I expect Microsoft to post excellent fiscal Q1cloud results and dispense with the notion that the sky above the cloud is falling.
New Oracle CX businesses promise to “…to empower whoever gets to the customer first and enable new customer-centric business models.”
Microsoft and Honeywell join forces to deploy new cloud and AI innovations to modernize the industrial landscape here on planet Earth.
Thomas Saueressig, SAP executive board member, shares the differences between SAP’s CX model and Salesforce’s traditional CRM.
Market-cap madness: the market cap of ServiceNow rose to $101 billion while that of its new AI partner IBM slumped to $104.5 billion.
Stream the Cloud Wars Live podcast to hear Wayne Sadin discuss the need for CXOs to understand of how technology drives business value.
During one of the greatest enterprise-tech markets ever, why does IBM have 4 zero-growth businesses with weak connections to its strategy?
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If these companies migrate to Oracle Exadata Cloud Service X8M, that would represent a huge boost for Oracle’s rising fortunes in the cloud.
IBM CEO Arvind Krishna should use Monday’s Q3 earnings announcement to clarify five key issues essential to IBM’s future.
SAP is showing significant growth in all segments and the CX business should quickly become one of its fastest-growing units.
Citrix has put together a 6-point survival guide to help businesses manage cloud challenges with maximum confidence and minimal disruption.
The Citrix Cloud Summit features strategic overviews of digital transformation and the vital role of the cloud in the global digital economy.
Amazon and Carrier Global Corp. partner up to transcend transactional relationships and help customers unleash vertical-industry expertise.
Why IBM CEO Arvind Krishna should keep swinging at every part of IBM that is not precisely aligned with their newly streamlined vision.
Can Microsoft and Google compete fiercely enough to win in revenue and collaboratively enough to keep peace with their major partners?
On the Cloud Wars Live podcast, Sean Ammrati and I discuss the latest in disruptions, including if Oracle or Salesforce will buy Slack.
IDC market study shows SAP has a significantly stronger presence in B2B Digital Commerce than competitors Salesforce, Oracle, and Adobe.
Oracle Cloud and chip partner Nvidia are offering new cloud services to make it simpler and faster for enterprises to deploy AI solutions.
As we head into Q4, here are my thoughts on the 5 world-shaping tech vendors making up the top half of the Cloud Wars Top 10 rankings.
It’s both ironic and fitting that three so-called “legacy” vendors are battling for leadership in the modern and massive hybrid-cloud market.
On the Cloud Wars Live podcast, Bonnie Tinder talks about the need to embrace the challenges that come with digital transformation.
ServiceNow has a $90-billion market cap, which is about exactly half of world-class enterprise-software companies SAP and Oracle.
Salesforce founder Marc Benioff yesterday warned CEOs and top executives that today’s passivity will lead to tomorrow’s irrelevance.
Microsoft is joining Google Cloud and SAP in offering a new generation of AI-powered industry-specific solutions.
Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen continues to back the company’s Digital Experience enterprise business despite minimal growth.
On the Cloud Wars Live podcast, Tony Uphoff and I talk about the gift of speed and how technology is making companies much more agile.