SAP is investing significantly in AI for future success and reconstituting positions to meet customers’ evolving needs.
In 2024, the challenges of AI adoption, cloud migration, and cultural shifts take center stage for CIOs striving to align IT with business.
From generative AI to big data/analytics platforms to on-premise clouds, the Cloud Wars Top 10 have served up an innovative set of products to watch in 2024.
In a Celosphere 2023 discussion, PepsiCo leader Chris Knapik explains how new Celonis products including business process modeling and generative AI will deliver value.
Oracle’s Larry Ellison and Microsoft’s Satya Nadella are redefining competition and collaboration norms
Q3 results show Microsoft, Google Cloud, and AWS have unique responses to evolving market dynamics, along with insight into the potential disruptor, Oracle.
Microsoft’s 24% increase in cloud revenue for the fiscal quarter was boosted by its partnership with Oracle. The partners are enabling multicloud access to the Oracle database via Microsoft Azure.
SAP reported Q3 revenue of $3.82 billion, with its S/4HANA Cloud ERP suite surpassing $1 billion in quarterly revenue for the first time.
Oracle and Microsoft are embarking on a transformative cloud partnership with potential to reshape the tech industry’s approach to collaboration for improved customer outcomes.
In today’s business landscape, the synergy between partners and sustainability drives transformative strategies across industries.
Microsoft has launched AIM, a program to help businesses migrate their on-premises applications to the cloud with a focus on AI-guided productivity and competitiveness, in an initiative similar to SAP’s RISE program.
Snowflake CEO Frank Slootman notes that business customers have shifted from extreme cost-cutting measures to a more confident outlook, resulting in improved spending on data technologies and cloud-based services.
There are some key factors that CFOs must evaluate when managing cloud spend as they invest in cloud migration.
Business leaders are shifting from cost-cutting cloud optimization to investing in cloud migrations, data applications, and AI deployments. Microsoft is poised to capitalize.
Cloud investments are poised for a rebound as Microsoft’s recent Q4 results, and commentary from company leaders, indicate.
When migrating financial software to cloud infrastructure, make sure you’re getting the cost savings, operating efficiencies, and transparency you expect.
Bill Doerrfeld explains how cloud-native software components reduce costs, improve resiliency, increase elasticity, facilitate more rapid development, and democratize e-learning.
Though it makes for complex sourcing, healthcare cloud migration can be successfully approached with some classic procurement techniques, writes Joanna Martinez.
Wayne Sadin delves into the advantages of cloud migration and why CTOs should make it a priority.
SaaS products need secure foundations so that CIOs and CISOs can design successful and productive applications that mitigate risk for the organization.