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While hardware peers are seeing heavy sales pressure, many enterprise software giants are doing just fine as businesses learn to love the cloud.
Here are the names we discovered.
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Jim Cramer is bullish on Charles Schwab and SAP, but prefers Nike to Under Armour.
Jim Cramer says some old-line companies are surprising us with good news, and their revival is what's behind a lot of these rallies.
Procurement in Asia is about to get awesome. Following sold-out events in the United States and Europe, SAP Ariba Live is headed for Australia.
Either way, the status quo may not be able to be maintained.
Alphabet's cloud unit will be hard pressed to match the torrid second-quarter growth of Microsoft Azure.
- Helps customers realize expected business outcomes by combining best services from SAP in prescriptive, proactive approach
Stock prices are out of control.
While earnings beat estimates, revenue missed expectations due to a variety of pressures. And earnings quality continues to decline.
European benchmarks had seen a solid session a short time ahead of the close Wednesday after receiving a boost from a number of corporate earnings winners and renewed M&A activity.
Oracle betting on future of cloud.
The chip giant's newest server platform promises big performance gains, and is backed by a powerful ecosystem.
- Expanded portfolio of industry and IoT accelerators enables quick time to value at lower cost
- Provide customers with tools, technology and expertise they need to succeed in today's digital world
What Micron's earnings really said.
The memory giant's outlook didn't blow away expectations the way it did in March. But it also didn't produce any big red flags.
With $2 billion in new cloud annual recurring revenue during the FY 2017, Ellison said Oracle has topped Salesforce for the second consecutive year.
The firms acquiesce in order to gain access to Russian markets.
Few industries are more competitive than technology. Today's consumers - both personal and enterprise - want innovative products at low prices.
Green Cross Corporation (Green Cross), is out to cure the ills of a fragmented, manual procurement process and build a healthy supply chain.
Eric Schmidt, Tim Cook, Jeff Bezos and others will help the government tinker with IT.