Sparked by CEO Thomas Kurian’s customer-centric leadership, Google Cloud continues to climb in the Cloud Wars Top 10. On the strength of its recently posted $2-billion quarter, the vendor has now moved up to #6. New leadership sparks transformation at Google Cloud. While no one has questioned Google’s technological capabilities in the enterprise cloud, under
CEO Thomas Kurian has lit a customer-centric fire under Google Cloud. And 10 key points from last week’s earnings call reveal the major factors driving new levels of success since Kurian assumed control in January. Those drivers have also pushed Google Cloud up one spot to #6 in the weekly Cloud Wars Top 10 rankings.
Eighteen months ago, Alphabet revealed that Google Cloud had experienced its first billion-dollar quarter. Then, for the next five quarters, Alphabet executives declined to disclose any follow-on details regarding Google Cloud revenue. But with its cloud business greatly reinvigorated since CEO Thomas Kurian took the reins 6 months ago, Alphabet disclosed yesterday that Google Cloud
Top cloud vendors are buying, building and partnering their way into the booming business for data analytics, data management and data visualization as business customers demand easy-to-use and modern data solutions that support multi-cloud and hybrid-cloud environments. For those business customers, the rapidly escalating demands of the digital age require enhanced abilities to manage, analyze,
Spending aggressively to enable data-driven customer success, Google Cloud and Salesforce are investing $18 billion through acquisitions to help their business customers deliver better experiences to their consumers by making those businesses smarter about how they use and leverage data. In another clear indicator that the business world is digitalizing rapidly and comprehensively, the bookend
As the enterprise cloud becomes not only completely mainstream but also the unquestioned foundation for digital innovation, we’re launching a series called the Cloud Wars Top 10 Executive Insights to explore the leading vendors’ strategies. First up is Google Cloud, which is ranked at #7 on our Cloud Wars Top 10 list. In a recent
Here's my conversation with Will Grannis of Google Cloud, and the premiere episode of "Cloud Wars Executive Insights." As the tech companies in our Cloud Wars Top 10 rankings drive transformation not just in individual corporations but also in entire global industries, it's essential for business executives to understand the strategic intentions of each of
While Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai and CFO Ruth Porat declined to offer specific details about Google Cloud’s revenue levels or growth rates during Monday’s earnings call, they did offer a few insights during prepared remarks and Q&A. Here’s a look at some of their verbatim statements. And I focused on comments about Google Cloud, which