Oracle CEO Larry Ellison boasts his new in-memory technology performs queries and analytics so fast that beta customers believed that their database was broken! This is seen as a good thing.
We rarely get the opportunity to celebrate the youth of the world but on this occasion we have three very special young people to both honor and cherish. Check out the GENYOUth video set.
A knee jerk reaction to SAPPHIRE Now 2014 might concentrate upon the lack of content. That would be a mistake.
SAP has announced that Fiori and Personas will be included in existing SAP licences and maintenance, bowing to customer pressure.
Microsoft and Salesforce.com have announced they are now the new best of frenemies, so customers like Bernard should no longer be fought over by the former CRM arch-rivals.
Soundings among colleagues and others suggests that simplification will be the principle message at SAPPHIRENow 2014. How easy will it be to deliver?
Workday surprised the market with growth of 74% when analysts were expecting something more in the 62% range. The company is clearly on a roll but being cautious, is maintaining past predictions of revenue in the $730-750 million range for the full year.
A much-needed UI makeover is part of a bigger refresh by cloud ERP vendor NetSuite as it gears up to compete in new markets