The Transformation Ticker: Volume 5

December’s Top Technology Headlines

Volume 5 – December 2019

Here is Volume 5 of SkySync’s Transformation Ticker, our monthly roundup of what we found to be the most important pieces of current technology news and top technology headlines to help you stay on top of the constantly changing world of cloud collaboration and content management.

[Article] Slack just taunted Microsoft with ‘OK boomer’ for running an ad campaign that looks almost exactly like one of Slack’s

Microsoft vs Slack – Again! Teams has gained 7 million DAUs in just the past four months, but Slack is not backing down.

[News] Amazon has a bizarre new strategy for dealing with threats to cloud business

AWS’s recent slow growth has prompted Amazon to implement some unusual language policies at its conferences.

[News] Can Tech Offer Employees a 4-Day Work Week?

Too good to be true? After a trial in Japan, Microsoft suggested that cutting the work week to four days could be more productive.

[Survey] ​​One in Three Cloud Migrations Fail Because U.S. Businesses Do Not Make Cloud Part of Their Core Strategy

The results illustrate that cloud transformation is not just an IT issue, but a business issue.

[Opinion] I still hate New Year’s cloud predictions, but here are mine

Chief cloud strategy officer, David Linthicum, shares what’s not on most prediction lists that could be game-changing for 2020.

[News] These are America’s top 12 tech hubs, according to Bloomberg

Silicon Valley might have some competition for tech talent from some unexpected smaller cities… like Ann Arbor, Michigan?

 

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