In the latest Cloud Wars Minute, Bob shares details around Larry Ellison’s plans to place Fusion ERP at the center of a new effort to “automate B2B commerce.”
As Bob says in this Cloud Wars Minute, the software giant’s fourth quarter appears to have been a mixed bag due to numerous ambitious projects.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob discusses Oracle’s massive new undertaking to develop a nationwide healthcare database.
In the latest Cloud Wars Minute, Bob examines the company chief executive’s willingness to power through potential downturns.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob takes the whiteboard on the road to examine Salesforce’s strong retention figures.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob examines Microsoft Executive VP Chris Capossela’s belief in the company’s messaging service as a major growth driver.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob discusses Larry Ellison’s comments about Oracle’s healthcare revolution following its acquisition of Cerner.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob recounts recent earnings calls and the need to stay fearless in the face of challenging times.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob expands on co-CEO Marc Benioff’s world tour, his confidence in the company’s Q1 earnings report, and motivated customers.
The company joins Workday and Snowflake in rejecting the notion of a recession, explains Bob.
In today’s Cloud Wars Minute, Bob recaps the recent Workday earnings call and CEO Aneel Bhusri’s confidence in the company’s position.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob explains why Snowflake CEO Frank Slootman feels confident in the company and its future prospects.
Bob examines Salesforce and Workday’s track record of growth and why fewer companies are seeing IT as a cost center.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob looks at earnings figures from the Cloud Wars Top 10, particularly Snowflake’s revenue growth, as indicators for the digital future.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob explains why the market cap for the top ten Cloud Wars companies still demonstrates confidence in the power of the cloud.
Bob details the latest megadeal between Microsoft and American Airlines, which includes the co-creation of a game-changing new app.
The company’s new Global Strategic Customers and Industries organization reflects a renewed emphasis on customer-facing components.
Salesforce is synonymous with the CRM market, but its recent $75 million investment in Vivun could be an indicator of big changes ahead.
Bob continues his discussion on the sustainability boom by covering efforts by Google Cloud and its plans to host a Sustainability Summit.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob outlines Microsoft’s focus and commitment to its sustainability cloud solutions