Over the last three months, the Cloud Confidence Index (overall) was up by 23.3% for a total market cap of $6.51 trillion. Bob Evans reports which companies stood out.
In the last three months, the Cloud Confidence Index grew 23%. A few of the Cloud Wars Top 10 companies stood out, and Bob Evans explains why.
Bob Evans reviews the Cloud Confidence Index from the period of February 20 through March 24, with Google Cloud and Microsoft as leaders.
The Cloud Confidence Index grew 6.1% in March vs. February. Bob Evans reviews the market caps for each Cloud Wars Top 10 company.
Bob Evans explains how and why the combined valuations of the Cloud Wars Top 10 rose more than $100 billion in the past month.
Bob Evans reviews the latest updates to the Cloud Confidence Index, highlighting market-cap growth among Cloud Wars Top 10 companies in the last 30 days.
In Q3, all of the Cloud Wars Top 10 companies demonstrated exceptional growth — except Salesforce. Bob reviews the numbers.
In this episode, Bob reviews the market cap of Cloud Wars Top 10 legacy companies and why they are outperforming the cloud natives.
In this episode, Bob shares his thoughts on the recent news that Bill McDermott has been named as chairman of ServiceNow, where he has been the CEO for the past three years.
With the stock market correction, Bob evaluates the market cap and the Cloud Wars Top 10 companies’ relative valuations.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob explains why the market cap for the top ten Cloud Wars companies still demonstrates confidence in the power of the cloud.
For Netflix – the one-time giant of streaming – the recent debacle puts a spotlight on how quickly business & customer expectations change
The Cloud Wars Top 10 vendors saw their combined market cap valuations soar by almost $5 trillion in the 5 years since January 2017.
5 years ago, Bob Evans, Cloud Wars Founder, had a hunch that the cloud revolution would be unlike anything the tech industry had ever seen. Spoiler – he was right!
Market-cap madness: the market cap of ServiceNow rose to $101 billion while that of its new AI partner IBM slumped to $104.5 billion.