We can elevate our clients’ talent acquisition technologies and strategies to achieve their vision – Sue Marks, Founder and CEO of Cielo

Since launching the first enterprise-wide technology platform in 2008, we have been recognized for being first-to-market with innovations that revolutionize the recruitment profession and industry. There is a reason why this level of transformation hasn’t been done before – successfully at scale. Building a cloud-based platform with seamless integrations that can flex with existing client tech infrastructure and accommodate new innovations and changing business needs is complex. But with the TA and technology expertise of our global team, plus the strong partnership with some of the industry’s best technology providers, we can elevate our clients’ talent acquisition technologies and strategies to achieve their vision.

Oracle Cloud Lift Services together with Infosys Cobalt cloud offerings help our joint customers accelerate – Gopikrishnan Konnanath, SVP & Service Offering Head, Oracle Services, Infosys

Oracle Cloud Lift Services together with Infosys Cobalt cloud offerings help our joint customers accelerate the work of migrating to the cloud and modernizing their landscape to drive faster business results. As a partner, we ensure client success through outcome-driven transformation programs that build differentiated capabilities to help our clients become resilient, agile and competitive.

We’re pleased to be bringing our expertise to Google Cloud – Mick Hollison, President, Cloudera

Fueled by our open source DNA, Cloudera helps companies make sense of every bit of data across hybrid, multi-cloud and on-premises architectures. Cloudera helps the majority of the top 100 companies included in the Fortune 500 harness insights while enabling secure, centralized governance and compliance over the entire data lifecycle. We’re pleased to be bringing our expertise to Google Cloud.

We are thrilled to collaborate with AWS – Nimesh Dave, President Ingram Micro Cloud

In addition to further strengthening our strategic relationship with AWS, this global agreement underscores the critical imperative of the IaaS business for Ingram Micro Cloud. We are thrilled to collaborate with AWS in bringing our skills, services, products, and overall channel knowledge to help our partners find success with AWS at an accelerated pace.

We are delighted to deepen our collaboration with Ingram Micro Cloud – Doug Yeum, Head Global Partner Organization, AWS

We are delighted to deepen our collaboration with Ingram Micro Cloud. Through this agreement and with Ingram Micro Cloud’s expanding AWS Practice and global network of channel partners, more small and medium businesses and ISVs will be able to leverage AWS services to help solve business problems and accelerate growth through digital transformation.

HPE continues to innovate to bring HPE GreenLake and the cloud experience – Keith White, HPE GreenLake Cloud Services SVP

As the market leader in hybrid and on-premises cloud services, HPE continues to innovate to bring HPE GreenLake and the cloud experience to a broader set of customers for their digital transformation and modernisation efforts – at the edge, colocation facility, or datacentre. The HPE partner ecosystem plays a central role in our success, and partners of all types are embedding HPE GreenLake into their business models and offerings to deliver an agile as-a-service experience to their clients.

Gartner Survey: CFOs Rank Cloud ERPs at Top of List for Information Technology Investment through 2024

Many CFOs credit cloud computing for helping them weather COVD-19 by cutting fixed costs, moving to remote work and adapting to a surge in online demand. Looking ahead, CFOs rank cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) at the top of the list for information technology investment through 2024, according to a Gartner survey. Worldwide expenditures on public cloud services will balloon to $362.2 billion in 2022 from $257.5 billion last year — a 41% increase, according to estimates by Gartner. Money channeled to the cloud will represent 14.2% of total IT spending by 2024 compared with 9.1% in 2020, Gartner said.

Achieving Google Cloud Partner Status Recognizes Our Expertise – Jim Ball, Vice President Global Alliances, Navisite

Achieving Google Cloud Partner status recognizes our expertise in helping customers effectively leverage the features and benefits of Google Cloud for their businesses. We’re seeing growing interest and adoption of Google Cloud for data analytics and to run mission-critical enterprise applications and workloads. We’re committed to ensuring that our mid-market and enterprise customers are getting the most out of their investment with a wide range of services and capabilities.

We’re pleased to recognize Navisite as an official Google Cloud Partner – Edy Sardilli, Google Cloud Lead

We’re pleased to recognize Navisite as an official Google Cloud Partner. Navisite offers a comprehensive portfolio of managed cloud services, with the knowledge and expertise to successfully migrate and support enterprise environments. We look forward to working together to help customers take full advantage of Google Cloud to drive growth and innovation.

AWS is integral to Edelweiss’s Strategy as we Digitally Transform -Nitin Agarwal, President and Group CIO, CTO, and Chief Digital Officer, Edelweiss

AWS is integral to Edelweiss’s strategy as we digitally transform from a traditional financial services organization to an agile, data driven enterprise. We benefit from AWS technologies such as machine learning to create a digital ecosystem that connects our entities and enables them to co-deliver customer personalization at scale, all while maintaining the highest levels of regulatory compliance.

Transaction is being Financed through Internal Cash & Debt – Wipro CEO Thierry Delaporte on Wipro to buy Capco for $1.45 billion

Set to be its biggest ever buyout, Wipro will acquire London-headquartered Capco in a USD 1.45 billion (over Rs 10,500 crore) deal as the Indian IT major seeks to become a “bolder and ambitious” company as well as rake in higher revenues from banking and financial services space. Wipro CEO Thierry Delaporte said the transaction is being financed through internal cash and debt, and that the acquisition is subject to regulatory approvals. It is expected to close in the quarter ending June, 2021, subject to requisite regulatory approvals and customary closing conditions. After completion of the transaction, it will be EPS (Earnings Per Share) accretive from the third year onwards. Delaporte pointed out that there are five reasons as to why Capco is a great fit for the company.

I had shared with you that you will see a bold Wipro – Rishad Premji

I had shared with you that you will see a bold Wipro, a more ambitious approach, one that will be more risk taking, one that will not be afraid to shake up the applecart to make tough calls to invest in deep tech. And to think big. This acquisition fits well into that strategy and will pave the path of building a bold tomorrow for Wipro.

We are honoured Nine Masts Capital trusts us as their primary technology partner – Emily Randall, Chief Executive Officer of Bare Cove Technology

“We are honoured Nine Masts Capital trusts us as their primary technology partner,” said Emily Randall, Chief Executive Officer of Bare Cove Technology. “We look forward to helping them drive their innovative technology strategy forward.” Bare Cove Technology (BCT) is an award-winning IT and cybersecurity solutions provider.

Bridgecrew’s Mission is to Ensure Infrastructure Security at Every Stage – Barak Schoster, CTO & Co-Founder of Bridgecrew

While Bridgecrew’s mission is to ensure infrastructure security at every stage of the development lifecycle — from code and build, through deployment, and into runtime — the earlier you catch issues, the less headaches you’ll have later down the road. This is shifting security as early in the lifecycle as possible, directly into the developer’s IDE where they spend most of their time.

DLP (Data Loss Prevention) Provides Clear Business Value & Gives CISOs necessary Reporting Capabilities to Provide Regular updates to CEOs

In the 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise DLP, Gartner estimated that the total data loss prevention market would reach $1.3 billion in 2020. Now, updated forecasts show a likely $2.64 billion market size in 2020. The DLP market is not new, but it has evolved to include managed services, cloud functionality, and advanced threat protection amongst other things. All of this, coupled with the upward trend in giant data breaches, has seen a massive uptick in DLP adoption as a means to protect sensitive data. More companies have hired and are hiring Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs), who often report to the CEO. CEOs want to know the game plan for preventing data leaks. DLP provides clear business value in this regard and gives CISOs the necessary reporting capabilities to provide regular updates to the CEO.

The World will require much more from the Cloud – Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella

As the recovery from the pandemic gets underway, the world “will require much more” from the cloud and will demand innovations from cloud computing to devices, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said Tuesday. Speaking at the virtual Microsoft Ignite 2021 conference, Nadella outlined his vision for the five “key attributes” that will “drive this next generation of innovation in the cloud.” “It’s time for us to reflect on how the cloud will change over the next decade, and the innovation [that] our changing world will require from the cloud,” Nadella said in his pre-recorded keynote address for Ignite 2021. “We will need to foundationally transform how cloud can drive the next level of broad economic growth that everyone can participate in.”

We had to transition from a work-from-office culture to a remote-work culture – Cloudflare co-founder and CEO Matthew Prince

There were things that were really challenging. We had to transition from a work-from-office culture to a remote-work culture. We also saw unprecedented demand, as internet use nearly doubled globally. At one level, that sounds like a good thing. But there was a lot of infrastructure that we had to build to make that happen. And we had to do it at a time when we weren’t always able to get servers to build out our network and deploy things around the world. The superheroes in this crisis are the medical professionals on the front lines taking care of the sick. That and the scientists who pretty miraculously found a vaccine as quickly as they have, and they’re looking for other treatments for this horrible disease. Their sort of faithful sidekick in it all has been the internet. I keep thinking, how much worse this crisis would have been had it happened 10 years ago? We didn’t know we were doing it, but over the last 10 years we were getting the internet ready for what it’s gone through over the last 10 months.

Our investment in the Cloud Specialization program is a milestone in our journey – Jesper Andersen, CEO and President, Infoblox

Since the shutdown began a year ago, businesses of all sizes are increasingly consuming cloud-managed DDI and security to transform how they work and, in many cases, where they work from. Our channel partners have never been more valuable to the market or more vulnerable, which is why we continue to innovate – not only by delivering security and networking technologies as services, but also SaaS sales enablement and success. Our investment in the Cloud Specialization program is a milestone in our journey to becoming one of the IT channel’s top SaaS innovators and sales enablers.

Lyve Cloud is a Natural Extension of Seagate’s Leadership in Mass Data Solutions – Ravi Naik, EVP & CIO at Seagate

Lyve Cloud is a natural extension of Seagate’s leadership in mass data solutions, combining our mass capacity HDD innovation with deep storage industry knowledge to help customers activate more of their valuable data. By providing a reliable and cost-efficient cloud storage solution at the metro edge, closer to where their data is generated, Lyve Cloud lets enterprises store and activate their data at scale, securely and efficiently.

We’re excited to be working with Snowflake’s innovative Technology – Rob Goldstein, COO of BlackRock

Aladdin has been on a journey for three decades to put data at the heart of the investment process. We’re excited to be working with Snowflake’s innovative technology as we enter the next phase of that journey. Today, each client is able to customize on top of Aladdin and with their instance of Aladdin Studio and the Aladdin Data Cloud, they will have more powerful tools than ever at their disposal.

With Aladdin as a Strategic Part of Snowflake Data Cloud, Our Goal is to Create a New Industry Standard in Financial Services – Frank Slootman, CEO of Snowflake

We’re thrilled to be a strategic partner to BlackRock to power a robust data platform for investment managers. With Aladdin as a strategic part of Snowflake Data Cloud, our goal is to create a new industry standard in financial services for accessing, governing and acting on data in a unified and secure data environment.

To accelerate consumption of our hybrid cloud platform, we are also rapidly expanding our ecosystem – Arvind Krishna, IBM CEO

I want our partners to be the best at establishing a hybrid cloud architecture and an AI footprint at our clients. Look at the market opportunity. If I look at that intersection, let‘s just call it a trillion-dollar addressable market. To accelerate consumption of our hybrid cloud platform, we are also rapidly expanding our ecosystem by adding hundreds of new partnerships with global systems integrators, independent software vendors and major third-party software partners, and also elevating the role of partners. We are investing $1 billon in our ecosystem so that our partners can play a much bigger role in fulfilling the many needs of our clients.

We need a better way to consume the existing networks that are out there – Mary Stanhope, Chief Sales Marketing Officer at Unitas

Some companies might have 18 different service providers that they have to manage. This is a big operational challenge, particularly if you have to do it across many different countries with different contracts. This allows us to build services or work with partners like data centers or cloud providers to bundle our network and managed services with the infrastructure they are providing. We don’t need another network, we need a better way to consume the existing networks that are out there.

I’m extremely excited to be leading this next chapter of innovation and growth for Aunalytics – Tracy Graham, CEO, Aunalytics

I’m extremely excited to be leading this next chapter of innovation and growth for Aunalytics and to provide our customers with a new era of advanced analytics software and technology service coupled with Naveego’s data accuracy platform. Now enterprises have the assurance of data they can trust along with actionable analytics to make the most accurate decisions for their businesses to increase customer satisfaction and shareholder value.

With the rapid adoption and use of cloud technologies in the past year, we want to make it incredibly easy for customers – Grady Summers, Executive Vice President of Product at SailPoint

For SailPoint, the pairing is said to address a current lack of visibility into what SaaS apps exist across today’s digital business combined with the critical need to properly manage and secure access to these apps for all workers. Intello’s platform will be merged into SailPoint’s Identity Platform. “With the rapid adoption and use of cloud technologies in the past year, we want to make it incredibly easy for customers to get their arms around the risk of SaaS app sprawl,” Grady Summers, executive vice president of product at SailPoint, said in a statement. “Discovery combined with visibility are the name of the game here and we’ll be able to deliver that to our customers with Intello.”

2020 was a transformational year for Dropbox – Drew Houston, Dropbox CEO & Co-Founder

“2020 was a transformational year for Dropbox,” said Dropbox Chief Executive Drew Houston (pictured). “Going into 2021, we’re focused on executing against our strategy and building essential products for the new era of distributed work.” The company reported a profit before certain costs such as stock compensation of 28 cents per share on revenue of $504.1 million, up 14% from a year ago. Wall Street was looking for a 24-cent-per-share profit on revenue of $498 million. For the full year, Dropbox’s earnings came to 93 cents per share on total revenue of $1.914 billion, up 15% from the previous year.

In 2020 we made great progress towards becoming the leading pure play multicloud services and solutions company – Kevin M Jones, Rackspace CEO

We believe Rackspace Technology is extremely well positioned to capitalize on the tectonic shift to the cloud. We have the people, partners, expertise and automation to help customers of all sizes optimize their multicloud journey, all wrapped in the fanatical customer experience for which we are known. In 2020 we made great progress towards becoming the leading pure play multicloud services and solutions company and set the stage for years of incremental revenue growth, earnings growth, and enhancement of shareholder value.

Customers can integrate their Software & Data, their payments for all of their Cloud Platforms – Steve McMillan, Teradata CEO

The goal was to give companies a better way of managing their data through a single platform that could interoperate with multiple clouds such as Google, Microsoft Azure and AWS. In this way, (customers) can integrate their software and data, their payments for all of their cloud platforms, and their governance and security, all in a single platform. For our existing customers, this gives them the opportunity to modernize their data fabrics quicker. The billing models go all the way through the stack, meaning clients won’t need an individual agreement with each cloud operator. This shortens time to implementation of analytics and bill processing, and creates agility.

More than half the companies surveyed indicate lack of control on cloud spend – Ashfaq Munshi, CEO, Pepperdata

This research shows us the importance of visibility into big data workloads. It also highlights the need for automated optimization as a means to control runaway costs. Significantly more than half the companies surveyed indicate lack of control on cloud spend, making optimization and visibility the keys to getting costs under control.

Finance Teams & Executives need Cloud spend visibility while Developers need Financial Guardrails – Sasha Kipervarg, CEO of Ternary

As more customers are moving to GCP and using its innovative features to accelerate their businesses, they are actively looking for ways to ensure that their cloud budgets meet their objectives. Budget overspend is a serious issue. Finance teams and executives need cloud spend visibility while developers need financial guardrails, not gates.