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Innovation Break: Deliver Innovation to the Enterprise

Innovation Break: Deliver Innovation to the Enterprise

For startups, the appeal of enterprise clients is not surprising — signing even one or two customers can make an entire business, and it can take just a few hundred to build a $1 billion unicorn company. But while corporate counterparts increasingly look to the startup community for partnership opportunities, making the jump to enterprise sales is far more complicated than scaling up the strategy startups already use to sell to SMBs or consumers. Hear from enterprise leaders at Okta, SAP, and VMware as they address how startups can adapt their strategy with the needs of the enterprise in mind. Sponsored by SAP.

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Talking Shop with Scott Farquhar (Atlassian)

Talking Shop with Scott Farquhar (Atlassian)

With tools like Jira, Bitbucket and Confluence, few companies influence how developers work as much as Atlassian. The company’s co-founder and co-CEO Scott Farquhar will join us to talk about growing his company, how it is bringing its tools to enterprises and what the future of software development in and for the enterprise will look like.

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The Quantum Enterprise with Intel, IBM and Microsoft

The Quantum Enterprise with Intel, IBM and Microsoft

While we’re still a few years away from having quantum computers that will fulfill the full promise of this technology, many companies are already starting to experiment with what’s available today. We’ll talk about what startups and enterprises should know about quantum today to prepare for tomorrow.

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Keeping the Enterprise Secure

Keeping the Enterprise Secure

Enterprises face a litany of threats from both the inside and outside the firewall. Now more than ever, companies — especially startups — have to put security first. From preventing data from leaking to keeping bad actors out of your network, enterprises have it tough. How can you secure the enterprise without slowing growth? We’ll discuss the role of a modern CSO and how to move fast… without breaking things.

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Innovation Break: The Future of Data in an Evolving Landscape

Innovation Break: The Future of Data in an Evolving Landscape

Companies have historically competed by having data in their toolbox, and gleaning insights to make key business decisions. However, increased regulatory and societal scrutiny is requiring companies to rethink this approach. In this session, we explore the challenges and opportunities that businesses will experience as these conversations evolve. Sponsored by SAP.

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What Google, Facebook And Apple Can Learn From Microsoft’s 1998 Antitrust Fight

What Google, Facebook And Apple Can Learn From Microsoft’s 1998 Antitrust Fight

In 1995, Microsoft CEO Bill Gates published a memo entitled “The Internet Tidal Wave.” Gates outlined seven areas where Microsoft could increase its focus on internet features, including a web browser. The next year Microsoft launched its Internet Explorer web browser. Microsoft faced an antitrust lawsuit by the Department of Justice in 1998 during the height of the Browser Wars. Its Internet Explorer was quickly becoming the go-to web browser for the masses, but the U.S. government argued it stifled competition.

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How Bill Gates-Funded Solar Geoengineering Could Help End Climate Change

How Bill Gates-Funded Solar Geoengineering Could Help End Climate Change

Fires burning across the Amazon rainforest have renewed the debate about solutions to climate change. Bill Gates is backing the first high-altitude experiment of one radical approach called solar geoengineering. It’s meant to mimic the effects of a giant volcanic eruption. Thousands of planes would fly at high altitudes, spraying millions of tons of particles around the planet to create a massive chemical cloud that would cool the surface.

“Modeling studies have found that it could reduce the intensity of heat waves, for instance, apparently it could reduce the rate of sea level rise. It could reduce the intensity of tropical storms,” said Andy Parker, project director at the Solar Radiation Management Governance Initiative.

The technology is not far from being ready and it’s affordable, but it could cause massive changes in regional weather patterns and eradicate blue sky.

“These consequences might be horrific. They might involve things like mass famine, mass flooding, drought of kinds that will affect very large populations,” said Stephen Gardiner, author of “A Perfect Moral Storm: The Ethical Tragedy of Climate Change.”

Watch the video to learn how it would work and hear the debate around the ethics and efficacy of solar geoengineering.

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Can Amazon Succeed In India?

Can Amazon Succeed In India?

Amazon just opened its largest office building yet in Hyderabad, India. The new space represents the company’s commitment to the Indian market, where it faces steep competition from Walmart-owned Flipkart. Despite recently introduced regulations that make it difficult for foreign-owned e-commerce companies to compete, Amazon is adopting new retail strategies as it looks to India as its next major growth market.

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The Rise Of Chick-fil-A

The Rise Of Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A is now the third largest restaurant chain by system-wide sales. Its ascent has been so rapid that other fast-food brands are taking note of its unique business model. Popeyes recently launched its own chicken sandwich leading the two brands into a social media war. But how is it that a restaurant that’s ensnared in controversy, and closed on Sundays, next in line to overtake Starbucks and McDonald’s?

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How Medicare-For-All Works In Australia

How Medicare-For-All Works In Australia

As Democratic candidates fight for the party’s 2020 presidential nomination, one of the biggest policy divides is the role of private health insurance. Many countries provide government funded universal health care while offering secondary private insurance. One country that’s frequently overlooked: Australia. Watch the video above to learn more about how Australia’s health-care system works and how it compares with the United States’.

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