As the enterprise cloud becomes without question the foundation for digital business, we’ve graded the Top 10 vendors. This is the Cloud Wars report card.
My take on the shocking new partnership between Microsoft and Oracle, and what each powerhouse cloud vendor gets out of the deal.
“We’re starting to see things at this tipping point, after which unstoppable change occurs.” I spoke with SVP Steve Daheb about Oracle Cloud breakthroughs.
“Preparing for Unstoppable Change” | Watch or stream my conversation with SVP Steve Daheb about Oracle’s cloud strategy, Autonomous Database, and more.
This episode is sponsored by Apps Associates. I spoke with 2 Apps Associates execs about cloud migration myths, based on a survey of 300+ decision-makers.
SAP on its own and Microsoft and Adobe together look to turn the CRM marketplace upside-down and position Salesforce as a behind-the-times “legacy” vendor.
Read my interview with Murad LLC Senior Director Rishabh Sinha. We discussed how internal digital transformation impacts employee and customer satisfaction.
Oracle has become the most highly touted and heavily hyped (autonomous database) product ever introduced by Oracle—and perhaps by any tech company.
I read through Oracle EVP Steve Miranda’s Miranda blog post released this morning as Oracle kicks off its Modern Customer Experience event in Las Vegas.
Larry Ellison broadened his “bet the company” statement to encompass Cloud Applications and Cloud Infrastructure, indicating where Oracle’s future stands.
My take: if Workday can back up its big claims about fast, low-cost deployments for customers, Oracle and SAP will have no choice but to catch up.
The big story: Workday Financials has become self-sustaining, putting Workday squarely up against cloud ERP competitors Oracle and SAP.
Oracle’s Autonomous Database customer TaylorMade Golf recently reported that the company’s database performance has improved by 40x. Read my reaction.
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.
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.
A look at how 3 cloud heavyweights—Oracle, SAP and Google Cloud—are positioning themselves for the coming hybrid-cloud revolution.
Larry Ellison using Oracle Autonomous Database to redefine the cloud industry to play to Oracle’s dominant strengths instead of its Amazon-era weaknesses.
The most important highlights about the Oracle apps revenue and overall business from its December 17, 2018 earnings call
Cloud heavyweights Oracle, SAP and Workday continue to compete savagely in terms of mission-critical cloud ERP growth going into 2019.