Martin Veitch

Yugabyte CEO awaits flywheel effect for cloud-native apps

Yugabyte CEO awaits flywheel effect for cloud-native apps

Tech veteran Bill Cook is at it again with a database and managed service aimed at applications written for the cloud.

2022: A bluffers’ guide to what may happen in technology

2022: A bluffers’ guide to what may happen in technology

It’s easy to predict the future at a time of flux in technology, geopolitics, climate crisis. It’s just that you’re likely to be wrong.

Grammarly writes a new, cash-rich chapter

Grammarly writes a new, cash-rich chapter

The writers’ aid has picked up a big financial raise at a fat valuation.

Facebook’s change hasn’t been for the meta

Facebook’s change hasn’t been for the meta

The owner of the social graph wants to be bigger than that but few will play ball.

Anaplan CEO plots next steps

Anaplan CEO plots next steps

Serial CFO Frank Calderoni stepped up to become CEO at business planning pioneer Anaplan and is reaping rewards

What the Nutanix folks did next

What the Nutanix folks did next

Dheeraj Pandey and Manoj Agarwal left Nutanix last year and now they’re trying to revolutionise software development

1E’s new CEO battles giants to gain in experience

1E’s new CEO battles giants to gain in experience

Mark Banfield, chief exec of 1E, is taking the experience management fight to massive rivals.

Box ready to go again after proxy distractions

Box ready to go again after proxy distractions

The cloud content management pioneer has the chance to grow once more.

Skyflow shoots for stars with plan to fix Web privacy

Skyflow shoots for stars with plan to fix Web privacy

A Silicon Valley startup wants to use the API economy to simplify security.

HYCU seeks to give backup a new simplicity

HYCU seeks to give backup a new simplicity

Boston-based HYCU wants to make enterprise data recovery iPhone-style ease of use.

Mind the gap between leaders’ perceptions and employees’ realities in tech

Mind the gap between leaders’ perceptions and employees’ realities in tech

A report highlights a chasm between executive and minority views on diversity.

Much-travelled GBG CIO takes on a new identity

Much-travelled GBG CIO takes on a new identity

Mark Mamone has a long CV and now spreads himself across product development, security and internal systems at UK identity verification giant GBG.

Appian CEO says low-code automation is the next chapter

Appian CEO says low-code automation is the next chapter

Matt Calkins of Appian wants to stretch the remit of the low-code movement the company pioneered.

AWS UKI boss on elasticity, cloud and adaptivity

AWS UKI boss on elasticity, cloud and adaptivity

Darren Hardman of Amazon Web Services says the pandemic period has shown the value of elastic capacity.

Four ways IT chiefs are preparing for what comes next

Four ways IT chiefs are preparing for what comes next

Coronavirus has changed working patterns but how will we work in the months and years to come?

Box’s proxy fight shows an unattractive side of the Valley

Box’s proxy fight shows an unattractive side of the Valley

An ongoing battle with investor Starboard Value is indicative of the incessant demand for growth and profitability

Soda pours effort into building a data observatory

Soda pours effort into building a data observatory

Belgian company seeks to automate processes that fix data disconnects.

Pip Hare reflects on 95 days solo sailing… and staying hyperconnected

Pip Hare reflects on 95 days solo sailing… and staying hyperconnected

The British solo sailor completed the brutal round-the-world solo Vendée Globe.

Productboard draws a blueprint for product management

Productboard draws a blueprint for product management

Hubert Palan, CEO of Productboard, wants his firm to be the template for managing products.

After more than 50 years, Esri is still mapping the world

After more than 50 years, Esri is still mapping the world

Founded in 1969, Esri pioneered GIS and paved the way for the ubiquity of digital maps

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