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Event Report - Google Next 2019 - Google puts more arrows in the cloud quiver
"Digital Transformation and Verticals are added to the leitmotiv – Not surprisingly with Kurian there was the entry of the three-bullet slide – what matters are the new messages and since Google Next, they are Digital Transformation and Verticals. Both not brand new, from an influence perspective Digital Transformation is already a bit ‘tired’ but to be fair most enterprises have not been digitally transformed. Messaging needs to appeal to the bulk of existing and prospective customers, and this will likely work. Verticals are a new message, but something that the ‘As’ (how Google refers to Amazon and Azure) have woken up to as well. But Kurian brings a SaaS perspective: When I asked him if Google can win in Verticals without SaaS offerings – he smartly replied with the Media industry as an example where Google can play (and traditional ERP vendors have fallen short, as Kurian knows first hand from Oracle)."
cloud  constellation  research  futurist  google  platform  next  holger  mueller  iaas  nextgenapps  paas  trusted  advisor 
3 days ago by jonerp
Why does G Suite keep kicking into Microsoft’s goal post? #googlenext19
"The tragedy in all of this is that Google does have the best capabilities, the best real-time interplay and the absolute best NLP in the market. All sitting atop GCP which remains the best-kept secret on Planet Enterprise. Thanks in part to GCP and in part to the genius of Kahuna co-founder and CTO Jacob Taylor and his team, at Kahuna we on-boarded 80 million consumers in a single day, with zero dev ops support.

And yet, Google misses the forest for the trees by deploying these maddingly sophisticated resources only towards improving the “how”, vs re-imagining the “what”."
featured  posts  technology  software  collaborative  organizations  digital  transformation  enterprise  and  social  sofware  google  next  2019  goognext19 
7 days ago by jonerp
Why does G Suite keep kicking into Microsoft’s goal post? #GoogleCloudNext19
"The tragedy in all of this is that Google does have the best capabilities, the best real-time interplay and the absolute best NLP in the market. All sitting atop GCP which remains the best-kept secret on Planet Enterprise. Thanks in part to GCP and in part to the genius of Kahuna co-founder and CTO Jacob Taylor and his team, at Kahuna we on-boarded 80 million consumers in a single day, with zero dev ops support.

And yet, Google misses the forest for the trees by deploying these maddingly sophisticated resources only towards improving the “how”, vs re-imagining the “what”."
collaborative  organizations  digital  transformation  enterprise  and  social  sofware  google  next  2019  goognext19 
7 days ago by jonerp
Google’s Enterprise Ambitions – Google Cloud Next ’17 Report - by @krishnan
"I have long been advocating that Google’s path to relevance in the cloud is through Machine Learning and AI. I heard the same from various enterprise customers in this conference. One of Google’s strengths is in big data and, with the announcements related to Machine Learning, they are positioning themselves as the go-to cloud for ML workloads. Google’s machine learning engine and Google Vision API is now generally available."
conference  report  artificial  intelligence  aws  lambda  azure  enterprise  gae  gcp  google  cloud  next  17  ibm 
march 2017 by jonerp
Sage Says ERP is Dead. What (I think) They Really Mean Is… - by @erp_cindyjutras.
"This announcement produced a mixed response. There was some applause (ding dong the wicked witch is dead!) There were some shrugs (I don’t really care what you call it.) In conversations with clients I got some eye rolls and one actually said, “This too will pass.” My reaction? Yes, we need new ways of designing, delivering, consuming and innovating ERP. But you don’t say the automobile is dead just because there are some old clunkers still on the road."
erp  cindy  jutras  cloud  innovation  loosely  coupled  mint  next  generation  saas  sage  software  as  a  service  x3 
august 2015 by jonerp

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