The Pulse - A newsletter by
August 17, 2016
This week's Pulse is sponsored by Gemalto

Artificial intelligence and robotics trends

Dinesh Venugopal

Dinesh Venugopal
President, Digital and Strategic Customers

Robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) solutions are hot in the banking and financial services sectors. This article discusses how they deliver cost savings to organizations, their disruptive impact, drivers, competitive advantages and their effects on digital accessibility for people with disabilities.

Read the Story

How to choose the right container platform

Miska Kaipiainen

Miska Kaipiainen

Container platforms serve different needs, so how do you know what one is the best fit for your company? This article discusses how you can determine which container is right for you by asking a few basic questions and focusing on the key factors that are important to your business.

Read the Story

Tips to manage your startup’s dynamic growth

Tess Pajaron

Tess Pajaron
Open Colleges

Your main goal from the very beginning of your startup was to see things take off, but when it happens, it can be overwhelming. You have an entirely new list of demands to keep up with. Here are tips to be able to meet concerns head-on as you grow exponentially.

Read the Story

Software success signs: important news stories

Kathleen Goolsby

Kathleen Goolsby
Managing Editor

A review of last week’s headlines in the software industry finds top innovative leaders dislodged, a twist on cybersecurity risks, Silicon Valley execs criticized, cloud growth bursting, two “world’s firsts,” IBM’s Watson heading east and much more. Here’s a recap of news that caught our eye.

Read the Story



LicensingLive! – Nov. 1-3, 2016 in Cupertino, California

Join us for LicensingLive! in November and attend the only free conference focused on software monetization strategies.

At this conference, renowned analyst Amy Konary, research vice president, Software Licensing and Mobile Enterprise Applications, IDC, will be joined by Mark Seery, senior director, Strategy and Corporate Development, Juniper Networks, to discuss how the focus on cloud and virtualization are expediting the adoption of new software business models and what this means for intelligent device vendors and software providers.

Mark will talk about the software business models and monetization approaches that Juniper Networks has implemented to successfully launch and grow innovative new businesses.

Register today to ensure your seat.


Executive Briefing


New White Paper: Consolidating Software Licensing Technologies Post M&A: A survival guide for software publishers intelligent device manufacturers

Given the tough competition software vendors and intelligent device manufacturers face, it’s no surprise that these organizations depend on creating innovative products and services to grow their businesses. It’s a good approach but, over time, using only this approach could limit growth. Depending solely on its own product and service development means a company can only be as successful as its latest product launch. Click here to read more.


This Week's Sponsor: Gemalto


Getting the “Technology+People+Process=Performance” Process Right the First Time Around

Software licensing is critical and increasingly vital to businesses. As the world becomes more software centric, software publishers and hardware vendors need a clear plan for the critical role of licensing in optimizing their operational, customer experience and financial performance, all of which are tightly coupled. Download: Get Licensing Right the First Time: Treat licensing like your business depends on it and let this new infographic serve as a guide for companies that are striving to get the technology, people and process aligned with their licensing strategy.


why did I get this?    forward to a friend    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences