Among the factors causing customer concern: Broadcom’s track record, potential to stifle innovation, and licensing terms.
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Customers weighed in on Broadcom’s planned deal to buy VMware. They have concerns, but some note there are technological synergies.
“Cloud is at the heart of most customer conversations,” said CEO Matt Cain, in the database software firm’s recent earnings call.
In Ep. 9 of Cloud Wars Horizon Minute, Tom Smith covers Couchbase’s financial results, which were better than expected. The company also reported major customer wins.
Tom Smith rounds up the Cloud Wars Horizons news highlights of the week.
Plus, cloud-based cybersecurity, compliance, and fraud technology provider DefenseStorm gains $15 million for community bank cybersecurity.
The video communications company enhances contact center integration with Genesys and names a new president. Is it losing share to Teams?
In Episode 8 of Cloud Horizon Minute, Tom Smith breaks down the three biggest developments at the video communications company, which has had a busy week.
The data-science software company introduced a new release of its platform that now supports extended teams in a single-unified cloud environment.
New research underscores the importance of tech skills and culture in driving change — and shows how often projects can go wrong.
Per a new study by Couchbase, 81 percent of enterprises saw digital transformation efforts fail, suffer delays, or be scaled back. Here’s how to keep that from happening.
The RPA leader’s technology, customer successes, and robust partner network position it for ongoing success — even amid economic uncertainty.
The automation software vendor has a number of important developments brewing: embedded delivery for key industries, the importance of sustainability, and more.
Quarterly results show continuing solid demand for cloud services, with customers investing in modern technologies to drive innovation.
The nimble Fargo, N.D.-based startup built its business in the Microsoft Dynamics GP world but is increasingly focused on Acumatica, SQL Server, and cloud migrations.
In Cloud Wars Horizon Minute, Episode 5, Tom Smith discusses the mostly positive news major cloud tech providers had in their quarterly financial reports.
Strong customer demand for automation and cloud technology powered a revenue and earnings beat for UiPath to start FY23.
Demand for automation that streamlines business processes helped the software company deliver better than expected financial results.
Some of the company’s biggest differentiators versus its competition include large reference accounts, top-notch partners, and proactive expansion into major vertical industries.
By leveraging technology, the Wisconsin-based manufacturer of motors and generators has evolved into a clean energy firm. Here’s how the company did it.