55% of enterprises are struggling to derive meaningful insights from their data, highlighting an industry-wide need to deliver technology faster, more reliably and in more places, according to a survey by Hitachi Vantara, the modern infrastructure, data management and digital solutions subsidiary of Hitachi. The survey revealed ongoing challenges related to security, inflexible systems, isolated… Read more »
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Cloud communications is expected to witness a substantial growth over the next five years, as businesses are switching from legacy PBX solutions to cloud communications and opting for a pay-as-you-go model to optimise expenses and avoiding upfront investments. Against this backdrop, the cloud communications market size is anticipated to grow at a compound annual growth… Read more »
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The global demand for public cloud services continues surging as the world becomes increasingly digitized. Over the past years, Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform have seen impressive growth in the adoption and usage of their services, which will undoubtedly continue in 2023 as the entire market is set to witness a… Read more »
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We’ve all seen the ads touting “one simple/crazy trick” to lower your insurance (or weight, or electric bill, or whatever). Now GigaOm has it’s own variant for cloud vendors to predict annual revenue:
Just take your July revenue and multiply it by 12. Or if you want to get even trickier, take your daily revenue on July 15 and multiply it by 365.
They’re both embarrassingly simple, but surprisingly accurate. For a subscription business with a consistent trajectory, it’ll get you extremely close to the ultimate answer – usually within a couple percentage points.
There is more to it of course.
From Staff.com, an infographic comparing revenue, profit, and market cap for Apple, Microsoft, Google, Amazon and Facebook: