Computer Economics has an optimistic report on IT spending in 2015 - enough to encourage a skeptic like me. There are implications for cloud budgets, and the changing role of IT.
When you’ve taken a bit of a knock from speculation that your long-anticipated IPO might have to be delayed a little longer, then it’s a good time to pull a mighty big rabbit out of the corporate hat to show off.
Salesforce is going after vertical markets. Enough to overtake SAP? I doubt it will happen anytime soon.
With 5TB of content and 40,000 employees, the tools manufacturer cannot help but move slowly as it begins to push collaboration to the cloud
While the enterprise media fusses on vendor minutia, vital conversations go unrecorded - or so Vinnie Mirchandani contends.
SAP wants to "unleash" its will on the CRM market (and Salesforce.com) - like Russell Crowe unleashing hell in Gladiator perhaps? - through its hybris acquisition. But clearly there are the implications for the ecommerce market and the likes of rivals such as NetSuite. The war in heaven is hotting up again.