SAP doesn’t want customers be just winners, but champions in their field, said the firm's co-CEO Bill McDermott as he opened the SapphireNow conference.
Following 2012’s software market conservative growth of 3.6%, the trend is set to continue this year with Cloud, CRM applications, Big Data and analytics being the key drivers.
Despite all the promise of cost savings, economies of scale and increased efficiency, the European public sector is still decidedly reluctant to make any significant investment in the cloud.
Government adoption of Cloud is happening slowly, but is poised to accelerate according to a global study of public sector organisations by management consultancy KPMG.
Rent-A-Center saved millions of dollars by optimising and centralising its purchasing process through the use of Cloud offerings from Coupa and IBM.
Looks like Oracle just hit a speed-bump on the road to the Cloud, but CEO Larry Ellison remains typically defiant and upbeat.
Trends like bring your own device (BYOD), Cloud computing, and big data find decision makers get back-to-basics in tackling network and security challenges, Cisco has said in its Techwatch 2013 report.
As Yahoo changes its description from `media business’ to `technology business’, the question needs to be addressed – are we now too hung up on the hook of `technology’ as the world moves `post technology’?
Local councils have ramped up their adoption of Cloud technologies a new research study has shown that over 57.5% have adopted Cloud computing in the last five years.
2013 will be a good year for the public Cloud market - Gartner has forecast a growth of 18.5% worldwide in 2013, which should hopefully lead to improving competition, quality and variation for Cloud-buyers.