In this Cloud Wars Industry Cloud Battleground Moment, IBM CPO/CTO of Compliance Technology Doc Vaidhyanathan covers the company’s financial services solutions for long-term strategy.
Bob Evans and Smith’s CIO and VP of IT discuss inclusive leadership and culture, overcoming challenges, and how Workday has transformed the prestigious women’s liberal arts college in Massachusetts.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob Evans shares highlights from his recent interview with Smith’s CIO and VP of IT on the topic of digital transformation in higher education.
In this Cloud Wars Expo Industry Cloud Battleground Moment, Workday’s Tim McCormick explains why public sector workers need hybrid and remote work options.
With its 45% first fiscal quarter cloud revenue growth rate, Oracle is in the ascendancy. Bob Evans asks: Will Larry Ellison and company be able to maintain this blistering pace?
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob breaks down the strategic moves that Oracle has made which led its promotion on the Cloud Wars Top 10.
After the recent multi-cloud deals that Oracle made with Microsoft and AWS, will it announce a partnership with Google Cloud next? As Bob explains, the answer is likely ‘yes.’
Next month’s Oracle CloudWorld would be a great time to showcase a new agreement with Google Cloud, Bob Evans suggests.
Bob evaluates the Cloud Wars Top 10 and ranks the companies based on their current revenue growth rates.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob evaluates the most recent quarterly growth rates of each Cloud Wars Top 10 company and ranks them accordingly.
In this Cloud Wars Expo Moment, VP Sohan DeMel shares examples of the company’s work with large organizations such as AT&T and T-Mobile.
The company’s blueprint for growth includes expansions with top customers on the strength of new features and the continued addition of new functionality.
Surprisingly, Oracle has become a paying customer of competitor AWS in a strategic move for the company to enable multi-cloud interoperability.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob reports Larry Ellison’s strategic move to have Oracle become a paying customer of AWS to compete in the multi-cloud era.
With major expansions among top customers and a robust pipeline of new features, Couchbase signals how it will meet ambitious growth goals.
After Oracle delivered a blowout Q1, its founder Larry Ellison announced further plans to snatch customers from the infrastructure category.
In this Cloud Wars Minute episode, Bob reports and discusses comments made by Larry Ellison during a recent earnings call about Oracle cloud growth of more than 45%, close to 50%.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob reviews comments from Oracle CEO Safra Catz and evaluates the company’s Q1 cloud revenue growth.
The influence of the execution management company on customers now runs the gamut from the top of the corporate org chart to next-gen practitioners in universities.
Salesforce has been heavily investing in its vertical market solutions, pushing the company to the #1 spot of the Industry Cloud Top 10.