The breadth and volume of offerings at this year’s re:Invent shows that, like its parent, AWS wants all your business – truly it’s the Amazon of cloud IT
It may have 500 million registered users, but really, Dropbox is now far more interested in adding to its 200,000 corporate user base and sees collaboration tools, together with a rich array of technology partners adding a wide range of specialised tools, as the way to get both there, and possibly onto the public stock market.
Enterprise integration vendor Snaplogic raises $40m for global expansion in its mission to connect enterprise apps and data across cloud and on-premise
European regulators have signed off on Microsoft’s acquisition of LinkedIn, despite anti-trust objections raised by former BFF Salesforce. Now it’s onwards to save the world, it seems.
A Trump Presidency and post-Brexit vote uncertainty have slowed down CEO decision-making, says Workday CEO Aneel Bhusri. But the cloud HCM and financials firm continues to rack up the customer logos.
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd presided over the first drill-down into the future direction for NetSuite following its acquisition. The message of the day was simple – the same, but more of it.
‘Lingerie manufacturer suffers critical system crash’ may not be as exciting as any headline containing the words ‘wardrobe malfunction’, but it proved to be the start-point for the company’s journey into experimenting with both the potential risks and benefits of moving to a hyper-converged infrastructure.
Today is World AIDS Day and the Salesforce Tower in London is turning red in honor of the battle to secure an AIDS free generation. Charity (RED) is leading the charge with the help of cloud computing tech.
Enterprises, vendors and their partners must adopt a new mindset to avoid becoming cloud ‘have-nots’, SAP SuccessFactors president Mike Ettling tells me
Use cases like Gatwick Airport are providing powerful proof points for Splunk’s pitch to provide the “ubiquitous machine data fabric” for organizations.