No doubt, the quarterly numbers Microsoft posted yesterday were impressive and even startling. But the real kick in the pants were the subtle indications from CEO Satya Nadella that its enterprise-cloud business—now on a $40-billion annualized run rate—is only just starting to rock.
“Wayne Sadin on Digital Strategy” episodes will explore the fast-changing and high-stakes world of digital business. We’ll focus on what CEOs and boards must do to lead their companies successfully into the Digital Age. Today, we talk about how companies large and small can harness the power, capability and flexibility of new and emerging ERP solutions.
Two months after offering a compelling glimpse into how Google Cloud will become an aggressive and highly capable competitor in the Cloud Wars, CEO Thomas Kurian this week must win the confidence of customers and partners during the company’s highly anticipated Next ’19 event by filling in the details about core positioning, industry solutions, and customer-success stories.
Below is a lightly edited transcript of my first Cloud Wars Live conversation with tech industry veteran Wayne Sadin, recorded in September 2018. Bob Evans: Our guest today is Wayne Sadin, who has been a CIO, CTO, and CDO at multinationals, ranging down from there to startups. I’ve met Wayne on LinkedIn and Twitter, where he
At the ripe old age of 82 and having become the world’s largest automaker, Volkswagen AG is undertaking a massive transformation to surge into the wild new world of digital as a software company that provides mobility services and information rather than just cars, trucks and buses. Centered on the Volkswagen Automotive Cloud developed in
Killer CEOs: Unless Trust Is #1 Priority, You’re Destroying Company Brand, Says Salesforce’s Benioff
Marc Benioff has spent the last 20 years building an iconoclastic company brand and a personal brand, and his unique approach toward engaging with the world was on full-power display at a recent technology-investors conference where he spoke not about cloud, ML and IoT but rather trust, values and culture. Asked if the uneasiness many