Backed by In-Q-Tel, the CIA's venture capital arm, is this company making all of the right relationships to succeed in the big data world?
Can Oracle compete in a new age of Enterprise Technology? Its revenue growth would say yes, but I say no.
Why Box's journey from product to platform is a matter of life or death.
Github has come to dominate the software source code hosting market. Despite limited network effects and ease of multi-homing, Github has managed to tip the market in its favor using clever strategies and an open embrace of open source software.
Slack's humble beginnings as a feature within a game soon became a product with a cult-like following. Is its rapid growth a result of its platform for 3rd party enterprise SaaS integrations, and does that raise switching costs as the platform becomes the home base for the modern enterprise?
Salesforce is winning because it was born in the cloud – while SAP, Microsoft, and Oracle are struggling to balance the transition from legacy cash cows to cloud-based software delivery.
Amazon Web Services has quickly grown to one of the most powerful forces in cloud computing today. With an aggressive product launch tempo and willingness to take on big rivals, AWS is poised to continue its explosive growth.
The Australian firm sells enterprise software directly to teams and anticipates a future in the cloud.