In his concluding remarks to the Google Cloud Next ’20 keynote presentation, CEO Thomas Kurian struck an empathetic tone, exemplifying his leadership style.
On the Cloud Wars Live podcast, Bonnie Tinder explains why she’s a fan of rapid deployment — but only when it’s done under the right circumstances.
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.
This article is brought to you by Oracle. SKY Brasil IT director Andre Nazare discusses wins the company has had with Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse.
CEO Christian Klein specifically called out SAP’s month-old Industry Cloud suite of applications as a “growth driver” in SAP’s preliminary Q2 report.
On the Cloud Wars Live podcast, Christopher Lochhead asks big questions about the future, like how massive offices will function in the remote-work world.
Having driven ServiceNow to its first billion-dollar quarter, CEO Bill McDermott has said he neds to triple its workforce by 2025 to keep up with growth.
The near-impossible-to-impress analyst Lydia Leong, who wields considerable influence among biz customers, last week offered praise for Oracle Cloud.
Stream the Cloud Wars Live podcast to hear Wayne Sadin explain why COVID has flattened some companies, while others will come out of the crisis stronger.
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.
In an online presentation, the Oracle founder talked about his ambitions in cloud infrastructure, and what Oracle has that Amazon and Microsoft don’t.
First in a 10-part series on the biggest challenge facing each of the Cloud Wars Top 10: Microsoft has forged lots of partnerships. Can it keep them?
Through Workday Launch, it expects to shorten go-live time for HCM apps to 6 months or less and reduce expenses by up to 35%. Your move, Oracle.
Amazon’s new enterprise-cloud business unit is called Aerospace and Satellite Solutions, building on the AWS Ground Station capabilities announced in 2019.
Hear from Sean Ammirati why business leaders need to reject the “impossible” in this moment, like Steve Jobs spurring the creation of Gorilla Glass.
While CEO Christian Klein insists that SAP owns all of its customer relationships, I see signs that its partnership with Google Cloud is deepening.
I expect that when Microsoft releases fiscal-Q4 earnings next month, it will total enterprise-cloud revenue for fiscal 2020 above $50 billion.
Stream the first episode of “Tinder on Customers,” a new Cloud Wars Live podcast series with Raven Insights founder and customer expert Bonnie Tinder.
Building on an alliance launched half a century ago, IBM and SAP are calling their new initiative “the evolution partnership.”
On this episode of the Cloud Wars Live podcast, Tony Uphoff suggests strategies for biz leaders (and everyone) to help quell the monetization of rage.
Last week in Oracle’s Q4 earnings call, Larry Ellison said not a single word about SAP customers defecting to Oracle that he had twice promised.
For the 3 months ended May 31, the Digital Experience business arm of Adobe posted quarterly revenue of $826 million, up just 5%.
Stream the Cloud Wars Live podcast to hear Wayne Sadin break down how companies can (and should) implement modern cloud ERP more easily & cheaply than ever.
Which HCM vendor—Workday or Oracle—gets top billing from industry analysts? Insights from Forrester tell a complex story about the showdown and Fusion HCM.
Guest author Jiri Kram explains the rise of Fintech in the context of the COVID crisis, and what the banking industry needs to do to survive.
Stream this episode of the Cloud Wars Live podcast to hear Charles Araujo on “the new resilience,” and why leaders need to think beyond business continuity.
One of the customer wins that Larry Ellison mentioned on the Oracle Q4 earnings call was Goldman Sachs, which he says had a failed Workday implementation.