Call the SAP Cloud Platform boring? Not quite. In his latest SAP cloud investigation, Dick Hirsch explains why cloud at scale should be boring, with micropaths to monetization.
Professor Brian Cox, academic, CERN scientist and rockstar science evangelist on TV, delivered some helpful, if pessimistic, observations on the state of IT and its capabilities.
The blockchain bandwagon heralds the hottest accounting innovation since double-entry bookkeeping, some say. At OOW17, Oracle just joined the stampede
GE Digital at OOW17 explains how it accelerated Fusion integration to legacy ERP from 12 months to less than 2 months and saved $350,000 with Oracle ICS
Oracle is taking its ERP customers on a fresh journey that includes IoT and machine learning as the guides. Does it make sense? We think so.
Time to re-evaluate Oracle database in the context of IaaS? Probably as Oracle goes all out on automation and security
Remember Veritas, the backup vendor for your clunky on-premises data? Following last year's reboot, this year, the company pitched an expansive multi cloud vision accompanied by the halo glow of Microsoft.
Oracle's autonomous database may not have created may headlines, if anything leaving some confused, but it didn't prevent a late Friday Tweet shower to set up the weekend.
With SAP TechEd season almost upon us, it's a good time to pose the questions SAP needs to answer. I also have views from SAP's Robert Enslin on SCP and integration - and a fresh S/4HANA podcast.
Twilio Studio is a new drag-and-drop visual editor that opens up the communications platform to non-developers when building voicemail and messaging apps
Every application and service used needs the potential to communicate and collaborate with every other application and service, as and when required. This is to role that VMware sees for itself.
Oracle and Apple's announcements last week appear to be strong signals that we are entering the end of a K-wave. Here's why.
Recent hacking scandals point up the need for security by design. Here is one approach that looks promising