Larry Ellison plans to reshape the cloud next week - with a bit of help from NetSuite, Salesforce.com and Microsoft. Not bad for someone who used to struggle even to say the word 'cloud'.
Even as its license sales are depressed by SaaS take-up, CEO Larry Ellison suggests cloud will – eventually – prove more lucrative for it than on-premise software.
Datacenter operator Equinix wants enterprises to think of its facilities as exchange points for connecting to cloud service providers. Its recently opened AM3 datacenter is built with cloud computing in mind.
I ran out of patience with the Chromebook. What was the experience of going back to PC World? Surprisingly good.
To be a billion dollar marketing cloud company. That's a stated ambition of Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff, but Shantanu Narayen, CEO of Adobe, wants to beat him to it.
Sina Moatamed has written a series of provocative posts on the cloudy enterprise, most recently The Office of the Cloud CIO. But what about the day-to-day predicaments of IT executives? And how does his visionary take clash with the real word uncertainties provoked by PRISM? There was only one way to find out.
When HP falsely claimed Workday had abandoned Amazon for its own HP Cloud, the gaffe illustrated a gulf in understanding between the enterprise and cloud computing worlds
Today's Think G-Cloud conference in London provides a timely reminder of why the new direction of digital government is so essential to prevent further monstrosities like the NHS's grand IT nightmare.
Europe is following the US lead on open data in a digital government age with the European Parliament implementing new rules designed to ensure that non-personal information hoarded by governments can be accessed cheaply and used to make new applications.
Omnichannel strategies will work if organisations remember that at the end of the day it's all about interacting with the customer, not a pursuit of the latest fashionable buzzword.
It's clearly a week for dusting down those old digital nation strategies and giving them a lick of paint. Australia's national government - with an eye to forthcoming elections - has beefed up its own policies. But to what effect?
If you're looking for technology adoption then you're into change. But what might you do to gain attention and then entice people to get interested in what you have to say? Slideshare could be the place to start finding ideas.