Profile of Bob Evans
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Bob Evans is senior VP, communications, for Oracle Corp. He is a former InformationWeek editor.
Articles by Bob Evans
posted in November 2010
The Year's Top Tech Stories: Top-priority analytics projects are accelerating the need for CIOs to drop the "alignment" anchor and begin driving strategy, revenue, and profit. (#5 on our Top 10 list.)
The Year's Top Tech Stories: A year ago, SAP was rudderless and lost. Today, under new co-CEOs, innovation is back and frustrated customers are now excited and delighted. (#6 on our Top 10 list.)
The Year's Top Tech Stories: IBM proved reports of its hardware demise were simple-minded delusions and continued to expand its transformative analytics business. (#7 on our Top 10 list.)
Mobile devices and applications aren't just turning the IT world upside down—they're disrupting huge markets and industries. Which side of this revolution are you on?
If you still believe in the old saw that "the CIO's job is to align IT with the business," then you might be on the endangered-species list.
In last week's elections, all 95 Congressional candidates who had promised to support 'net neutrality' initiatives were defeated. Are we getting the picture here?
Our list of this year's top IT issues sheds some bright light on the technologies and companies CIOs will be betting on in 2011.
Apple's massive new $1 billion data center could become the hub for an all-streaming broadcast network, says big-thinker Nick Carr.
He said he'll travel the world to meet HP stakeholders, and spoke broadly (oracularly?) about HP's future in software and 'the stack.'
In this bizarre love triangle, the Oracle-HP alliance supporting 100,000 customers might be the biggest casualty of the Oracle-SAP legal battle.
With many Fortune 500 companies using its SaaS HR apps, Workday is developing a suite of financial applications as well—plus an IPO.
SAP says its strength in on-demand applications, mobility, and business analytics, plus a huge difference in philosophy, will keep it ahead of Oracle in enterprise apps.