Kieron writes about how IKEA, Threadless, and other companies are increasing customer engagement by co-creating with them on new products.
Kieron explores what Microsoft’s acquisitions signal about the way it will utilize the cloud in the Metaverse.
Microsoft’s new deal with the NYC Department of Environmental Protection to secure the city’s water supply demonstrates the power of the cloud.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob explains a recent story posted to Microsoft’s website, which explains the ERP deal that the company won in 2019. In this deal, Microsoft’s client is New York City’s Department of Environmental Protection, who aim to replace old mainframes in efforts to deliver fresh, safe drinking water to residents.
In this Cloud Wars Expo Moment, Microsoft’s Tony Evans covers customer challenges such as quick reaction times, anticipating change, forging relationships, and adapting to workplace transformation.
In Data Modernization Minute, Ep. 32, Wayne Sadin explains Microsoft’s Power BI Suite within the context of Walmart, the world’s largest retailer. The company’s financial team has recently announced their adoption of this tool.
In this episode, Bob discusses AWS’ current customer strategy and its Q3 revenue growth rate, which increased by 27% from Q2, according to CFO Brian Oslavsky.
In this episode, Bob reviews the third quarter results for the top five Cloud Wars vendors, remarking on how both Oracle and SAP have shed “old stereotypes” thanks to particularly fast growth rates.
As he takes a closer look at the third quarter results for Google, Amazon, and Microsoft, Bob puts the numbers into context, and suggests what they might mean for the providers going forward.
Google Cloud had their “big moment” as they saw a 2% growth rate increase, while Microsoft and AWS saw a decline in their growth rates for Q3. Google Cloud is an example of a cloud provider that is offering value to customers, which is being reflected in their fortunes.
Google Cloud has three great bits of news coming out of the third quarter. Bob explains why this bodes well for its place in the Cloud Wars.
In a stunning Cloud Wars Top 10 development, Google Cloud added as much new cloud revenue as market leader Microsoft, continuing to show that its business is on an upward trajectory.
In episode 23 of the Growth Swarm podcast, John, Bob, Scott, and Tony share major themes – customer centricity and partner ecosystems – that were prominent at three recent tech events.
In this Cloud Wars Moment, Bob applauds Google Cloud, which is 4x smaller than Microsoft, yet increased its cloud revenue by $6 billion and grew 37.5%.
Wayne Sadin’s analyst take on Larry Ellison’s Oracle CloudWorld keynote highlights comments on the expanded multi-cloud nature of the Microsoft partnership and plans for the future of healthcare.
In My Metaverse Minute, Ep. 188, Kieron Allen explains why the new Meta Quest Pro VR headset’s $1,500 price tag could be its saving grace.
Bob Evans reports on Larry Ellison’s evocation of the multi-cloud phenomenon and in which direction it’s evolving.
In episode 183, Kieron comments on the recent news that Microsoft will make its Mesh and Office 365 work apps available on Meta Quest devices
On the heels of a cloud alliance with Microsoft, Kyndryl allies with Google Cloud, giving mainframe customers more cloud choices, as Tom Smith explains in episode 57 of the Cloud Wars Horizon Minute.
Bob Evans sheds light on how this partnership will help customers as the multi-cloud mindset becomes the standard.