Citing a demand increase of industry-specific solutions, Bob presents the new rankings of the Industry Cloud Top 10.
In this Cloud Wars Horizon-Cloud Wars crossover minute, Tom Smith and Bob Evans discuss the strength of cloud company earnings.
Following the acquisition of Cerner, Oracle is on its way to becoming the world’s fastest-growing major cloud provider.
In the latest Cloud Wars Minute, Bob examines the company chief executive’s willingness to power through potential downturns.
Bob looks at the growth trajectories of these SaaS stalwarts over the past year to see if their performance inspires confidence in continued extraordinary results.
Bob examines Salesforce and Workday’s track record of growth and why fewer companies are seeing IT as a cost center.
The cloud provider’s quarterly numbers are sure to draw extra scrutiny as a portender of things to come for the entire enterprise-cloud business.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob looks at earnings figures from the Cloud Wars Top 10, particularly Snowflake’s revenue growth, as indicators for the digital future.
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.
As the first reporting period of 2022 comes to a close, Bob reports the hottest cloud companies and their growth rates.
As Q1 comes to an end, Bob reviews the growth rates of the Cloud Wars Top 10 and identifies the hottest cloud provider.
Cloud revenue growth exploded across the Top 10 vendors in Q4, which conveys important truths about the present & future business world.
Microsoft is closing out 2021 with cloud revenue that should reach $22 billion for Q4 and $80 billion for the calendar year.
In Q4, who’s the hottest cloud vendor of them all? Can AWS best Microsoft in growth for another quarter? Let’s peer into the crystal ball.
Watch to hear Bob Evans’ predictions for each Cloud Wars Top 10 vendor’s calendar 2022 cloud revenue total and growth rate.
From #1 Microsoft at $80 billion to #10 IBM at $26 billion, Bob Evans shares his projections for the Top 10 vendors’ cloud revenue totals for calendar 2021.
The vision of CEO Thomas Kurian has helped push Google Cloud to the #3 spot in the weekly Cloud Wars Top 10 rankings. Read more here.
IBM has outlined its specific focus on four heavily regulated industries and feels bullish about its opportunities with industry clouds.
IBM has elected to form alliances w/ cloud heavyweights Microsoft, Amazon & Google, according to IBM Cloud senior VP Howard Boville.