The US-based Information Technology and Innovation Foundation suspect the Europeans will use PRISM to undermine the cloud industry in America. But it reckons some more information on what data is being collected will placate the worriers! Wanna bet?
What’s going on with IBM’s cloud revenues? That’s a question the SEC has raised. Although details are sketchy, there are good reasons to believe that the SEC wants IBM to ‘fess up about the strength of that line item. We endeavor to examine why.
Recruitment website operator Reed Online has implemented a mobile-first policy to maximize business flexibility as it moves its IT infrastructure to the cloud.
Marketo has the credentials, the pedigree and the trademark in the marketing cloud space. But in the face of increasing competition from the likes of Oracle and Salesforce.com, do we need to hear it make more noise?
The SAP Americas Partner Leadership Summit in Miami brought SAP’s confrontation with the cloud to a head. For an event not intended for hard news junkies, there were big stories for those willing to read the writing in the sand.
With PRISM, the US government is effectively providing ammunition to those whose own self-interest and political ambition are unlikely to be most supportive of the US – or indeed the global – cloud services provider market.
NetSuite continues to go from strength to strength as it records its first $100 million revenue quarter. As a result, it is upping guidance for the full year and remains bullish about its channel performance.
Chris Kernaghan has a passion (some would say an obsession) for re-inventing IT and closing that persistent IT-business gap. Check out his strongly-worded views on DevOps, cloud, and turning IT from cost center/sinkhole to indispensable.
Enterprise identity and access management vendor Sailpoint has rebuilt its entire product set for the cloud to help manage SaaS and mobile apps. But are large organizations ready to manage identity in the cloud?
Workplace fittings and furniture maker Steelcase has not only upgraded its technology to ease access to cloud apps, it’s also rearranging its workplaces to help employees be more productive with them
Barely a month goes by recently and SAP announces more big announcements. This time it is Jim Snabe, co-CEO who is stepping aside – but not until May 2014. This opens the door to discussion about SAP’s succession plans.
SAP is in the middle of a transformation of a kind we have not seen since the early 1990s. Many question where this leads. Here is one possible scenario. Please note it is heavily caveated.
Fifteen person French startup RunMyProcess will be a crucial component in pivoting global IT giant Fujitsu to become a cloud powerhouse. Unless it gets crushed in the attempt …