OpenStack Summit 2016 kicked off in Barcelona today, with all signs indicating that the open source technology is entering into mainstream adoption in the enterprise.
Microsoft turned in a solid result for Q1 FY2017 but the underlying numbers are all over the map.
ASOS is a UK global success story in the fashion retail e-commerce sector, reaping the benefits of sustained investment in new technologies and wooing its mobile-first, social-first 20-something customer base.
Services partners focused only on large enterprise may be taking a digital risk. As SAP’s Rodolpho Cardenuto explains, they’re missing out on a market segment that represents 95 percent of all businesses.
There was not much new at VMworld, except of course for the AWS partnership – and even that was announced last week. But as more background emerges this could be the bridge that really gets the enterprise users into the cloud and digitally transforming, by not transforming too much to start with.
Weighing the benefits of running VMWare on AWS. It’s not as clear cut as we’d like.
A report released today by 451 Research weighs up the total cost of ownership of private and public clouds, taking into account utilisation and labour efficiencies.
NetSuite’s SuiteConnect conference in London featured a slightly off-the-wall keynote by Prof Nathan Furr. Yet, as straight tech and code-cutting issues become less dominant, his target – how to find business opportunities that exploit disruption rather than wait for it to smack you in the face – has a growing relevance.
Growing businesses need to scale their operations. Workday CTO Stan Swete outlines five essential elements to look for in scalable enterprise applications
How a major European bank is setting about real time monitoring of those important business processes where messing things up can be painful, and expensive.