 2019.The Automotive Software market report provides a detailed analysis of global market size, regional and country-level market size, segmentation market growth, market share, competitive Landscape, sales analysis, impact of domestic and global market players, value chain optimization, trade regulations, recent developments, opportunities analysis, strategic market growth analysis, product launches, area marketplace expanding, and technological innovations.Final Report will cover the impact of COVID-19 on this industry.Browse the complete report and table of contents @ https://www.decisiondatabases.com/ip/27422-automotive-software-market-analysis-reportThe major players covered in Automotive Software are:CDK GlobalTitleTecDealertrackCox AutomotiveInfomediaReynolds and ReynoldsAuto – ITWipro LimitedDominion EnterpriseEpicorAuto/MateYonyouMAM SoftwareKingdeeRouteOneARIInternet BrandsShenzhen LianyouWHI SolutionsNECQiming InformationShoujia SoftwareChecking – On – TechGuangzhou SurpassBy Type, Automotive Software market has been segmented into:Dealer Management SystemF SolutionElectronic Vehicle RegistrationInventory SolutionsDigital Marketing SolutionOthersBy Application, Automotive Software has been segmented into:Manufacturer Retail StoreAutomotive DealerAutomotive Repair StoreAuto Part Wholesaler & AgentThe report offers in-depth assessment of the growth and other aspects of the Automotive Software market in important countries (regions), including:North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Southeast Asia and Australia)South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia)Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)Download Free Sample Report of Global Automotive Software Market @ https://www.decisiondatabases.com/contact/download-sample-27422There are 14 Chapters to deeply display the global Automotive Software market.1 Automotive Software Market Overview2 Company Profiles3 Global Automotive Software Market Competition, by Players4 Global Automotive Software Market Size by Regions5 North America Automotive Software Revenue by Countries6 Europe Automotive Software Revenue by Countries7 Asia-Pacific Automotive Software Revenue by Countries8 South America Automotive Software Revenue by Countries9 Middle East and Africa Revenue Automotive Software by Countries10 Global Automotive Software Market Segment by Type11 Global Automotive Software Market Segment by Application12 Global Automotive Software Market Size Forecast (2021-2025)13 Research Findings and Conclusion14 AppendixPurchase the complete Global Automotive Software Market Research Report @ https://www.decisiondatabases.com/contact/buy-now-27422All Software Related Reports by DecisionDatabases.com @ https://goo.gl/H5aC3rAll Automotive Related Reports by DecisionDatabases.com @ https://goo.gl/uPLfSBAbout-Us:DecisionDatabases.com is a global business research reports provider, enriching decision makers and strategists with qualitative statistics.DecisionDatabases.com is proficient in providing syndicated research report, customized research reports, company profiles and industry databases across multiple domains.Our expert research analysts have been trained to map client’s research requirements to the correct research resource leading to a distinctive edge over its competitors.We provide intellectual, precise and meaningful data at a lightning speed.For more details:DecisionDatabases.comE-Mail: [email protected]: +91 9028057900Web: https://www.decisiondatabases.com/
The final report will add the analysis of the Impact of Covid-19 in this report Global Application Performance Management Market.Market OverviewIn its research report, Market Research Future (MRFR), emphasizes that the global application performance management market 2020 is expected to grow exponentially over the review period, securing a substantial market valuation and a healthy 13.5% CAGR over the review period.FREE PDF @https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/5292Drivers and RestraintsAs of 2013, the global application efficiency market is seeing a increase in player numbers, providing clients with varied services and functionalities.In addition, the market being studied changes from on-premise deployment in large organizations to on-cloud or hybrid delivery models due to evolving application use, growing recognition among smaller companies, and demand for cost-effective systems.For example, the application output affects user experience, while business analysis can help decide peak times or exit points.The holistic approach to application performance management systems has increased the multiplicity of functionalities, thereby providing a major boost to the studied industry.The market being studied depends primarily on two factors-efficiency output at the end of the user (based on the response time) and peak load handling, which has contributed to its significant integration into public-facing networks, such as social media and media and entertainment applications.But performance and usability problems with generic solutions have questioned their widespread adoption, and there is still a strong demand for customer-specific customized solutions.Segmental AnalysisThe global application performance management market is analyzed on the basis of platform, deployment, vertical, organization size, access type, and region.Based on deployment, the segment is further segmented into cloud, on-premise, and hybrid.
The report encompasses the major developments within the Global Energy Management System Market amidst the novel COVID-19 pandemic.As per the global energy management system market report published by Market Research Future (MRFR) infers increase for this market at 18% CAGR between 2017 and 2023.In terms of monetary value, the market can be worth USD 89 bn by the end of the forecast period.FREE PDF @https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/2808Important factors pushing the global energy management system market growth include increasing demand for clean & green environment all around the world and rising awareness among people to improve environmental quality.Industrial EMS is useful for factories and manufacturing units.Utility EMS is used by organizations that  Based on the solution, the market has been segmented into carbon energy management, customer information system, demand response management, and utility billing.In the context of verticals, the market has been segmented into energy & power, healthcare, manufacturing, information technology (IT) & telecommunication, office & commercial buildings, and others.Regional SegmentationThe regional segmentation of the global energy management system market covers North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, and Rest of the World (RoW).During the forecast period, North America has been anticipated to acquire the largest market share due to the increasing demand for the adoption of building energy management systems (BEMS).Due to technological advancement, Japan also holds the potential of being an important country-specific market in the Asia Pacific region.Key PlayersMajor players in the global energy management system market include CA Technologies (USA), Carma Industries Inc. (Canada), Cisco Systems Inc. (USA), Daikin Industries Ltd. (Japan), Eaton Corporation PLC (Ireland), Emerson Electric Company (USA), Enernoc Inc. (USA), Honeywell International Inc. (USA), International Business Machines Corporation (USA), and Siemens AG Ltd. (Germany).Latest Industry NewsUnited Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO),  an agency within the U.N., has launched a program called Sustainable Energy Initiative.
The coronavirus decimated the retail industry's ability to gather data on their customers, including their purchasing habits. Not having that kind of data can hamper a retailer's ability to plan out inventory or marketing campaigns.  But as more consumers pivot to digital channels amid the outbreak, video and audio may become the richest stream of information available to help companies better gain insight into their customers.  AI-backed analytics firm Medallia is poised to capitalize on that trend with a string of recent acquisitions.  "People are beginning to wake up to the connective tissue that is customer and employee feedback," CEO Leslie Stretch told Business Insider.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. It's hard out there for a retailer.  The industry was one of the most impacted by the sudden impacts of the novel coronavirus pandemic — which forced many stores to close nearly overnight, even as they immediately pivoted to the online shopping models that became their only way to reach customers.  Some of the most devastating effects of the pandemic on the industry happened behind the scenes, however. The outbreak significantly impacted the ability for retailers to gather data to predict future shopping habits — an important tool that informs which and how many products they should keep in stock. With consumer shopping habits changing so quickly, retailers were left without the information they needed to see if the trends were long-term or just a blip. And with many stores still closed and in-person shopping still recovering, companies have to rely on historic data to power the artificial intelligence-backed analytics tools that help them make those important decisions around inventory, promotions, and other critical operational and marketing efforts.  But that older data is quickly becoming useless as a prediction tool, and businesses are scrambling to figure out how to replace it. The answer for the industry may be found in voice, video, and other information gathered from digital channels, according to Medallia CEO Leslie Stretch.  Digital is "now 100% of their business and they hadn't implemented effective feedback mechanisms to capture the voice of their customers," he told Business Insider. "People are beginning to wake up to the connective tissue that is customer and employee feedback." With a market cap of roughly $4.3 billion, Medallia helps clients like Macy's, Sephora, and Marriott by bringing in information from those channels and organizing it to help them gain better insight into their customers. And it doesn't just focus on retail. Among other applications, Medallia's offerings can be used to help insurance companies improve customer interactions with its agents by analyzing online chats or voice calls.  Stretch called feedback data — like social media posts or customer service call logs — the "big, misunderstood gold mine of information" and critical to companies trying to build a "digital twin" of their customers, referring to the concept of distilling an individual consumer's behavior into a slew of data points that can be analyzed.  "People are searching for tools, techniques, and technology to create and build out that dynamic, animated picture of the customer so that they can understand the customer in the absence of their traditional methods," he said.  That's where Medallia believes that it is poised to shine. The company uses proprietary AI technology to gather that information from a slew of sources. And with a string of recent acquisitions, it believes that it's now able to capitalize on the big shift towards digital. Analyzing video and audio data streams  Now, Medallia is able to add audio and video to the existing feedback data it already analyzes, creating the opportunity for " tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands, or millions" more touchpoints, according to Stretch — particularly as the pandemic accelerates usage of voice and video channels.  Say a customer is talking to a customer service agent over the phone. A system from Voci Technologies — which Medallia acquired in April — can immediately translate that to text that can then be analyzed. When that is combined with thousands of other similar calls, companies can begin to extrapolate trends that can be used to inform decision-making.  Voice data "tends to be richer and it tends to be denser. You get 10-to-15-to-20 times more information on a simple text interaction," he added.  And now, as more people flock to online chat services like Zoom, there's an immense opportunity to analyze those streams to extract information like a customer or employees facial emotion or physical movements. Using technology from LivingLens, a company that Medallia purchased in February, that data can be used to create a more powerful profile of that person. But it's use cases go beyond just the consumer landscape. Insurance companies and other firms could use it to remotely analyze or inspect a property in order to build a new policy. Airbnb, for example, is an existing customer of LivingLens.  "We're looking for all kinds of rich data that could inform us about the state of mind, the frame of mind of the consumer, or hone in on the key words, the things that they're saying, and their expressions too," said Stretch. SEE ALSO: A top exec at Softbank-backed robotics startup Brain Corp says the pandemic has made customers 'less afraid of the impact of robots' as they help workers clean and restock shelves at stores like Walmart and Kroger Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: July 15 is Tax Day — here's what it's like to do your own taxes for the very first time
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What is it and who needs it?If all you need to get your work done is a laptop with no mouse or external monitor, it’s not that hard to avoid problems with tangled cables.But as soon as you start connecting new devices the number of cables around you quickly adds up.As if managing your business, to-do lists and calendar wasn’t challenging enough, you’ll need to find a way to control cables.This is because having too many cables around is already distracting in itself.On top of that, cables that are hanging from your desk and laying on it quickly take a lot of space which could be used in a much more productive way.Not to mention that a clean and cable-free environment looks much more professional for your employees and/or clients.And, especially in business, you have just a few seconds to make the right first impression.Luckily, there are some very simple desk cable management ideas which you can implement at your workspace right away.Let's look at some under desk cable management tips.Get everything wireless and Get Rid of the Problem AltogetherSounds like a great plan, doesn’t it?Sadly, in reality, it’s not that easy.Most likely, you already have most of the devices that you are going to use, so investing in new ones just because they don’t require that many cables is not the best thing to do.Moreover, it might not be the healthiest choice either, as researchers are still arguing about the influence of radiation from Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on our health.But, even if all Wi-Fi devices were perfectly healthy and could communicate with each other without any delays or interferences, they would still need electricity to work (which means cables and cords).
Over the past half century, workers' wages have stagnated, their rights have been eroded, and whistleblowers have faced frequent retaliation for calling attention to the problems. But in the tech industry, a new alliance of workers from warehouses to cubicles — bolstered by the pandemic and anti-racism protests — is speaking with a louder and more unified voice than ever. They're demanding everything from better pay and workplace protections to a bigger say over how the products they build are designed and put to use. Business Insider spoke to 14 tech organizers and labor experts about what obstacles the movement faces as well as the changes they'd like to see in American workplaces to empower workers once again. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. All is not well for workers in Silicon Valley. Amid a devastating pandemic that has left millions of Americans jobless, the four largest US tech companies blew past Wall Street's expectations, reporting quarterly earnings that pushed their combined net worth past $5 trillion and boosted their CEOs' personal fortunes by billions. But as the tech industry soared to unprecedented heights, many of the workers fueling its rise have seen their wages and benefits stagnate, grueling job environments have become more dangerous, and efforts to call attention to workplace inequities have been met with retaliation. Despite this, the tide is shifting. Last week, the top executives of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google faced a grilling from lawmakers that focused on their companies' outsized power. Over the past few years, the experiences of rank-and-file employees have become increasingly at odds with those of the wealthy executives at the top — both on the job and in how they see their employers' impact on society. Bolstered by the pandemic and sweeping protests against systemic racism, tech workers from warehouses to corporate office buildings have been speaking up with a unified voice for the first time. Their demands: Better pay, benefits, and working conditions. But there's a broader agenda in place. They want to shift the balance of power at their organizations so they can have more control over how their work gets done, how products are built, and who their companies do business with. And now they're inspiring others across the country to do the same at their own workplaces. Business Insider spoke with 14 tech organizers and labor experts who said the industry has reached an inflection point and that things aren't going back to the way they were before. Here are their thoughts on how to empower workers once again and the obstacles that still lie ahead. Chris Smalls — organizer and former Amazon warehouse worker What's the biggest obstacle workers face: Smalls said Amazon and other companies' self-interest and antagonism toward workers continues to jeopardize their safety. "Everything [Amazon's] doing doesn't benefit the employees, everything they're doing benefits the company and the company only," he said adding that companies like Amazon "smear the lower class people, they intimidate the working class people." How can we improve American workplaces: Amazon needs to be taxed and workers need better pay, Smalls said. "You're telling me at $25 an hour I'm working for the richest man in the world and I'm capped out," he said, referring to the salary limit he hit after five years with the company. What organizers should focus on now: "What we need is for the families who actually lost somebody [to COVID-19] to actually come out to the public," Smalls said. Concerns about coronavirus exposure were raised as early as March and he said Amazon's response fell short. "This could have been prevented ... somebody needs to be held accountable." Oriana Leckert — former Kickstarter outreach team member and organizer for the Kickstarter United employee union What's the biggest obstacle workers face: "There's a strain of individualism that runs through tech for sure, Leckert said. Convincing workers who have good jobs now to organize on behalf of their coworkers — and their future selves — can be challenging at times, she said. How can we improve American workplaces: Leckert said companies should start "listening to workers and giving the people who are doing the work some more influence over how and when and why the work gets done." Executives should trust their employees to have good ideas instead of dictating everything via "opaque, top-down hierarchical management," she said. What organizers should focus on now: "Talk to everybody in your workplace, talk to everybody outside of your workplace. Get advice from other folks," Leckert said. "There are lots of people who are having a struggle at the same time and who have done it before," she said, and people looking to organize at their workplaces can learn from others' efforts. Grace Reckers — organizer at the Office and Professional Employees International Union What's the biggest obstacle workers face: "The lack of hardened geographic bounds is an important component of the tech organizing movement, and it mirrors the structures of the tech companies themselves," Reckers said. "Unlike nurse unions that represent RNs in a few distinct hospitals, typically in one region or city, organizers in the tech industry have to take into account the growing number of remote workers, international employees, contract workers, and vendors that are all affiliated with their companies." How can we improve American workplaces: "The biggest change I would like to see is for workers to have unobstructed rights to form unions at their workplaces," she said. "Employers need to be swiftly disciplined and employees need to be reinstated when organizers are fired in retaliation for their union activity. I also believe that the amount of money companies spend on anti-union consultants and 'union avoidance' law firms should be publicized, called out, and eventually redistributed to workers' paychecks." What organizers should focus on now: "Going forward, I imagine that the remnants of these fears around job security will remain for a lot of workers in the tech industry. My hope is that employees will continue to organize around these issues and recognize that as long as you are an at-will employee, you can be fired for any reason or no reason at all—without any guarantee of severance pay or continued healthcare coverage. It's only with a union contract that workers have the right to negotiate terminations and the safety nets that come with them." Laurence Berland — organizer and former Google engineer What's the biggest obstacle workers face: "In the pandemic, with so many out of work, a lot of people might have the attitude they are lucky to even have a job," Berland said. "But workers should remember that despite high unemployment, their experience and institutional knowledge is valuable, and not so easily replaced by a new hire, especially if they act collectively." How can we improve American workplaces: Berland said people need to fight for coworkers "across class and roles," especially those who have to work in person or whose jobs are jeopardized by the remote work surge during the pandemic. "Workers who are able to work from home need to fight for those workers and stand in solidarity with them," he said. What organizers should focus on now: "Make those connections with the most vulnerable workers — the Black and Brown essential workers, the unemployed service workers. Ask them what you can do to be a part of what they need," Berland said. "They know what they need and if you are genuinely showing up for them, they will tell you exactly what they need. Listen to them." Jacinta Gonzalez — organizer at Mijente What's the biggest obstacle workers face: "Office tech workers are recognizing that their technologies are inherently political and are never 'race neutral,'" Gonzalez said, pointing to the growing surveillance state and "the insidious relationship between tech corporations and law enforcement." Gonzalez said that at companies like Google and Microsoft, "tech workers have made clear demands that all contracts with law enforcement be dropped, a necessary and long overdue step." How can we improve American workplaces: Gonzalez said that "while office tech workers today may not be underpaid, they are recognizing that the cushy benefits they currently receive does not mean they have a voice in the types of technologies and contracts their companies engage with, even if workers recognize that their technologies are harmful." She added that giving workers more power would create "more accountability within the companies creating the technologies that are actively harming Black and Brown communities."  What organizers should focus on now: "The revolving door between government contractors and corporations must end and the curtain must be pulled back to reveal the full impacts of the growing surveillance state," she said. "As Naomi Klein said on a recent Mijente panel with Edward Snowden, we have a right to live illegible lives. It is time for technology to be transparent, human focused and end the growing surveillance and ownership of our data."  Wesley McEnany — organizer at the Service Employees International Union Local 1984 What's the biggest obstacle workers face: "Workers are seeing the use of their labor for immoral or unethical reasons as cause to organize because these issues are fundamentally working conditions as much as wages or benefits are," McEnany said. "These are also workers, especially at the big 5, who potentially hold a lot of structural power." How can we improve American workplaces: "Tech companies have a serious responsibility to end systemic and structural racism. They are uniquely positioned to use technology for good and lead on issues of diversity and inclusion." What organizers should focus on now: To make money, tech firms are incentivized to "take on nefarious projects, whether it's facial recognition software for oppressed governmental agencies or upgrading the technological infrastructure of local police departments surveilling Black Lives Matter activists," McEnany said. "[Tech companies] aren't going to be moral institutions without worker input." Dania Rajendra — director of Athena, a coalition of activists and Amazon workers What's the biggest obstacle workers face: The "sheer size and utter disregard for transparency or accountability" of companies like Amazon lets them get away with mistreating workers, Rajendra said. "Amazon's outsized power and its impunity about wielding it is the obstacle." How can we improve American workplaces: Rajendra said she'd like to see "more elected officials — at every level — start to use their investigative and regulatory power to prioritize everyday people." She pointed to France, where a court ruled in April that Amazon wasn't doing enough to protect workers and would have to shut down or take stronger precautions. What organizers should focus on now: "We'll continue to see more bridges built between the issues workers deal with on the job and the issues people — including those very same workers — deal with in their communities," Rajendra said. "Both COVID and the uprising [against systemic racism] expose the fact that the risks working people face on the job don't just end at the warehouse exits." Ben Gwin — data analyst at HCL Technologies and organizer for the United HCL Workers of Pittsburgh What's the biggest obstacle workers face: "Corporate-friendly labor laws," Gwin said. "Companies would rather pay lawyers and union busters, break the law, and pay a fine than honor workers' rights to organize and bargain in good faith." How can we improve American workplaces: "Medicare for All," Gwin said. Nearly half of Americans get health insurance through their employers, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation, and the pandemic has shown gaping flaws in the US' approach. A study from Health Management Associates said 35 million could lose coverage due to layoffs. What organizers should focus on now: Gwin said a change in the White House is needed before things improve for workers. Under Trump, the National Labor Relations Board, the top federal agency tasked with protecting workers, "is awful, and we need at least nominally pro-labor appointees in there," he added. Nicole Moore — Lyft driver and volunteer organizer for Rideshare Drivers United What's the biggest obstacle workers face: For gig workers, Moore said the biggest challenge is not having the same rights and labor protections as employees. "If we want safe industries where people aren't dying to put a box on your porch, people aren't becoming homeless as they buy a new car so they can drive you and anybody else with an app around, then we have to put these basic things in place," she said. How can we improve American workplaces: "We need to see a reform of labor law that makes that easier for groups of workers to organize," Moore said. Workers should be able to band together to negotiate contracts that guarantee fair wages, she said, "so that when you wake up in the morning, you know what kind of money you're going to make, it's not going to change overnight." What organizers should focus on now: Moore said she's focused on getting "fair pay and a voice on the job, more PPE for drivers, and "somebody in the White House who actually is going to have a Labor Department that's worried about the welfare of workers, not just how much profit companies can make off of them." Y-Vonne Hutchinson — CEO and founder of ReadySet and cofounder of Black Tech For Black LIves What's the biggest obstacle workers face: While "a lot of people are waking up to the reality of racism in the tech sector and racism in this country," said Hutchinson, "there are still people who are invested in keeping things the same who are going to push back, and we have to be prepared to face those people." How can we improve American workplaces: "When it comes to anti-racism, we do need to hold people accountable," Hutchinson said. "People don't change their behavior if they're not incentivized to change their behavior." She said employees who serve on diversity and inclusion committees and managers who hire, promote, or mentor diverse workers should be rewarded, not forced to sacrifice their work toward these goals in order to accomplish others. What organizers should focus on now: Within tech, Hutchinson said Black Tech For Black Lives wants to "make sure that Black people are hired and promoted and supported and really able to thrive" in a way she said hasn't happened so far, even as companies have said they want more diversity and inclusion. Steve Smith — communications director at the California Labor Federation What's the biggest obstacle workers face: "Tech CEOs have become very adept at employing anti-union strategies to crush organizing," Smith said. While executives' opposition to unions isn't new, Smith said the difference now is that tech companies have "some of the wealthiest and most powerful CEOs on the planet with vast resources to fight organizing at their disposal." How can we improve American workplaces: Companies need to follow existing labor laws, Smith said. "Provide workers with the basic protections and pay they deserve." What organizers should focus on now: Smith, who works closely with rideshare and food delivery drivers, said they're focused on defeating Proposition 22, a California ballot measure backed by Uber, Lyft, DoorDash, Instacart, and Postmates, that would permanently make drivers independent contractors. If it passes, Smith said it will hurt drivers "who have few basic protections" as well as "small businesses who are at a competitive advantage when these large tech companies cheat the system." Erin Hatton — associate professor of sociology at the University of Buffalo What's the biggest obstacle workers face: "Labor movements — like all social movements — require an incredible amount of work," Hatton said. Keeping up the momentum while trying to support families, survive a pandemic, and fight for civil rights will be "a Herculean task" for workers, she said. How can we improve American workplaces: Hatton said "all workers who perform labor from which others profit" should be covered by all labor and employment laws, not be forced to work in unsafe work environments, and should be protected from "coercion and abuse" by their employers. That includes diverse groups such as "Uber drivers, student athletes, incarcerated workers, graduate students, Instacart drivers, meatpacking workers, grocery store workers, and doctors and nurses," she said. What organizers should focus on now: Worker rights as well as basic civil rights for Black people, immigrants, and transgender people should be top priorities, Hatton said. "As a country, as a democracy, and as an economy, we are only as strong as our most vulnerable population." Clair Brown — professor of economics at the University of California Berkeley What's the biggest obstacle workers face: "Right now the problem is at the national level," Brown said. "The Department of Labor was set up to speak for workers, to protect workers, to represent workers. And right now it doesn't. Right now, it really represents employers under Trump." How can we improve American workplaces: Brown said unemployment programs in the US should look more like those in Europe, which "focus less on payments directly to individuals once they're thrown out of work" and instead on "how can we actually pay to keep them on the job." What organizers should focus on now: "We have to get back to this question of: 'what kind of social safety net do we want to provide people in the United States?'" Brown said workers who are laid off or can't work have no way to "just basically get through life, pay their mortgage or their rent, pay their health insurance, pay their kids' bills." Tom Kochan — professor of management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology What's the biggest obstacle workers face: "Employer opposition, and that hasn't changed at all," Kochan said. "Any employer that wants to defeat a union organizing campaign can do so because the penalties are so weak and so slow to be enforced." How can we improve American workplaces: "We have to open up our labor law to new forms" in order to give workers more voice, Kochan said. That could include creating works councils or putting rank-and-file employees on corporate boards, "not to control it, but to bring a worker's perspective to these issues and the knowledge and the information that workers can bring." What organizers should focus on now: Kochan said the upcoming election will have huge implications for workers. "If we get a change in government, both in the presidency and in the Congress, then we are going to see a massive debate around the future of work and how we learn from this crisis and fill the holes in the safety net that have been temporarily filled."
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According to research report "Cloud Enterprise Content Management Market by Solution (Document Management, Case Management, Workflow Management, Record Management, and E-Discovery), Service, Deployment Model, Organization Size, Vertical, and Region - Global Forecast to 2022", The cloud Enterprise Content Management (ECM) market size is estimated to grow from USD 9.77 Billion in 2017 to USD 34.42 Billion by 2022, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 28.6% during the forecast period.Browse 63 market data tables and 34 figures spread through 136 pages and in-depth TOC on "Cloud Enterprise Content Management Market - Global Forecast to 2022"Early buyers will receive 10% customization on reports.The demand for cloud ECM is driven by factors, such as exponential growth in digital content across enterprises, easier access from remote end-points, and protection of enterprise data against disaster.With the increase in the adoption rate of cloud computing among enterprises, the cloud ECM market is expected to gain a major traction during the forecast period.Download PDF Brochure:  https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=20750857The document management solution segment is expected to contribute the largest market shareOn the basis of solutions, the document management segment is expected to hold the largest market share.The right information available at the right time from the right source can significantly improve the productivity of a system.Managed services are expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast periodWith the increasing deployment of cloud computing, the services segment is expected to grow in the future.Vendors offering these services focus on improving the overall business efficiency, enhancing scalability, and reducing IT costs.North America is expected to contribute the largest market share, whereas Asia Pacific (APAC) to grow at the fastest CAGR during the forecast periodNorth America is expected to hold the largest market share and dominate the cloud ECM market from 2017 to 2022.The rapid adoption of smartphones and other electronic devices in the APAC region leads to digitalization of voluminous paper data into an electronics format, thereby resulting in more adoption of ECM solutions to manage the electronic data.Speak to Our Expert Analyst:  https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/speaktoanalystNew.asp?id=20750857The major vendors providing cloud ECM are Alfresco Software, Inc. (California, US), ASG Technologies (Florida, US), Box, Inc. (California, US), Docuware (Germering, Germany), Epicor Software Corporation (Texas, US), Everteam((Paris, France), Fabsoft Software, Inc. (New Jersey, US), Hewlett Packard Enterprise  (California, US), Hyland Software, Inc. (Ohio, US), IBM Corporation (New York, US), Laserfiche (California, US), Lexmark International, Inc. (Kentucky, US), MaxxVault LLC (New York, US), M-Files Corporation(Texas, US), Microsoft Corporation (Washington, US), Micro Strategies Inc. (New Jersey, US), Newgen Software Inc.(New Delhi, India), Nuxeo (New York, US), Objective Corporation (New South Wales, Australia), OpenText orporation (Ontario, Canada), Oracle Corporation (California, US), SER Group (Bonn, Germany),  and Xerox Corporation (Connecticut, US).About MarketsandMarkets™MarketsandMarkets™ provides quantified B2B research on 30,000 high growth niche opportunities/threats which will impact 70% to 80% of worldwide companies’ revenues.Almost 75,000 top officers across eight industries worldwide approach MarketsandMarkets™ for their painpoints around revenues decisions.Our 850 fulltime analyst and SMEs at MarketsandMarkets™ are tracking global high growth markets following the "Growth Engagement Model – GEM".
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According to a new market research report "Public Safety and Security Market by Solution (Critical Communication Network, Biometric & Authentication System, Surveillance System, Emergency & Disaster Management, Cyber Security), Service, Vertical, and Region - Global Forecast to 2022",  published by MarketsandMarkets™ , the Public Safety and Security Market expected to grow from USD 277.02 billion in 2017 to USD 532.39 billion by 2022, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 14.0% during the forecast period.The major forces driving the public safety and security market are smart city initiatives, growing trend of IoT, and rise in criminal activities and terrorist attacksBrowse in-depth TOC on "Public Safety and Security Market” 94- Tables 41- Figures  160- PagesDownload PDF Brochure @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=1024Many local law enforcement and government agencies are adopting the advanced public safety and security solutions to minimize the risk and to secure the public and private sectors from terrorist attacks and natural calamities.As the frequency of cross border terrorist attacks on enterprises is growing, the market is expected to gain traction over the next 5 years.Critical communication network solutions segment is estimated to hold the largest market share in the public safety and security market in 2017Public and private organizations are adopting the critical communication network solutions for better mission-critical communications.Due to increasing criminal activities and terrorist attacks, law enforcement and government agencies are adopting advanced public safety and security technologies.The transportation system vertical is expected to grow at the highest CAGR in the public safety and security market during the forecast period.Speak to Research Expert @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/speaktoanalystNew.asp?id=1024APAC to grow at the highest CAGR in the market during the forecast periodThe primary forces driving the APAC market growth are increasing technology adoption, huge opportunities across critical Infrastructure sector, and increase in the number of startups in APAC countries, especially India.The region has a large number of established SMEs, which are growing at an exponential rate to cater to their broad customer base.