Not content with merely transforming healthcare, the Oracle CEO also elaborated on the software giant’s plans to overhaul B2B commerce.
A consulting firm that uses Couchbase’s cloud database as a service, shared insights on how valuable Capella is, as well as how it compares with other databases.
Using multiple cloud systems from different vendors offers a multitude of benefits for healthcare organizations, as Paul Swider writes.
Widespread customer usage of multiple cloud platforms is fueling growth — and additional venture capital investment — for HYCU.
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.”
Among the factors causing customer concern: Broadcom’s track record, potential to stifle innovation, and licensing terms.
Following the acquisition of Cerner, Oracle is on its way to becoming the world’s fastest-growing major cloud provider.
In this ROAD to Cloud Wars Expo, Bob previews this session, which will feature multiple high-level executives detailing specific solutions for cloud-centric businesses and industries.
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.
Customers weighed in on Broadcom’s planned deal to buy VMware. They have concerns, but some note there are technological synergies.
Bob Evans does a deep dive on the healthcare roadmap as outlined by Oracle’s 78-year-old CEO at this week’s “The Future of Healthcare” event.
“Cloud is at the heart of most customer conversations,” said CEO Matt Cain, in the database software firm’s recent earnings call.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob discusses Oracle’s massive new undertaking to develop a nationwide healthcare database.
Having true cloud partners is more important now more than ever for business plans.
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.
The Cloud Wars Top 10 company chief executive suggests that doubling-down on digital transformation is the best way to go for business leaders.
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.
In the latest Cloud Wars Minute, Bob examines the company chief executive’s willingness to power through potential downturns.
Salesforce CFO Amy Weaver recently explained how the company keeps almost all of its customers so happy that they’re eager to re-up or increase their levels of spending.