What a new study of more than 700 finance leaders reveals about the future of cloud ERP and AI, especially for market leaders Oracle, Workday and SAP.
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.
As Amazon battles with retailers in the grocery-store and drug-store sectors, Microsoft locks down contracts with a number of the world’s top retail chains.
What a recent blog post reveals about how AWS is gunning for victory in the Amazon versus Oracle cloud database competition.
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd is claiming that the enterprise-apps category will at some point in the future balloon to $400 billion.
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.
Dion Hinchcliffe’s 12-point CIO Predictions for 2019 column is superb reading for any person interested business strategy, and digital innovation.
A look at how 3 cloud heavyweights—Oracle, SAP and Google Cloud—are positioning themselves for the coming hybrid-cloud revolution.
What to watch for in the coming hybrid wave. Cementing its future growth and relevance, the cloud industry is warmly embracing hybrid computing.
IBM needs to show customers, partners and investors that it is turning those 9,100 patents and innovations into high-value business solutions.
Larry Ellison using Oracle Autonomous Database to redefine the cloud industry to play to Oracle’s dominant strengths instead of its Amazon-era weaknesses.
Remarks from Microsoft’s EVP and CMO Chris Capossela in late 2018 shed light on Microsoft’s marketing strategy going into 2019.
Hear the Cloud Wars Live Q2 interview: Lou Senko, the SVP/CIO of Q2 and a member of the Forbes Technology Council, joins Bob Evans on the podcast.
Salesforce, SAP, and Oracle’s CRM battle will continue to escalate in 2019. Read why Salesforce is in a great position to dominate the race.
Discover the 5 most-listened-to episodes from the Cloud Wars Live series, the Cloud Wars podcasts arm launched in 2018 to explore digital transformation.
A look inside the makeup of SAP S/4HANA customers, including the size of the group, implementation time, and the business advantages they enjoy.
The most important highlights about the Oracle apps revenue and overall business from its December 17, 2018 earnings call