The hottest Enterprise Substack posts right now

And their main takeaways
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lcamtuf’s thing • 2332 implied HN points • 13 Mar 24
  1. The focus on product security often overshadows the more critical aspect of enterprise security.
  2. Enterprise security faces challenges like employee actions that can bypass security measures, demonstrating the need for a paradigm shift.
  3. Successful security programs accept the inevitability of compromise and prioritize detection, response, and containment over aiming for perfect defenses.
TheSequence • 371 implied HN points • 01 Mar 24
  1. GenAI Productionize 2024 is an industry-first summit focused on productionizing enterprise generative AI.
  2. Participants will learn from leading companies like LinkedIn, Google, and more on how they get their GenAI apps into production.
  3. The event will cover practical strategies for governance, evaluation, and monitoring of enterprise GenAI applications.
Elena's Growth Scoop • 786 implied HN points • 11 Jan 24
  1. Product-Led Growth (PLG) allows products to scale endlessly and adapt quickly to market changes.
  2. Adding sales to PLG is necessary for B2B companies to capture enterprise market and drive growth.
  3. When considering adding sales, focus on complex products, higher AOVs, and the need for sales assistance.
Newcomer • 982 implied HN points • 07 Jun 23
  1. Former Facebook research scientists raise $20 million for a foundation model startup called Contextual AI
  2. Contextual AI's foundation model for enterprises aims to address existing model challenges like hallucination and data privacy
  3. Competition in the foundation model space is intense, with companies like Cohere and Vectara already in the game
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Work3 - The Future of Work • 157 implied HN points • 02 Aug 23
  1. Enterprise Copilots are becoming a norm with AI assistants being built by various players to maximize company potential.
  2. Information is vital in organizations and tools like AI assistants can help capture, organize, and use it effectively.
  3. The evolution of Enterprise AI Assistants is expected to progress from basic tasks to executing actions, and companies like Microsoft are leading the way in developing these tools.
Entry Level Investing • 16 implied HN points • 09 Nov 23
  1. OpenAI is a strong competitor in AI, but they are not infallible across all business lines.
  2. To compete with OpenAI, focus on deep vertical specialization, proprietary data moats, and cloud agnostic solutions.
  3. Consider prioritizing enterprise needs, leveraging open source communities, and recognizing the challenges of being an 'everything company.'
Jacob’s Tech Tavern • 3 HN points • 15 Jan 24
  1. Mobile DevOps for Enterprise can be challenging due to the unique requirements and constraints of mobile development.
  2. Appcircle offers a more streamlined and user-friendly approach to setting up CI/CD pipelines, especially for mobile projects.
  3. Appcircle provides advantages such as simplified infrastructure management, faster build speeds, comprehensive permissions management, and features like tester management and enterprise app store.
The Strategy Deck • 19 implied HN points • 27 Jun 23
  1. Generative AI is transforming enterprise productivity by automating tasks and workflows.
  2. Key segments in this field include AI Meeting Assistants, Business Knowledge Base Platforms, and Application Building Tools.
  3. Companies are developing tools like AI assistants for meetings, knowledge base platforms, and app building tools to enhance business productivity.
Cody's Version • 0 implied HN points • 14 Mar 23
  1. Key differences exist between the operational and strategic approaches to business in the US and Europe in terms of cybersecurity industry.
  2. European cybersecurity leaders often focus on tactical issues, while US counterparts tend to integrate intelligence and security operations into top-level strategic business operations.
  3. European cybersecurity vendors prioritize technical solutions, while US companies offer consolidated platforms with strategic intelligence and rapid-release products.