Bob Evans shares highlights from his conversation with Oracle’s Doug Smith about Oracle’s new partners, FedEx and JPMorgan.
Bob Evans encourages readers to register for Acceleration Economy’s Partners Ecosystem Digital Summit, happening April 20. As part of the lead up to the event, Bob will be speaking with top execs from the Cloud Wars Top 10 companies.
Bob Evans will be conducting exclusive 1:1 interviews with execs from many of the Cloud Wars Top 10 companies, leading up to Acceleration Economy’s Partners Ecosystem Digital Event.
Universal access to healthcare information – including patient records – is still one of the healthcare industry’s biggest pain points. There are important advances taking place, however.
Though it makes for complex sourcing, healthcare cloud migration can be successfully approached with some classic procurement techniques, writes Joanna Martinez.
Bob Evans reviews the Cloud Confidence Index from the period of February 20 through March 24, with Google Cloud and Microsoft as leaders.
In the latest Growth Swarm podcast, John Siefert, Bob Evans, Tony Uphoff, and Scott Vaughan discuss generative AI’s potential effect on today’s advertising-driven, attention-based economy.
Oracle has laid out its new artificial intelligence (AI) strategy. Bob Evans shares details of this plan, including more intelligence and stronger business outcomes.
CEO Safra Catz and CTO Larry Ellison have recently laid out a new strategy for Oracle that includes artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Bob Evans offers cloud growth guidance for several of the Cloud Wars Top 10 companies, with Oracle, ServiceNow, and SAP being “most bullish.”
Bob Evans reviews the cloud growth guidance from the Cloud Wars Top 10 companies, which suggest that Oracle, ServiceNow, and SAP are leading.
Oracle’s CEO Safra Catz suggests that Oracle’s booming cloud business will grow 50% in the next quarter, after seeing 45% growth in Q3.
Oracle CEO Safra Catz projects 50% growth in cloud revenue in the next quarter, enabling the company to continue down the path of being the fastest-growing cloud provider.
Oracle’s cloud revenue for Q3 grew by 45%, making it the only company in the Cloud Wars Top 10 to achieve that upward trajectory during economic uncertainty.
There’s a lot of complexity that goes into managing different cloud services. Here’s what you need to know before embarking away from a single cloud setup.
Oracle continues to be the fastest-growing major cloud provider, with a recent Q3 growth rate of 45%, Bob Evans explains in this Cloud Wars Minute.
Amid today’s uncertainty, top execs need to leverage frameworks, communication, and their leadership skills, say John Siefert, Bob Evans, Tony Uphoff, and Scott Vaughan in this Growth Swarm podcast.
Oracle, SAP, and Google Cloud are the fastest-growing major cloud vendors in the world, explains Bob Evans, who reports Q4 earnings for the Top 10 companies.
Oracle, SAP, and Google Cloud have proven to be the fastest-growing major cloud providers in the world, explains Bob Evans in reviewing Q4 results.
Today, C-level decision-makers are turning to cloud technology to cut costs, increase efficiencies, grow revenues, engage more customers, and scale.