By R "Ray" Wang on December 23, 2020
By The Constellation Research Team The 2020 Awards Demonstrate The Power Of Humanity Amidst A Global Pandemic And Mass Digitization What started out as an amazing beginning to a new decade ended with one of the worst economies and global health crises in history. Cultural, technological, and business model changes that would have taken a […]
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By Raju Vegesna on April 21, 2020
Artifical intelligence and machine learning are being deployed in innovative ways to help with the global response to COVID-19. These data science use cases help increase public understanding of what is possible using AI and ML, but there’s still a long way to go, specifically when it comes to businesses looking to leverage these technologies to […]
By Paul Greenberg on March 2, 2020
Opinion: Brian Solis brings his perspective on Zoho and its ascension to breakthrough growth into the mid-market. How did they get here? What do they offer? What are the strengths and weaknesses?
By Louis Columbus on March 29, 2019
Sysdig, Fivetran, Nuxeo, Cloudian, Mendix, StreamSets, Zscaler, Zoho, SAP, OutSystems, Kony, and Netskope are the most likely to be recommended by their employees to friends looking for a cloud computing company to work for in 2019. Cloud platform and development companies dominate the highest rated cloud businesses when indexed by the percent of employees who would recommend their company to a friend. Taken together, the 12 CEOs […]
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By Paul Greenberg on April 17, 2018
Zoho has been one of the great successes in the world of small business technologies. Few companies have been able to succeed with a similar business model, yet Zoho has been wildly successful. But they are also enshrouded in mystery. Read on to see what’s under their veil and what they have to do next — if they want to.
By Vinnie Mirchandani on November 13, 2012
4 years ago when I interviewed Sridhar Vembu, CEO of Zoho for The New Polymath, the prime driver in the marketplace for SaaS adoption was better economics compared to on-premise. But Sridhar also spoke about agility in SaaS delivery Feature parity to Microsoft Office (and other software) will come sooner than you may think. We […]
By Phil Wainewright on July 25, 2012
Microsoft, Google, Box, Huddle, Dropbox … who will dominate the enterprise market for cloud-based file storage and collaboration?
By Paul Greenberg on June 4, 2012
For years, we have been talking about the value of CRM for small business. Yet, we the pundits of whatever, always have been publicly puzzled by what we thought was the slowness of small businesses to adopt CRM. How dare they buck the trend that we were declaring! Admittedly, what we were talking about was […]