Snowflake, Workday, and Salesforce experience the greatest market cap percentage gains among the Cloud Wars Top 10. The index reflects customer confidence in these firms.
The Cloud Wars Cloud and AI Confidence Index reaches an all-time high, led by Microsoft, Google, and Amazon, which all gained well over $1 trillion in market cap.
IBM research gives CEOs advice on how to ensure people and skills adapt to GenAI, top use cases to consider, and where they can get the most bang for the buck.
In the realm of quantum computing, IBM shines with milestones that include the Condor processor’s 1,121 qubits and the strategic transition to the Heron processor.
IBM has expanded the list of countries — to include four in Europe — in which partners can sell IBM applications listed in the AWS Marketplace to customers.
SAP is investing significantly in AI for future success and reconstituting positions to meet customers’ evolving needs.
Google Cloud claims the #1 spot in the Cloud Wars growth chart with a 25.7% growth rate and $9.2 billion in revenue, amid shifting industry dynamics.
Google Cloud has a narrow lead on the Cloud Wars growth chart; Microsoft’s growth is remarkable; and the GenAI Revolution continues to impact the top cloud vendors.
A reflection on Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s tenure, which has seen the remarkable transformation from a ‘Cloud-First’ vision to Microsoft’s dominance in the cloud.
Five process mining products to watch — from Abbyy, IBM, Mehrwerk, Microsoft, and ServiceNow — underscore the category’s increasing reach into automation, task mining, unstructured data, and more.
Overview of business intelligence and reporting tools to watch delivers an explanation of key features such as AI-enhanced analytics, data visualization, and cloud functionality.
IBM CEO Arvind Krishna emphasizes customer-centric innovation and co-creation, shifting from traditional selling to shared thinking, innovation, and opportunity with partners for mutual growth.
Organizations must get more technical and technology-oriented as well as stay committed to their customers’ success, IBM CEO Arvind Krishna says.
Key insights from an interview with IBM CEO Arvind Krishna on the company’s strategic shifts, customer-centric approach, experiential selling, and co-creation with clients and partners.
A look into the enduring significance of IBM mainframes, specifically COBOL’s lasting role in modern banking technology amid the rise of AI.
Innovation often comes from start-ups, but several of the biggest software firms — AWS, IBM, Microsoft — are able to prove their technology in their own complex supply chains.
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.
As technology and business strategies converge, the CEO Outlook 2024 series dives deep into insights from Cloud Wars Top 10 CEOs. Don’t miss the exclusive interviews, starting with SAP’s Christian Klein.
In the Cloud Wars Outlook 2024 series, CEOs from top companies including Google Cloud, Oracle, SAP, and more share insights on technology trends, culture, and strategic visions for the future.
Our top products to watch this year range from applications with comprehensive supply chain functionality to transportation-focused specialty apps.