SAP CFO Luka Mucic continues to shoot down claims made by Larry Ellison that a huge SAP ERP customer was on the verge of defecting to Oracle.
On the Cloud Wars Live podcast, Bonnie Tinder talks negotiations with the C-Suite (and especially the CFO) on digital transformation and more.
Stream the Cloud Wars Live podcast to hear Wayne Sadin’s suggestions for CXOs on excellent and inexpensive gear to optimize effectiveness of video meetings.
A few reasons why I believe that Satya Nadella and the Microsoft executive team are extremely pleased with continued hyper growth from Azure.
On the recent Amazon earnings numbers, to clarify: anyone who thinks that AWS is “in trouble” or because its growth rate was “only” 29% is nuts.
As Microsoft cloud revenue soared to $51B on the strength of $14.3B in fiscal Q4, Azure led the way as usual with 50% hypergrowth. But there’s more!
Larry Ellison eschewing the “hybrid” term is part of his attempt to show that the Oracle Autonomous Cloud is different from what everyone else is offering.
In the launch of new cloud services last week, founder Larry Ellison clearly made “autonomous” the third strategic front in Oracle’s plan to beat Amazon.
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In a profound development for Salesforce, its fastest-growing category is “Platform and Other,” surpassing Service, Sales, Marketing & Commerce clouds.
From the Workday fiscal 2021 Q1 earnings call, a collection of key comments from CEO Aneel Bhusri and his executive team on customers, competition & more.
While the two companies are currently strategic partners in cloud, SAP and Google Cloud could soon face off, as both focus on industry-specific apps.
While the prospect of a Q2 downturn is real, the cloud industry’s 3 big hyperscalers generated Q1 revenue of $26.3B, and Amazon topped $10B for first time.
In Q1, Google Cloud again achieved a cloud-revenue growth rate that was significantly higher than much-larger competitors Microsoft and Amazon’s AWS.
Two weeks into his new role, Krishna used yesterday’s IBM Q1 earnings call to explain his plans for returning growth to IBM.
In leading with an “architectural war,” new CEO Arvind Krishna missed a chance to showcase IBM’s true strength and differentiation in the cloud.
IT director Steve Schechter explains why it’s easy for companies to allow their cloud spending to skyrocket, and offers solutions to four common challenges.
In the wake of Oracle’s better-than-expected Q3 results, it can be illuminating to see the world—at least temporarily—through the eyes of Larry Ellison.
Its fast-growing Financials biz and enhanced product lineup have made Workday a very serious competitor vs. traditional heavyweights Oracle and SAP.