IBM has elected to form alliances w/ cloud heavyweights Microsoft, Amazon & Google, according to IBM Cloud senior VP Howard Boville.
The unifying trend that’s boosting Salesforce, Snowflake & Workday’s combined market cap to $500 billion is industry-specific solutions.
Salesforce has oriented more than half its global sales org toward industry-specific goals & objectives in a move to strengthen its position.
Six of the world’s top cloud vendors shared their visions for the future of business, including Industry Cloud Top 10 #1 Salesforce.
On the Amazon earnings call last week, CFO Brian Olsavsky called out machine learning as the primary catalyst behind the AWS surge.
On the Oct. 26 earnings call for Alphabet, CEO Sundar Pichai said that a focus on industry-specific solutions is driving Google Cloud growth.
Salesforce leads the Industry Cloud Top 10. And therein lies the opportunity for the world’s largest enterprise apps vendors: SAP & Oracle.
Industry cloud solutions now account for 12.44% of total revenue at Salesforce, underscoring their emergence as a mainstream part of the biz.
The recent Amazon-Workday reset and Workday’s subsequent engagement with Google Cloud underscore the need for cloud-ecosystem nimbleness.
Selling its enterprise-asset management business for about $2.75B, including $800M in cash, Infor can supercharge its industry cloud services.
Flexing its industry cloud muscles, the world’s most-influential cloud provider Microsoft has taken over #4 on the Industry Cloud Top 10.
Within the careful press release about AT&T moving its 5G mobile network to the Microsoft Azure for Operators cloud is another message.
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During the Industry Cloud Battleground event, EVP Mike Sicilia explained the new Oracle industry cloud suites initiative in detail.
Howard Boville sat down with Cloud Wars Live to talk the IBM & SAP relationship (which is almost 50 years old), industry knowledge, and more.
In a major and meaningful reorganization, Microsoft has moved its data, AI & mixed-reality biz into the Industries & Business Apps unit.
Healthcare-tech giant Cerner saw its stock jump yesterday amid speculation that Microsoft, Oracle and Google could be pursuing it.
I’ve seen speculation that Google Cloud will be the big winner as it swoops in to become the preferred cloud-infrastructure partner for SAP.
SAP is partnering with investment firm Dediq that will pump more than $600 million into a new joint FinTech venture, Fioneer.
Microsoft will “invest deeply in the individual capabilities of industry cloud.” – corporate VP Alysa Taylor on the move to verticalize