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Mark Nelson is stepping down as CEO of Tableau Software, less than two years after he took the helm of the Seattle-based data visualization company owned by Salesforce.

Nelson announced the news on Twitter and LinkedIn. His last day is Thursday. “It has been a pleasure and an honor to work alongside all of the people that make Tableau an amazing place to work, grow, and create something that literally changes the world for the better every day,” he wrote.

Nelson said he’s taking down time over the holidays and going on a trip to Patagonia — “and then on to the next adventure.”

Nelson will not be replaced directly, as his team is being integrated into the broader Salesforce product and engineering teams.

“Mark made tremendous contributions since joining Tableau in 2018, first leading the global Tableau product and engineering teams then taking on the role as CEO for the past 20 months,” Tableau spokesperson Tom Kim said in a statement. “We wish him the best in his next chapter and look forward to Tableau’s continued momentum and customer success.”

Nelson joined Tableau in 2018 as executive vice president of product development. He became CEO in March 2021, filling a vacancy created when his predecessor, Adam Selipsky, was named CEO of Amazon Web Services and replaced current Amazon CEO Andy Jassy.

Nelson, a Chicago native, previously held engineering leadership positions at companies including Oracle and Concur in the Seattle region.

Tableau originally launched in 2003. It went public in 2013 and Salesforce bought the company for more than $15 billion in 2019, its largest acquisition at the time, before the tech giant acquired Slack last year for $27.7 billion.

Combined, the acquisitions of Slack and Tableau positioned Salesforce as a more formidable rival to Microsoft in enterprise technology, with Slack going head-to-head with Microsoft Teams, and Tableau competing directly against Microsoft’s Power BI data visualization technology.

Tableau generated $516 million in revenue for Salesforce in its third fiscal quarter, up 8% year-over-year and making up about 15% of Salesforce’s total quarterly revenue of $7.8 billion. Tableau’s revenue was $1.95 billion in the 2022 fiscal year ended Jan. 31.

Salesforce stock is down more than 40% this year amid the broader market downturn.

Salesforce co-CEO Bret Taylor unexpectedly announced Wednesday that he was also stepping down, effective Jan. 31. Salesforce founder and co-CEO Marc Benioff will continue to lead the company.

Salesforce employed about 1,000 people in the Seattle area prior to acquiring Tableau. Including the Tableau acquisition, the number of Salesforce employees in the region is about 4,000.

Thu, 01 Dec 2022 07:52:00 -0600 Taylor Soper en-US text/html https://www.geekwire.com/2022/tableau-software-ceo-mark-nelson-steps-down/
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We build stories out of the messy, contradictory realities of our lives. Rich Fierro is the hero of the mass shooting at the Club Q, the gay club in Colorado Springs, Colorado. We need more heroes and fewer events that create them. Fierro is a retired Army major who appears to have had something approaching a flashback, a reflex response from the brutalizing violence he experienced in Iraq when Anderson Lee Aldrich opened fire in the night club.

These are the indelible memories, psychic damage that haunt so many veterans. In interviews, Fierro has said they haunt him too and were one of the reasons he left the military. In this moment, though, they were lifesaving. Fierro rushed, tackled, disarmed and violently beat Aldrich, alongside another patron and a trans dancer in the club who helped subdue him. Numerous accounts include the evocative detail that the dancer helped subdue Aldrich by stomping him with her high heel.

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Killexams : Tableau Channel Chief Out As Company Combines Partner Program With MuleSoft, Salesforce

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‘The real benefit is the ability to understand how all of the (Salesforce Customer) 360 products work together,’ MuleSoft channel chief Dan McAllister says.

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Salesforce subsidiaries Tableau and MuleSoft will combine their partner programs with their parent organization starting Feb. 1, CRN has learned. And while MuleSoft channel chief Dan McAllister is staying on board, Tableau channel chief Julie Bennani is no longer with the company.

Bringing the MuleSoft and Tableau programs together under San Francisco-based Salesforce will give partners one contract and one partner portal as opposed to multiple, McAllister told CRN in an interview. It will also help Salesforce as a whole better understand partners’ capabilities and specialties.

“Part of the power of this is we’re going to take those operations teams for standing up three different programs and maintaining them, have them all work on – in this window of time between now and Feb. 1 – onboarding to one common framework,” McAllister said. “And then they will have all this extra horsepower to actually Excellerate it. So it’ll Excellerate because it’s one instead of multiple, and then we‘re actually going to add capabilities to it and more benefits to the organization and the three different parties – us, the customers and the partners – at the same time.”

[RELATED: Salesforce Cuts Guidance, Reports ‘Measured’ Customer Buying Amid Economic Uncertainty]

In a statement, Salesforce confirmed Bennani left the company.

“We appreciate her contributions and wish her the best in the next phase of her journey,” according to the statement. “Julie’s role and responsibilities have been delegated amongst regional Tableau partner leadership. No other key partner leaders have left the company recently.”

Do Salesforce, Tableau and MuleSoft have different partners?

The combined partner program should simplify how partners of one Salesforce subsidiary grow a practice with another subsidiary or with Salesforce’s own marketing and data analytics products, he said. It should in turn help partners deliver a suite of services to customers if appropriate.

“The real benefit is the ability to understand how all of the (Salesforce Customer) 360 products work together,” McAllister said. “In almost every meeting I’m in with our integration partners, in particular, they’re thinking about it in terms of business solutions to the customer.”

Partners who still want to specialize in one Salesforce product or subsidiary can continue to do so, he said.

“We’ll still have very specific enablement around each of the product lines,” he said. “We have to. They have to have those technical skills, and we will have the right support available for them. But the real benefit for them is going to be more individuals with expertise on the interoperability of all the different solutions.”

In a latest interview with CRN, Kevin O’Brien, vice president of performance marketing at Beaverton, Ore.-based Salesforce partner Concentrix Catalyst, said that the company was investing in growing its individual practices with MuleSoft and Tableau but also bringing together various Salesforce products to help customers.

“We’re really excited to see each of those individually grow, but also get really excited when we can pull all of those together in more complex, multi-cloud solutions that we’re putting into place for clients,” O’Brien said.

In March, Slack brought its nascent partner program under the Salesforce umbrella, with Slack channel chief Richard Hasslacher reporting to Salesforce channel chief Tyler Prince.

Salesforce closed on its $27.7 billion Slack acquisition last year. It bought MuleSoft for $6.5 billion in 2018 and Tableau for $15.7 billion in 2019.

Tech Starts To Feel Economy 

The combined partner program comes after a tough quarter for Salesforce and other big tech vendors, although McAllister said that the integration has been in the works for awhile, with McAllister moving his organization under Prince’s earlier in the year. Tableau’s employees were also brought in earlier this year, with the combined program going live for partners Feb. 1.

During Salesforce’s latest quarterly earnings in August, the company cut its guidance for the amount of revenue it expects to see for the fiscal year and reported decelerations in Commerce Cloud and Marketing Cloud during the second quarter of its fiscal year.

Salesforce co-founder and co-CEO Marc Benioff said that in the summer, he and his team saw “customers becoming more measured in the way they buy” and sales cycles “get stretched” with deals “inspected by higher levels of management.”

“Nearly everyone I’ve talked to is taking a more measured approach to their business,” he said. “We expect these trends to continue in the near term.”

Salesforce reported $7.72 billion in revenue for the quarter. The company’s data segment, which includes subsidiaries MuleSoft and Tableau, brought in $1 billion in revenue, an increase of 12 percent year over year.

Salesforce co-CEO Bret Taylor said he was “heartened by the progress we’re seeing in our go-to-market transformation of MuleSoft,” Taylor said. “We are on track to have MuleSoft return to being a tailwind for revenue growth at the back half of the year.”

Salesforce is expected to report its next quarterly earnings this month.

Cloud vendor giants Amazon Web Services, Microsoft and Google Cloud also raised concerns over the economy in their October earnings reports. And Oracle has reportedly laid off hundreds of employees.

Tableau Channel Chief Out

Meanwhile, Tableau channel chief Julie Bennani – whose formal title has been senior vice president and general manager of worldwide partners and alliances – said on her LinkedIn account that her last day with Tableau was Oct. 17.

CRN has reached out to Bennani for comment.

“Sadly, October 17th was my last day with Tableau\Salesforce,” she wrote. “I’ve been honored to lead the global partner ecosystem for Tableau with an amazing team of senior leaders through what has to be unprecedented change during the acquisition, a pandemic, and all the ways of working change we adjusted to.”

She continued: “A deep thank you to all the Tableau partners across the globe who were part of my time and journey! Your commitment to Tableau is phenomenal and I wish you great success moving forward. Go Data Rockstars!!”

Bennani thanked former Tableau CEO Adam Selipsky – now CEO of Amazon Web Services – among a host of other Tableau and Salesforce employees.

Her post about leaving the company received 122 comments, including ones from Behfar Jahanshahi, CEO of consultancy InterWorks; Stan de Boisset, global vice president of partners at Jumio Corp.; Whitney Myers, CEO of Zuar; and Mark Jewett, chief marketing officer for SmartRecruiters.

Bennani is not the only key Tableau executive to leave this year. Tableau Chief Marketing Officer Jackie Yeaney left the company in August and Tableau Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Americas theater Scott Gibbs left in June, according to their LinkedIn accounts.

Dan Miller, Tableau’s chief revenue officer, wrote on his LinkedIn that he is now an adviser to Salesforce while transitioning out of the company.

Wade Tyler Millward

Wade Tyler Millward is an associate editor covering cloud computing and the channel partner programs of Microsoft, IBM, Red Hat, Oracle, Salesforce, Citrix and other cloud vendors. He can be reached at wmillward@thechannelcompany.com.

Tue, 08 Nov 2022 08:30:00 -0600 en text/html https://www.crn.com/news/cloud/tableau-channel-chief-out-as-company-combines-partner-program-with-mulesoft-salesforce
Killexams : Broadband availability: This new map can help you find out what services are available
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The Federal Communications Commission has released a pre-production draft of its new National Broadband Map and wants people across the US to help populate it with information about availability. 

The new broadband maps will be an improvement in accuracy of broadband availability compared to the census block level data the FCC previously collected. The public can view the maps at the FCC's broadband map page where users can search by address or zoom into the maps and click a location. The maps also show which providers are available in each location, while users can get the map data.    

"Today is an important milestone in our effort to help everyone, everywhere get specific information about what broadband options are available for their homes, and pinpointing places in the country where communities do not have the service they need," said FCC chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel. 

"Our pre-production draft maps are a first step in a long-term effort to continuously Excellerate our data as consumers, providers and others share information with us. By painting a more accurate picture of where broadband is and is not, local, state, and federal partners can better work together to ensure no one is left on the wrong side of the digital divide," she added.  

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Now, if the fixed internet services shown on the map are not available at the user's location, users can file a challenge with the FCC through the map interface to correct the information. 

Users can help Excellerate the map's quality by submitting a "location challenge" and fill in any blank spots in the map. If users see wrong information about broadband availability and which ISPs are available, they can submit an "availability challenge". 

Users can also dispute mobile coverage claims by taking a speed test from a phone using the FCC's Speed Test app. The FCC will share aggregated results in a "mobile challenge" that mobile network operators must respond to.  

Currently, the availability data shown on the maps are submitted by ISPs twice a year through the FCC's Broadband Data Collection.

The FCC received its first broadband availability data from ISPs in June. Previously, the FCC's data collection program required ISPs to report services availability in each census block, which allowed partial coverage of the block to be claimed for the whole census block. It led to the FCC historically underestimating the number of households that lacked access to "fast broadband", which the FCC under the Trump Administration defined as 25 Mbps get and 3 Mbps upload (25/3) speeds.     

Rosenworcel in July proposed the FCC should raise the minimum speeds to 100/20 Mbps.  

Tue, 22 Nov 2022 00:23:00 -0600 en text/html https://www.zdnet.com/home-and-office/networking/broadband-availability-this-new-map-can-help-you-find-out-what-services-are-available/
Killexams : MuleSoft Channel Chief McAllister: Joining Us With Tableau, Salesforce Programs ‘Great For The Partners’

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Wade Tyler Millward

‘The real benefit is the ability to understand how all of the (Salesforce Customer) 360 products work together,’ MuleSoft channel chief Dan McAllister says.

A combined partner program for Salesforce and its subsidiaries Tableau and MuleSoft will give partners one contract and one partner portal to work with as opposed to multiple while also simplifying how partners with one subsidiary can expand practices in other areas of Salesforce, MuleSoft channel chief Dan McAllister told CRN in an interview.

McAllister – whose formal title is senior vice president of global alliances and channels – said that the combined partner program has been widely requested by partners. Although San Francisco-based Salesforce has been taking steps to bring in the partner programs of data analytics subsidiary Tableau and integration subsidiary MuleSoft throughout the year, the combined partner program will roll out to partners starting Feb. 1.

“The real benefit is the ability to understand how all of the (Salesforce Customer) 360 products work together,” McAllister said. “In almost every meeting I’m in with our integration partners, in particular, they’re thinking about it in terms of business solutions to the customer.”

[RELATED: Salesforce Cuts Guidance, Reports ‘Measured’ Customer Buying Amid Economic Uncertainty]

The combined partner program will still be led by Salesforce channel chief Tyler Prince. And although the MuleSoft partner employees will still have McAllister at the helm and Slack still has channel chief Richard Hasslacher, Tableau channel chief Julie Bennani departed the company in October.

While partners and customers should benefit from a combined program, Salesfroce itself will have more data available on partner success and specialties, McAllister said.

“We also capture information on them (partners) and how they’re performing, where their skill sets are, what unique IP (intellectual property) they have, what credentials they’ve built over the years,” he said. “And for them promoting into us and for our own internal people understanding the relationship – that’s now all in one place. So it’s efficient for them. It’s efficient for us.”

Here’s what else McAllister had to say.

Wade Tyler Millward

Wade Tyler Millward is an associate editor covering cloud computing and the channel partner programs of Microsoft, IBM, Red Hat, Oracle, Salesforce, Citrix and other cloud vendors. He can be reached at wmillward@thechannelcompany.com.

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Killexams : Battlefield 2042 Will Receive Its Final Specialist In 2023

Battlefield 2042's fourth multiplayer season will add its 14th and final Specialist, developer DICE has announced, as the game pivots to a class-based system.

In a blog post announcing what new content players can expect in the coming months, DICE revealed that a new Specialist--coming as part of Season 4 in early 2023--will be the last new playable character coming to the game's roster.

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"With the return of Classes and our roster of 14 in total, we are happy with the amount of certified and variety of gameplay that they will allow you to experience," DICE stated. "So our focus will be continuing to listen to your feedback in order to expand the sandbox in other ways by bringing design and balance changes for your class-based combat, along with continuing to expand on skins and cosmetics to give you more ways to stand out on the battlefield."

Specialists proved to be a controversial part of Battlefield 2042 from the start, with player-feedback leading DICE to make changes. Early next year, an update will tweak the Specialist system to be more similar to the class-based systems of previous Battlefield games, with each Specialist being assigned a class and a set of gadgets and equipment exclusive to that particular class. The game's final Specialist will be part of the Recon class, DICE confirmed.

In addition to the new Specialist, new maps and additional map reworks are also coming down the pipe. A reworked version of Manifest that will feature "a tighter playspace, improved visibility, cover and sightlines" will arrive in late December, with an overhaul of Breakaway coming in early 2023. The new Breakaway will move the map's iconic oil rig much closer to the rest of the action to create a "more focused playspace." DICE additionally teased a brand-new map coming as part of Season 4 that will be "smaller, shorter, and linear designed for up close and personal, close-quarters combat that Battlefield is famous for."

Though it won't include a new Specialist, DICE confirmed Season 5 is in the works, and will include a new map, battle pass, and more. DICE additionally teased that Season 5 will see the team "lean into previous games and how they can show up in the world of 2042," with the new map possibly taking inspiration from Battlefield 4.

It's been a long road for Battlefield 2042, which launched in 2021 with numerous technical issues that caused DICE to delay the game's first multiplayer season until Summer 2022. Since then the team has steadily improved the game through bug fixes, additional content, and reworks for launch content. Battlefield 2042 was recently added to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate as a result of it coming to EA Play.

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Killexams : Mortgage Credit Availability Lowest Since March 2013

The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) collects data on borrower eligibility (FICO, loan type, LTV, etc) and combines that with underwriting guidelines to determine whether mortgages are getting easier or harder to obtain.  The result is the Mortgage Credit Availability Index (MCAI), and it fell to its lowest level since March 2013 today.

Is this big news? Not entirely.  The most latest update didn't constitute a major departure from the previous number with October falling 0.5% to an index value of 102.

"Much higher mortgage rates and the worsening outlook for the housing market and economy are behind the continued tightening in credit availability,” said Joel Kan, MBA’s Vice President and Deputy Chief Economist. “Lenders continue to reduce their capacity and are eliminating some loan offerings, including certain types of refinance loan products and others that require less than full borrower documentation.”

In terms of the sub-components, the conventional index declined by 1.5%, led by the jumbo sector whereas the government index declined only 0.5%.  Here's a visual on how the subcomponents have fared over time:

The MBA also offers an expanded historical series that provides context from the housing crisis.  It's a great chart to discuss with people who are worried about some sort of mortgage meltdown reprisal.

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Killexams : Tableau Kitchen + Bar owners relaunch the Giving Table for guests to help charities in need

When Tableau Kitchen + Bar at South Coast Plaza opened last December, owners Ed Lee and chef John Park knew that the restaurant needed a Giving Table. The idea was modeled after the Illumination Foundation Chef’s Table Culinary Gala. Lee and Park had participated in the benefit dinner for years.

Park enjoyed creating a themed dining experience. He would plate dishes tableside and Lee poured the wine, while laughing and talking with the diners. But the experience only lasted for one evening. So, rather than executing the philanthropic idea once a year, Park and Lee, who already donate 10 percent of their restaurants’ proceeds to various charities, decided to offer the experience more frequently at Tableau Kitchen + Bar. The duo also owns Toast Kitchen & Bakery in Costa Mesa. (Toast’s second location will open in Tustin on Tuesday, Nov. 15.)

Tableau Kitchen + Bar owners Ed Lee, left, and John Park, who also own Toast Kitchen + Bar, are shown at an event. (Courtesy of Ed Lee)
Tableau Kitchen + Bar owners Ed Lee, left, and John Park, who also own Toast Kitchen + Bar, are shown at an event. (Courtesy of Ed Lee)

In March, Tableau started quietly executing these charity dinners on the restaurant’s custom-designed wooden table, which was crafted from one large log. The linear table cuts through the open-air dining room and acts as a statement piece that separates the bar from the surrounding tables. It’s not tucked away in a private room or hidden in a corner. Instead the linear table puts the diners — and their cause — on display.

The Giving Table dining experience is created for 10 to 12 guests and includes a four-course chef’s menu with an appetizer, petite salad, dinner entrée and dessert. For the experience, the host is charged $50 per person (or $75 with wine pairings) and each guest donates an additional $50 or $100, which directly benefits charity.

The Giving Table experience is available for reservation only. For more information, contact Tableau Kitchen + Bar, 3333 Bear St., Suite 119, Costa Mesa; 714-872-8054; tableaukitchenandbar.com

Jenn Tanaka is an Orange County-based writer. She pens stories for EATER, OC Register, Southern California News Group, and was Coast magazine's managing editor for nearly a decade.

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Killexams : AWS IoT RoboRunner launches into general availability

Amazon Web Services Inc. on Wednesday announced the general availability of AWS IoT RoboRunner, a cloud service that makes it easier for companies to manage their robot fleets.

RoboRunner made its initial debut at the cloud giant’s annual AWS re:Invent conference last year. It’s based on technology that AWS parent Amazon.com Inc. uses in its logistics network. Amazon uses more than 520,000 robots in its fulfillment centers and has a business unit dedicated to developing custom warehouse automation equipment.

Industrial robots are used in logistics warehouses, factories and other facilities to automate tasks such as processing merchandise. Many companies develop custom software to manage their robots. An e-commerce company, for example, might build an application that monitors its parcel processing robots and alerts technicians when a potential technical issue emerges.

AWS’ RoboRunner service is designed to make it easier for companies to create robot management software. The service does so by simplifying one of the most complicated aspects of the task: data processing.

Robot management applications require the ability to collect data from the robots they manage. An application that detects hardware malfunctions, for example, must analyze error logs from a robot’s built-in sensors to determine if it may be experiencing technical issues. 

Collecting data from robots historically required companies to write a significant amount of custom code. The reason is that companies often use robots from multiple suppliers and, in many cases, a separate data collection workflow must be created for each supplier’s equipment.

AWS says RoboRunner simplifies the task. As part of its feature set, the service provides pre-packaged connectors for robots from multiple suppliers. The connectors reduce the amount of custom software that companies must write to collect data from their robot fleets. 

According to AWS, RoboRunner can help companies not only collect data from their robot fleets but also process it. The service aggregates data collected from a company’s robots in a centralized cloud-based repository. Information in the repository can be accessed through an application programming interface.

Because processing robot data is one of the most complex tasks involved in building robot management applications, easing the chore speeds up software development. AWS says that companies can use RoboRunner to build multiple types of software. The service makes it possible to develop applications that can coordinate the work of the robots operating in a warehouse, monitor a robot fleet’s efficiency and detect potential technical issues.

AWS offers RoboRunner alongside another robotics service called AWS RoboMaker. The latter offering is likewise designed to ease software development tasks for customers.

Many robots rely on artificial intelligence algorithms to perform tasks such as navigating from one part of a warehouse to another. To hone those AI algorithms’ accuracy, developers train them in simulated environments that can mimic a location such as a warehouse. RoboMaker, the robotics service that AWS offers alongside RoboRunner, provides a managed simulation environment that doesn’t require developers to maintain the underlying infrastructure.

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Killexams : Chase Young noncommittal about his availability for Sunday

The Commanders activated edge rusher Chase Young to the 53-player roster Monday. That doesn’t mean Young will play Sunday.

Young was noncommittal when asked whether he would play against the Falcons.

Taking it day by day,” Young told reporters, via Ethan Cadeaux of NBC Sports Washington.

Young’s 21-day practice window was closing, forcing Washington to activate him to the active roster by today. He was limited in Wednesday’s practice.

“Chase looked good. He did. He had a good day,” Rivera said. “He showed us some things that we’ve been looking for. We’ll continue to monitor his progress and we’ll see how he does on Friday.”

Young, 23, has not played in more than a year after tearing an ACL against the Buccaneers last season. So, when Young does return, Washington will have him on a pitch count.

He likely plays 12-16 snaps initially, Rivera said, before increasing to 30-35 by the end of the season.

“Sixteen plays, one of those plays can be the play of the game,” Young said. “You just never know. However many snaps I have when I come back, I’ll be prepared.”

Wed, 23 Nov 2022 15:42:00 -0600 en-US text/html https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2022/11/23/chase-young-noncommittal-about-his-availability-for-sunday/
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