Although it scarcely matters in the grand scheme of life, here are some thoughts on what a post-Covid-19 technology industry might look like - and the world beyond. All we know at this point in late March that the effect on our health, liberty and economic status will either be short and sharp, or long… Continue reading What might a post-Covid-19 world look like?
My company - 451 Research - defines Digital Transformation as the result of IT innovation that is aligned with and driven by a well-planned business strategy, with the goal of transforming: how organizations serve customers, employees and partners support continuous improvement in business operations disrupt existing businesses and markets invent new businesses and business models… Continue reading Digital transformation: the what, the why and the how
As it readies the 50th release of its software suite, Salesforce says it is on course to be the fastest technology company to reach $10bn in revenue. It is slated to reach just north of $8bn in the current fiscal year, which runs through January 31, 2017. Its European business is thriving, according to the… Continue reading Salesforce reaches 50th software release & touts machine-learning
Raising large private investment rounds is something of an anomaly in the world of e-discovery software, due to the relative maturity of many of the players and the somewhat modest total addressable market – at least compared to some other enterprise software segments. When kCura, maker of the SaaS-based Relativity e-discovery suite, announced in February… Continue reading Newly minted kCura looks to dominate corporate e-discovery before expanding further
One of the announcements that came out of Salesforce's recent Dreamforce conference is that the Internet of Things (IoT) is its latest area of focus. As the poster child for the SaaS model, Salesforce has already changed the application software business. It has racked up a market capitalization nudging ever closer to $50bn, and revenue… Continue reading Dreamforce: a bit Uber the top, but Salesforce drives into new neighborhoods