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Cloud Computing’s Greatest Danger – And Richest Opportunity

For several years now, the technology industry has been engaged in the noble pursuit of delivering more power and speed and elegance into the hands of users, and the results are clear in every facet of our lives—from political...
Marc Benioff’s Untraditional Love Affair with SAP

Marc Benioff’s Untraditional Love Affair with SAP

It’s comforting to know that and “have a very good relationship with ” and that Benioff himself has “a very good working relationship with Bill McDermott,” the co-CEO of . So, given that everything between the two companies is...
Larry Ellison Calls Out Workday for ‘Two Fundamental Mistakes’

Larry Ellison Calls Out Workday for ‘Two Fundamental Mistakes’

During ’s quarterly earnings call this week, CEO used a rather inoccuous question about object-oriented programming to cite Workday as the only cloud company “on the planet” that doesn’t use a database. And that decision of omission is one...
Clayton Christensen on the Origins of Creativity

Clayton Christensen on the Origins of Creativity

What’s  the origin of creative genius? Why is true creativity so abundant in some people and an utterly foreign concept for others? Is it purely a matter of biology and genetics? Is it something we learn? Is it the...
Apple’s Stupendous Success: The Top 10 Reasons from CEO Tim Cook

Apple’s Stupendous Success: The Top 10 Reasons from CEO Tim Cook

While most companies today would love to be able to claim growth rates in the high single digits, ’s revenue last quarter grew 73%. How did achieve that? While most people agree that sales of tablets will soon top...
SuccessFactors’ Lars Dalgaard: SAP Will Turbocharge Our Innovation

SuccessFactors’ Lars Dalgaard: SAP Will Turbocharge Our Innovation

A few weeks ago, on his way to a town hall meeting at SAP’s global headquarters in Germany, SuccessFactors’ irrepressible CEO Lars Dalgaard tweeted, “Going 220 km/h with SAP security detail down the Autobahn is good analog of our combined future!” And...