To better understand how Wipro was managing their business and helping their global customers during the COVID-19 pandemic, Ray Wang, CEO and founder of Silicon Valley-based Constellation Research, and I invited Wipro's president to join us on our weekly video podcast DisrupTV. Please watch the conversation between Rao, Wang, and I to be inspired and motivated, knowing that businesses can be the greatest platform for change and that values do create value. … [Read more...] about Wipro: 10 business and leadership lessons from a company with a big heart
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Developer Coronavirus: From startups to supercomputers, how tech is trying to help tackle COVID-19 Programming language Julia: Version 1.4 is even faster and brings these new features Visual Studio 2019: Now IntelliSense linter for C++ programming language cleans up code Hackathons: Best practices and winning strategies (ZDNet YouTube) The Best Web Hosting Providers (CNET) How to get a developer job (TechRepublic) … [Read more...] about PagerDuty sees a tailwind as businesses race to go digital
Even with one of the largest library offerings and HBO in its pocket, HBO Max has its fair share of doubters. At $15 a month, HBO Max is the most expensive streaming option, double the price of newcomers like Disney Plus and triple the cost of Apple TV Plus. The service will also launch with fewer original shows and movies than WarnerMedia hoped for — a facet of launching in the middle of a pandemic that competitors like NBCUniversal’s Peacock and Quibi are also battling. Having customers “sheltering at home and consuming inconceivable amounts of streaming entertainment” is a pro for HBO Max, but it’s not the total answer, analyst Michael Nathanson wrote in an April note. … [Read more...] about HBO Max is full of potential, but its biggest hurdle remains AT&T’s messy execution
To achieve the 2030 greenhouse gas reductions, CARB says a host of initiatives are necessary. In one initiative, California will continue its cap-and-trade system by which the state sets a limit on greenhouse gas emissions, and companies trade those emissions allotments. CARB calls for tightening caps over the next decade. Another initiative will also push for a “20 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from the refinery sector;” yet another will “put 4.2 million zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) on the roads;” and another will “deploy over 100,000 zero-emission trucks and equipment by 2030.” … [Read more...] about Trump freezes EPA grants while California plans to slash emissions
The takeI'm a lifelong, MBA-holding capitalist tool. We have ample experience with enterprises with so much power that they can tilt the playing field and disadvantage competitors. Doing so is just good business, which is why we need to referee capitalist games. … [Read more...] about It’s time to spin AWS out of Amazon: They regulate utilities, don’t they?