The three fastest-growing tech companies in the Cloud Wars Top 10 each rang up revenue-growth rates of 41% in the first three months of the year as businesses across every industry are making the cloud the foundation of their digital futures.
The IBM Q1 earnings announcement yesterday reveals that while IBM’s cloud business almost reached $20 billion in revenue for the 12 months ending March 31, its growth rate is lagging significantly behind those of all of IBM’s major cloud competitors.
In launching a hybrid platform that can solve one of enterprise IT’s most-difficult challenges, Google Cloud has greatly intensified the competitive heat on Microsoft and Amazon. Anthos will set a new level of expectations among business customers, who will soon demand that all of their cloud vendors offer similar capabilities.
After we recently posted our list of the 10 largest cloud vendors by revenue, some readers asked about growth rates among the Cloud Wars Top 10. Since we’re always eager to engage with such questions, here are some compelling figures on the major cloud vendors’ growth rates.
If it’s true that your enemies are a good reflection of who you are, then it’s clear that Salesforce is a customer-company dynamo. Three of the world’s most-powerful companies have high hopes of carving into the huge market shares and growth rates that Salesforce has earned over the past decade as the undisputed king of CRM.
The first quarter is drawing to a close. 2019 is shaping up to be an explosive year for the world’s top cloud-computing vendors. So here’s a question for each company in my Cloud Wars Top 10 ranking.
As one of the greatest growth markets in the tech industry’s history is just beginning to hit its stride, the 10 biggest enterprise-cloud vendors racked up total revenue of almost $120 billion during 2018, led by #1 Microsoft at $32.2 billion, #2 Amazon at $25.7 billion, and #3 IBM at $19.2 billion. The biggest surprise