When the board of directors at the Dutch online greetings card company balked at investing in yet another Oracle database license, development manager Jan van der Veen went in search of an entirely fresh approach.
Value engineering, big bets on Amazon Web Services and a possible HANA deal with SAP. Infor CEO Charles Phillips takes time out to update us on the latest steps in the firm's transformational journey.
SAP's head of cloud strategy Sven Denecken explains that HANA allows customers to choose cloud, on-premise or both to pursue their business goals
The company believes it can now go to market with a complete suite that talks for itself
The man who gave us the World Wide Web and kickstarted the digital revolution now wants us to decide what sort of web we want for the next 25 years.
The cloud wave is larger than most people think so the issue, particularly for those businesses looking to provide cloud-delivered services, is to try and understand the nature and size of the opportunity, says McKinsey.
The international gaming giant says an intense focus on automation and orchestration — undepinned by virtual hybrid cloud technology from VMware — has “finally” enabled the seamlessly sharing of workloads across private and public clouds.
Organizations need to think in terms of dynamic ecosystems of value if they are to compete as effective digital enterprises, cautions Forrester Research.
According to a leaked document, however, Universal Credit will be protected (phew!)
SAP's provocative view that we have digitized the past has a certain truth but is repeatability the answer? Yes, but only to a limited extent.
Now is a time of endless possibilities for mashing up hardware, software, circumstance and happenstance. Or so says Blake Irving, CEO of hosting firm Go Daddy.