Cloud: Capital markets’ Swiss Army knife

The best uses of the cloud so far have been as an enabler of performance and innovation. The best uses yet to come could reshape AI. So, Max warns, if you think cloud is about cutting costs, you’re thinking about it all wrong.

We’ve all seen it before: Someone comes up with a brilliant idea that’s ahead of its time. They gleefully demonstrate it to the market, thinking everyone will share their vision. But typically conservative decision-makers don’t see its full potential, and so their idea becomes a hammer looking for a nail, and instead of trying to shift a stagnant base, they shift their own model, and let potential paying clients steer the product in the direction of whatever their most pressing need is at that

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