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Coverage of Google’s latest innovations and leading predictions dominated news coverage this week as the tech giant touted new strides in artificial intelligence (AI), computer vision, open source, cloud and the future of passwords — or lack thereof with its new rollout of passkey authentication.
At its Google Next 2022 event, the company debuted several tools and technologies to help enterprises navigate a rapidly evolving technological world, including its new Vertex AI Vision service, OpenXLA Project and support for unstructured data and Apache Spark on BigQuery, to name a few.The company predicts that low-code, no-code solutions will continue to power innovations across sectors, detailed the impact of multicloud across the enterprise, advocated for increased automation in workflows and even hinted at a future with a four-day workweek, thanks to AI.
In further news on the cloud front, a new report published findings that 81% of IT teams have been asked by C-level executives to slow or halt their cloud spending as financial markets continue to be volatile.
As the economy continues to take a turn, creativity across enterprise tech stacks may be one key to keeping innovation flowing when budgets are not. JetBlue is one player that is currently demonstrating the effectiveness of this concept. The commercial airline detailed how it uses a unique combination of features from Snowflake and Fivetran to customize its management of structured and unstructured data.
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Report: 81% of IT teams directed to reduce or halt cloud spending by C-suiteAccording to a new study from Wanclouds, 81% of IT lea …