NetSuite returns to the ancestral home as Oracle pays $9.3 billion for Larry Ellison's 'other' cloud company
Those Oracle buying NetSuite rumors have finally come true and it's costing the former $9.3 billion to beef up its cloud portfolio. Now come the tricky questions...
E-commerce lingerie and swimwear company Figleaves has ditched its bespoke approach to IT in order to focus less on development and more on retailing.
From Monday morning, UK cloud champion Skyscape becomes UKCloud. It's a good name change, even if one of the main drivers for that change was a legal challenge from Rupert Murdoch's Sky empire. Big question is: who's next in the firing line?
Continuing her series on digital intelligence, Barb Mosher Zinck asks: how real is real-time marketing analytics? Any marketer can get historical analytics now - that's table stakes. The state of real-time tools and insights is another matter, but vendors like Webtrends, Adobe and Google are making progress.
One of the high points of Inforum 2016 was a sit down with Jim Ollerton of Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District. He gave us an inside view of a next-generation SaaS implementation, in his case, Infor CloudSuite. He also shared the IT philosophy driving his organization's cloud migrations.
European software giant Sage believes that the SMB market is calling out for an easier way to carry out simple finance requests. Are bots the answer?
The push to cloud services has already hit software-defined networks. But Kurt Marko sees wireless LANS as another cloud proof point. Using Ruckus Wireless as a use case, Kurt explains why the last vestiges of IT infrastructure are already moving to the cloud.
Twitter's coming pretty close to betting the farm on cracking the video advertising market, but CEO Jack Dorsey knows there's a lot of evangelism to be done to make that work!
Pandora's at a tricky point - the scuttlebutt about strategic options continues, while listener numbers are down, even though listening hours are up.