By Vinnie Mirchandani on November 14, 2016
Zach Nelson, CEO of NetSuite tells Diginomica And so I actually believe Oracle’s going to behave more like NetSuite in the future than NetSuite’s going to behave like Oracle. Every company wants cloud DNA. It’s the only DNA we have. I think we’re going to have enormous influence on the Oracle side of the house. […]
By Denis Pombriant on November 11, 2016
Business devours technology in an effort to get ahead in an unwinnable arms race. Often the technology is designed to support the status quo, which is a problem because almost by definition an arms race can only be won by leapfrogging the competition and even then the gains will only be temporary. So it is […]
News Analysis: America In An @RealDonaldTrump Era – Everything International Clients Need To Know PESTEL Part 1.
By R "Ray" Wang on November 10, 2016
SPECIAL NOTE: This post is intended to help international clients understand the true nature of this historic US election and objectively understand the impact to clients. Clients can set up an inquiry for more details specific to their business scenario. This is part 1 of a two part series covering the Political, Economic, and Societal […]
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By Jason Busch on November 10, 2016
Our European readers are likely looking at the news out of the U.S. this morning and feeling shocked in the same way they felt following the Brexit vote. Granted, both elections were equally as close. (Clinton appears to have won the popular vote in the U.S., although the Electoral College makes the election look more […]
By Phil Fersht on November 9, 2016
The traditional Indian-dominated offshore IT services market was already in the throes of desperation to find a new path for itself. Much of the global 2000 has already been pulling back on the traditional “mega deal”, amidst intense competition between a surplus of IT services providers and an increasingly desire to parse out smaller contracts […]
By Vinnie Mirchandani on November 7, 2016
Some of you know Denis Pombriant as a top-notch CRM analyst. I also know him as a historian. I look forward to meals with him where I can hear him talk about N. American history over the centuries. He recently wrote two economic history pieces at Diginomica focused on the Kondratiev wave, here and here. […]
By Phil Fersht on November 7, 2016
It’s time for a big reset. Investments at a huge level must be made in training and education, not handouts to people who’ve just lost interest in working anymore and like to complain the system is rigged against them.
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By Paul Greenberg on November 7, 2016
Dreamforce 2016 was pretty simple. It was a microcosm for Salesforce’s activities and place in the larger maelstrom roiling in the tech world – and a likely indicator of why they will have continued real success in that marketplace. Dreamforce was simple but the context wasn’t.
By David Terrar on November 4, 2016
Microsoft responded to the incredible rise of Slack, the cool “new kid on the block” inter office chat app, with Teams. I watched the live stream of the announcement and was surprised. I expected a Slack alternative, a “Slack killer” even, but what they’ve announced is much more significant. Teams and Slack together signpost the […]
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By Phil Fersht on November 3, 2016
I love blockchain – all the hypesters think its the biggest thing since the Internet, primed to blow up the stranglehold banks and corporates have over the world and how we deal with money, while others are dismissive, viewing the tribalism of governments and their paranoia of loosening up cross-border regulations, as the ultimate impediment behind blockchain ever […]