12 months from now, Microsoft will likely bring in $50 billion in cloud revenue. Here are the three strategic reasons why that matters.
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In this podcast episode: ThomasNet.com CEO Tony Uphoff and I discuss the business implications of a changing U.S. workforce made of 50% millennials.
Quarterly revenue misses should be taken seriously. But I’m betting the SAP Q2 stumble was an aberration. Here’s how the company will get back to growth.
Microsoft just announced $11 billion quarterly cloud revenue, besting the combined totals of Salesforce, SAP, Oracle and IBM.
How can IBM’s cloud revenue growth be just 8% for Q2? Just 18 months ago, the company generated more quarterly cloud revenue than Microsoft or Amazon.
The recent Oracle Analytics Summit will be regarded as a turning point, as the company reset its strategy around customers, simplicity and integration.
The SAP-Microsoft alliance continues to pile up big wins: one of Asia’s largest healthcare groups, Zuellig Pharma, will be on Azure by 2022.
“Wayne Sadin on Digital Strategy” episodes will explore the fast-changing and high-stakes world of digital business. We’ll focus on what…
While IBM has laid out a compelling story for why it’s shelling out $34B for Red Hat, lots of questions remain. Here’s the Cloud Wars status check.
The recent announcement of a new partnership between Microsoft and ServiceNow shows how Microsoft is besting Amazon in cloud: customer-centric deals.
Microsoft is extremely likely to crack the $10 billion mark in quarterly cloud revenue when it posts its fiscal Q4 numbers on July 18.
On this first day of the second half of 2019, here are five Cloud Wars predictions about big trends that will define the rest of the year in the industry.
On this episode of Ammirati on Innovation, Sean and I talk about Microsoft and Oracle as bedfellows, balancing customer and user concerns, and much more.
Five vendors stand out in today’s Cloud Wars: #1 Microsoft, #2 Amazon, #3 Salesforce, #4 SAP, and a new addition to list: #5 Oracle.
As business customers demand easy-to-use and modern data solutions, a new arms race is developing among the Cloud Wars Top 10 to answer those demands.
A quick overview of how and why Oracle has jumped ahead of IBM in the Cloud Wars Top 10 rankings, moving from #6 to #5, as IBM growth lags behind.
Each month, Tony Uphoff, visionary CEO of Thomasnet.com, joins Cloud Wars Live for a recurring segment. “Uphoff on Industry” will explore the…
Why I was surprised to hear Oracle execs revert to tired tropes, like Workday being “not competitive,” on an otherwise impactful Q4 earnings call.
A major driver behind Oracle stock hitting an all-time high Wednesday was its revolutionary “self-driving” Autonomous Database.
“We’re seeing very, very rapid adoption,” Ellison said, noting for the first time customer adoption of Autonomous Database on the Oracle Q4 earnings call.