Budget US airline Spirit is in the process of moving from SAP's legacy ECC enterprise resource planning (ERP) software to S/4HANA public cloud but it has had to overcome some challenges on the way to what it says is a very different system for its users to get to grips with.
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Three months after completing its acquisition of the Utah-based SaaS vendor Qualtrics, SAP is bringing 'experience management' capabilities to its customers with a set of 10 initial use cases.
Since being appointed, Thomas Kurian has kept a low public profile, embarking on a broad listening brief across a business he believes can compete with AWS.
SAP has lost another high-profile executive when the head of cloud and 27-year veteran of the company Robert Enslin resigned to pursue 'an external opportunity'.
The newly formed Virgin Trains USA has turned to the integration platform as a service vendor Dell Boomi to link up its various systems ahead of launch.
The German reinsurance giant has built an internal portal giving all employees access to a data lake, with the hope that enterprising employees will create new business models
Now that both cloud storage companies are publicly listed, we dig into the numbers to see why Dropbox is valued so much higher by the market.
Cloud computing gave birth to many acronyms, but none are more important than IaaS, PaaS and SaaS; the building blocks of modern computing.
Microsoft has extended Free OneDrive for Business for the remaining term of existing contracts with rival providers Box, Dropbox or Google.
Both Microsoft and AWS reported impressive cloud revenue figures to start 2018, with Redmond boasting nearly double the year-on-year growth of biggest rival.
As AWS continues to court the enterprise sector, it's hiring a team of ex-CIOs to help translate its technology into tangible outcomes for its biggest clients.
Despite being the most transformational technology of this generation, public cloud computing still has not surpassed the 50 per cent threshold for adoption.
IBM is embarking on a massive transformation of how it delivers technical support to customers, all hinging on one of the biggest deployments of Salesforce's SaaS Service Cloud product.
Tech giant working hard to put a positive spin on the theme of automation.
As the global software vendor continues to sprint towards the cloud it is having to shift its culture, can it succeed?