AWS had a successful year by any measure. The company continued to behave like a startup with the kind of energy and momentum to invest in new areas not usually seen in an incumbent with a significant marketshare lead.
Signal acquisition, content ingestion, transcoding, ad insertion, playback optimization, and end-to-end monitoring probably weren’t top of mind for NFL fans who watched Thursday Night Football this season on Amazon.
New AWS service makes it easy for companies to voice-enable their offices with Alexa, giving workers an intelligent assistant. Capital One, Brooks Brothers, and WeWork among the customers using Alexa for Business. Salesforce, Concur, Polycom, RingCentral, and Splunk are among the companies with solutions that work with Alexa for Business.
How do gender identity, gender expression, and policies for LGBTQI+ employees improve inclusion in the workplace? How can tech leaders build work environments where employees can bring their whole selves to work? This panel will discuss gender identity, and strategies for managers on how to create highly functional and inclusive teams.
Following Amazon's Q3 earnings call, CRN reported that AWS continues to be a key driver in Amazon’s profitability. AWS showed steady 42% growth year over year and accrued big customer wins across the automotive, life sciences, and tech sectors.