The April issue of Gigabit is now live!

By Laura Mullan
The April issue of Gigabit magazine is now live! Our cover star this month is technology giant SAP. Speaking to Arlen Shenkman, Executive Vice Presiden...

The April issue of Gigabit magazine is now live

Our cover star this month is technology giant SAP. Speaking to Arlen Shenkman, Executive Vice President for Global Business Development and Ecosystems, Gigabit learns how the enterprise software company is gearing up for future growth with strategic acquisitions and a winning portfolio.  

“Our objective was to do transformative acquisitions,” said Shenkman. “With Ariba, Fieldglass and Concur, SAP is the undisputed business network company.”

Next, we sit down with RagingWire Data Centers’ Kevin Dalton and Joe Goldsmith, to learn how the firm has established itself as one of the largest wholesale data centre providers in the world.

Elsewhere, Darren Mowry, Director for Business Development at Amazon Web Services (AWS), explains how the company has established itself as a cloud computing titan. We also speak to Tien Zhou, one of the first business leaders to predict the rise of the subscription economy.

Now co-founder and CEO of Zuora, he forecasts how subscription services are set to disrupt almost every industry.

For our top 10 ranking this month, we discover the top 10 IoT trends you need to watch out for and we’ll also round up this month’s must attend events.

Don’t forget to also read our exclusive digital reports on ADP, Coupa Software, T-Mobile and more.

We hope you enjoy the issue! Take a look here.

April issue of Gigabit



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