Tech industry veteran Wayne Sadin talked to me about digital transformation, C-Suite responsibilities, IT spending in the cloud, and more.
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Read the transcript of my conversation with Microsoft Services CTO Norm Judah for insight into current Microsoft projects and what comes next.
The Salesforce Q4 2018 earnings call revealed that the company is somehow managing to scale up an scale out in multiple dimensions simultaneously.
My take: if Workday can back up its big claims about fast, low-cost deployments for customers, Oracle and SAP will have no choice but to catch up.
At the recent Goldman Sachs conference, Marc Benioff used his time to focus on CEO responsibility for social and cultural issues. Read my reaction.
ExxonMobil and Albertsons are the latest massive companies to buy Microsoft cloud to accelerate their digital transformations. Here’s why it matters.
What I find most interesting about Microsoft corporate VP for Azure marketing Julia White’s recent comments about SAP workloads migrating to Azure.
CEO Thomas Kurian revealed that Google Cloud’s established significant presence in about half of the world’s top 10 companies in multiple sectors.
Some compelling numbers about Microsoft’s new “IP co-sell partner program” and more partner strategies that the company is pursuing.
Hear the Cloud Wars Live interview with Red Wing Shoes CIO and board member Marc Kermisch, who also heads up the company’s innovation center, The Garage.
Qualtrics has become “the crown jewel of the company,” says SAP CEO Bill McDermott—and that the recent acqusition is driving SAP’s transformation.
Within ServiceNow’s Q4 revenue growth, the most interesting story is how ServiceNow is creating a new category within SaaS by connecting siloed workflows.
Microsoft has posted 2018 cloud revenue of $32.2 billion, giving it an insurmountable lead as the world’s largest cloud provider over Amazon.
SAP CEO Bill McDermott vowed that his company’s $8-billion acquisition of Qualtrics will trigger “the biggest growth opportunity I’ve ever seen.”
SAP today predicted that its SAP cloud revenue will triple by 2023, thanks to its Qualtrics acquisition and the emerging “experience economy.”
During IBM’s quarterly earnings call this week, CFO Jim Kavanagh mentioned “hybrid” 28 times, focusing on the IBM Future Hybrid Cloud,
The Microsoft-Kroger partnership allows the grocery giant to morph into a technology company that develops and sells modern cloud-based retail solutions.
IBM today said it has signed a cloud deal with BNP Paribas that one analyst believes could be valued at $2 billion, setting up a big 2019 for IBM.
IBM’s new hybrid cloud megadeals show why the vendor has retained the #5 spot in the Cloud Wars Top 10 here at the outset of 2019.
My list of the world’s top 5 cloud vendors, including both cloud-natives and “legacy” veterans, and what they’ve done to earn the lofty spots.