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Hewlett-Packard Company and Accenture has announced an alliance to provide Information Technology (IT) outsourcing services to enterprises. The two firms will focus on migrating legacy mainframe applications to next generation architectures and platforms as well as supporting “backwards” integration with legacy applications. These new services will supply enterprises a faster and simpler way to harness IT assets while minimizing costs and risk.

The alliance formalises a three-year collaboration developed to support the full lifecycle of complex Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions, among the most difficult to implement and scale globally. The two companies have already collaborated on 15 engagements and developed repeatable best practice methodologies for ERP outsourcing. Today’s announcement builds on this heritage to provide customers with a single point of contact and accountability for program management.

Speaking about the partnership, the Managing Director, Technology, Accenture, Mr. Niyi Tayo, said, there are new technologies and solutions, more data than ever before, legacy and new systems coming together, an upsurge in collaboration inside and outside the enterprise, more of everything digital driving businesses.

Accenture HPE solutions include, private cloud for the Hybrid Cloud, Automated and highly scalable private cloud that minimises upfront investment, improves scalability, rapidly deploys secure application environments and simplifies management. The comprehensive service management—Real-time and predictive service monitoring, analytics services and automation that delivers superior results with business-class monitoring, five 9s reliability, scalability, enhanced service quality, greater predictability, increased agility and cost optimisation
It also has the data-driven digital analytics, customisable and scalable architectures that Improve analytics, performance and digital capabilities with seamless integration, reduced TCO, enhanced innovation and performance, through an automated SAP environment that speeds business outcomes.

The Accenture HPE solutions has the adaptive networking, agile and optimised next-generation networking that enables service velocity and agility in the cloud and optimises high-performance, high-density environments across distributed operations, all while reducing total cost of ownership.

According to the Regional Manager, Software Sales, Africa, at HPE, Mr. Faisal Aljudi, the HP Alliance ONE Partner of the Year Awards are presented to an exclusive set of HP alliance members in recognition of their outstanding accomplishments in the development and delivery of innovative solutions that achieve standard-setting levels for business excellence and client satisfaction.

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Killexams : Climate Action for Suppliers Helps Make HP's Supply Chain More Sustainable

Published 07-15-22

Submitted by HP Inc.

James McCall, Chief Sustainability Officer

HP Inc.

By James McCall, Chief Sustainability Officer

In 2021, HP announced a range of ambitious climate action targets, including a commitment to be net zero by 2040 — a full decade ahead of the Paris Agreement. We’ve published our Sustainable Impact Report for over 20 years and have actively worked to reduce our footprint for decades. That’s because it’s in our company’s DNA to push toward the goal of being the most sustainable and just tech company in the world.

We’ve had many successes. Last year HP was one of only 14 companies worldwide, and the sole tech firm, to receive a prestigious Triple A rating in Climate, Water, and Forest benchmarks from the not-for-profit Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) — our third year in a row. And because consumers care about their footprint and want their purchases to have a positive impact, whether they’re buying a new computer, printer, or coffee machine, sales related to our sustainability efforts have more than tripled, hitting $3.5 billion in fiscal year 2021.

But we realize there is more to be done to reach our goal of cutting our absolute greenhouse gas emissions 50% by 2030, which means minimizing Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions across our end-to-end value chain.

Scope 1 emissions are from HP’s direct operations. Scope 2 are indirect emissions, such as the electricity that powers our operations. Scope 3 relates to activities not controlled by HP, such as “upstream” emissions from our supply chain and “downstream” emissions from customer use of our products. Together, Scopes 1, 2, and 3 represent the cradle-to-grave emissions of our products, and nearly all our emissions (99%) are Scope 3, with almost 70% of those coming from our supply chain and 30% from customer use.

Tackling Scope 3 emissions

With our supply chain representing over two-thirds of our emissions, our mandate was clear: To reduce the footprint of our printers, computers, and monitors, we had to reduce the footprint of the components, manufacturing, assembly, and transportation of those items. We have hundreds of suppliers, so we needed to take a data-based approach to this problem. We examined our supply chain data and found that our 30 largest partners were responsible for nearly 80% of the Scope 3 emissions from our directly-contracted-suppliers operations. If we could assist those 30 companies in becoming more eco-friendly, the results would be far-reaching. To help these suppliers reach the next level of success, we leaned into the philosophy of “If you supply a man a fish, you feed him for a day. If you teach a man to fish, you feed him for a lifetime.” Not only would helping the suppliers help HP, but it would benefit their bottom line, other customers, the communities where they operate, and the planet as a whole. So we got to work.

Sharing knowledge

Because HP has stressed responsible sourcing, human rights, and sustainability as part of our provider selection, many of our partners already had a strong base but needed extra support. Building off our real-world learnings within HP, we partnered with them to create environments where they could adopt long-lasting environmentally conscious approaches that would be best for their unique businesses.

Over the last two years, HP has brought in top-tier environmental groups such as the CDP and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to host virtual workshops for those 30 suppliers. Participants learned about energy efficiency, renewable energy, setting science-based targets, external reporting, and more.

At the same time, we asked our partners to disclose their footprint using CDP Supply Chain reporting tools. Nearly 200 suppliers (representing over 95% of our yearly spending) are currently doing so. This transparency helps HP better understand our footprint and informs the broader tech industry utilizing this supply chain.

Tackling the rest

The results have been incredible: Twenty of our top 30 suppliers have formally committed to setting meaningful greenhouse gas reduction targets following the Science Based Targets Initiative. We are also proud that 100% renewable electricity now powers the final assembly of over 95% of our worldwide PC and display products. HP and our supply chain partners are making substantial progress, but there’s still much more to do. It’s vital that we address the “upstream” supply chain adding to our footprint. However, we cannot reach net zero without also tackling the 30% of our emissions generated during the ongoing customer use of our products. The good news is that customers are actively seeking sustainable choices on shelves, online, or as part of enterprise purchase for printers, computers, and monitors. Our goal is to help them do just that—to make the home, office, or hybrid work setup of the future the most sustainable ever.

How HP is building a sustainable and ethical supply chain

Hundreds of suppliers make up HP’s supply chain — one of the largest in the IT industry — and the company’s commitment to make ethical, sustainable, and resilient products protects its business and brand, strengthens customer relationships, and creates opportunities to innovate.

Raw materials

HP works with peers across the IT industry to engage the entire supply chain in efforts to eradicate minerals that directly or indirectly support armed groups and to promote responsible sourcing of minerals regardless of origin. In the European Union, for example, we support the Conflict Minerals Regulation, which focuses on responsible smelter sourcing regardless of country of mineral origin, including conflict-affected and high-risk areas (CAHRAs) worldwide.


We summarize provider performance using Sustainability Scorecards, designed to incentivize suppliers and drive ongoing improvement through consistent, comprehensive, and actionable feedback. The results contribute to a supplier’s overall procurement score, which impacts their relationship with HP and ongoing business.

Final assembly

In collaboration with NGO partners and other external organizations, we provide programs designed to help suppliers continually Improve along their sustainability journey. These programs focus on areas such as worker well-being, rights and responsibilities, and environmental, health, and safety (EHS) awareness. In 2021, there was a 114% increase in factory participation in HP’s Supply Chain Sustainability Programs.


We partner with logistics suppliers that have the same environmental mindset as HP to provide solutions to reduce CO2 impact, such as biofuels for ocean freight and electric vehicles for road freight. We are also investigating Sustainable Aviation Fuel for air freight. Additionally, in the United States, HP is a Gold Level Sponsor of Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT), which helps combat human trafficking by educating and mobilizing our trucking provider network, in coordination with law enforcement agencies.


Our Amplify Impact program invites partners to help drive meaningful change across the global IT industry. Partners that pledge will tap into our extensive knowledge, training, and resources to assess and work to Improve their own sustainability performance. To date, 1,400 channel partners have been trained, educated, and empowered through HP Amplify Impact.

Retail sale / Customer use

HP Planet Partners is the company’s return-and recycling program for computer equipment and printing supplies. HP ink and LaserJet cartridges returned through HP Planet Partners go through a multiphase “closed loop” recycling process. Recycled plastic from empty cartridges is used to create new Original HP cartridges and other everyday products.

Post-sale / End-of-use

We develop services that aim to keep products in use longer, offer service-based solutions, and recapture products and materials at end of use. For instance, through our HP Device Recovery Service we buy used devices securely to supply them new purpose, extend their life spans, and reduce negative environmental impact. Customers receive reverse logistics, data sanitization with a certificate, a sustainability benefit report, and the fair-market value of the device.

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Killexams : HP Furloughs Dozens At Oregon Factory As Print Demand Falls: Report

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The Palo Alto, Calif.-based IT giant posted a solid second quarter, but print revenue was down. Company says action needed to ‘position the business for long-term sustainable growth.’


HP Inc. has furloughed dozens of contract employees at its printer supply factory in Corvallis, Oregon for the last two weeks of July with another furlough planned for September, according to The Oregonian.

The newspaper quoted sources with direct knowledge of the tech firm’s plans. Furlough notices were sent to workers for July 18 through July 29. The next two-week furlough begins September 12 and ends September 23, according to the newspaper.

Palo Alto, Calif.-based HP did not provide specifics on the furloughs, but in a statement to CRN said, “Our consistent and rigorous financial discipline is what allows us to maximize investments in our strategic priorities and position the business for long-term sustainable growth. As part of this, we regularly evaluate and optimize contractor spending to support business objectives.”

Last month, HP reported a 7 percent drop in printer revenue for the second quarter compared to the previous year and supplies sales were also down 6 percent year-over-year. The Corvallis campus houses both research and manufacturing. HP employs more than 51,000 people globally.

In May, HP CEO Enrique Lores told CRN the company was feeling impacts from the COVID-19 lockdowns plaguing China’s major tech manufacturing regions in and around Shanghai. “We’ve already had some impacts this quarter,” Lores said during a press briefing.

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Killexams : Vega Cloud Announces Global Strategic Collaboration With HP Teradici for the Next Generation of Hybrid Digital Workspace Performance and Security

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  • Replaces antiquated VDI/VPN technologies to achieve maximum performance and security
  • One-way communication egress and isolated workstation pools neutralize cyberattacks
  • Reduces up to 25% of bandwidth requirements with PCoIP protocol that delivers performance regardless of network conditions

Vega Cloud, Inc., the cloud automation and optimization platform for highly regulated and performance-driven industries, today announced a collaboration with HP Teradici, creator of the industry-leading PCoIP® remote display protocol, to develop services that will supply businesses the freedom to efficiently deliver high-performance digital workstations, even over the most challenging network conditions.

Vega Cloud will leverage HP Anyware* (formerly Teradici CAS) and PCoIP® technology to develop two digital workstation services: Secure WorkRemote (SWR) for regulated industries and Vega Atelier remote studios for resource-intensive industries like Media and Entertainment. Vega Cloud has proven its all-inclusive, digital workstations provide robust security and sustainability performance anywhere, on any device, from any network. As critical business assets, healthcare and financial institution customers demand detailed evidence to ensure digital desktops comply with applicable laws and regulations. Vega Cloud consistently exceeds the information security and performance requirements and will continue to evolve as guidelines change.

Secure WorkRemote and Vega Atelier remote studios incorporate multilayered security and IP protection. Each workstation is deployed inside a zero-trust isolation pool to trap and inoculate bad actors. The Teradici PCoIP® protocol and AES 256 encryption ensures that only pixels leave the environment. Both services have built-in optimization to auto-scale memory, graphics, and CPU to efficiently power through intensive applications.

The platforms contain a robust catalog of pre-configured desktop SKUs so administrators can quickly deploy and decommission workstations, significantly reducing operational management and support. Operational metrics and key performance indicators can be monitored by workgroups or discipline with drag-and-drop simplicity and automated workflows. Administrators have confidence controls around desktop delivery and compliance are delivered appropriately and rapidly.

"Hybrid workplaces operate on several different networks and this complexity has outstripped perimeter-based network security," said Kris Bliesner, CEO, Vega Cloud. "The strategic partnership with HP Teradici and Vega Cloud focuses on data and service protection and expands protection and performance to include all workstation assets (devices, infrastructure components, applications, virtual and cloud components) and end users. This is a paradigm-shifting approach to digital workstations powered by Cloud Infrastructure and Optimized by Vega's Platform."

"HP Anyware provides the security and performance that Vega Cloud needs for its new services to excel in the most demanding use cases," said Paul Austin, Worldwide Head of Teradici Channel Sales at HP. "Vega Cloud's capabilities align with our focus on delivering secure digital workspace solutions, and we're proud to work with them on enabling the industries we serve together to realize the benefits of hybrid work."

About Vega Cloud

Vega is a Software as a Service (SaaS) platform for enterprise cloud management. Vega unlocks the power of public cloud infrastructure, giving businesses the freedom to innovate and efficiently deliver world-class products and services. Vega combines scale management with speed and efficiency to drive business outcomes that align with end-user goals. Public Cloud infrastructure isn't just for architects or DevOps engineers anymore. Vega puts the power of fully optimized, fully managed infrastructure to work for your business.

About HP Teradici

HP Teradici is the creator of the PCoIP remote display protocol, which delivers digital workspaces from the data center or public cloud to end users with the highest levels of security, responsiveness, and fidelity. HP Anyware (formerly Teradici CAS), which won an Engineering Emmy® from the Television Academy in 2020, powers the most secure remote solutions with unparalleled performance for even the most graphics-intensive applications. HP Teradici technology is trusted by leading media companies, design houses, financial firms and government agencies and is deployed to millions of users worldwide. For more information, visit or

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Killexams : Where Will Warren Buffett Stock HP Be in 5 Years?

Shares of electronics company HP (HPQ -0.39%) -- not to be confused with business cloud company HP Enterprises -- showed up in Warren Buffett's stock portfolio this past spring. In a regulatory filing, Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A -0.08%) (BRK.B 0.09%) revealed it had taken a more than 11% stake in HP, a position valued at nearly $3.8 billion.

The consumer electronics industry has come under pressure as of late, though, and shares of the slow-and-steady HP have fallen about 15% so far this year. Where will HP be five years from now? And should you follow Buffett's lead and buy?

A slow-but-steady bet on consumer spending

HP is a top manufacturer of home and business electronics. It reports its sales in two segments: personal systems (PCs, laptops, accessories) and printing (printers, ink, and even some really high-tech 3D printer sales too). Since it split with its cloud division HP Enterprises in 2015, HP has been a conservative bet on tech devices.

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The pandemic sparked a work-from-home sales rush the last two years. However, that elevated spending appears to be grinding to a halt now. Chipmaker Micron Technology indicated in its latest quarterly report at the end of June that there's a glut of consumer tech devices on the market, and it could take a couple quarters to work through it. In other words, HP's sales are likely to hit a speed bump this year, thus the exact decline in its share price. 

Not that HP was hurtling down the road at high speeds in the first place. PCs and printers aren't exactly the fastest-growing segments of the tech industry. It's a cyclical market that will generally follow consumer and business spending trends -- which tend to gradually move up and to the right at a shallow pitch over time. This situation is not likely to change five years from now. HP's lineup of tech will advance, but that will be driven by its tech partners (for example, semiconductor companies like Nvidia and software companies like Microsoft) more so than it will be driven by HP.

Cheap, but cheap for a reason?

So why did Buffett add HP to the Berkshire portfolio? Stability, slow-and-steady growth, and return of capital to shareholders. Through the past 12 months, HP generated $5.32 billion in free cash flow (a free-cash-flow margin of only 8%), but it's been returning basically all of that to shareholders via dividends and share repurchases. 

In fiscal 2021 (the year ended Oct. 31, 2021), stock repurchases totaled $6.25 billion and dividends paid totaled $938 million. Through the first six months of fiscal 2022 (the six months ended April 2022), stock repurchases totaled $2.52 billion and dividends paid totaled $533 million. As of this writing, shares trade for a meager 6.8 times trailing 12-month free cash flow, and the dividend yields 3.1% a year.

Given HP has ample competition in the personal computing and office equipment market, there's little reason to believe the stock is suddenly going to race higher. On the contrary, the company knows what it is, and it isn't investing to try and effect any radical change. It's all about return of capital at this point. HP's business will more or less look the same five years from now.

Should you buy HP stock? If you're into cheap valuations and income-generating investments, sure, supply this one a look. If not, simply owning a slice of Berkshire Hathaway stock gives you all the exposure you'd ever need or want to HP over the course of the next five years.

Nicholas Rossolillo and his clients have positions in Berkshire Hathaway (B shares), Micron Technology, and Nvidia. The Motley Fool has positions in and recommends Berkshire Hathaway (B shares), HP, Microsoft, and Nvidia. The Motley Fool recommends the following options: long January 2023 $200 calls on Berkshire Hathaway (B shares), short January 2023 $200 puts on Berkshire Hathaway (B shares), and short January 2023 $265 calls on Berkshire Hathaway (B shares). The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.

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Killexams : Inside dark web marketplaces: Amateur cybercriminals collaborate with professional syndicates

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One listing for a remote access trojan (RAT) setup and mentoring service promised

“Make money. Fast. Simple. Easy.” 

For $449, amateur cybercriminals were provided with functionalities including a full desktop clone and control with hidden browser capability, built-in keylogger and XMR miner, and hidden file manager. 

“From cryptocurrency mining to data extraction, there’s [sic] many ways that you can earn money using my RAT setup service,” the seller promised, dubbing its listing a “NOOB [newbie] FRIENDLY MENTORING SERVICE!!” 

Rise of ‘plug and play’

This is just one example of countless in the flourishing cybercrime economy, as uncovered by HP Wolf Security. The endpoint security service from HP. today released the findings of a three-month-long investigation in the report “The Evolution of Cybercrime: Why the Dark Web Is Supercharging the Threat Landscape and How to Fight Back.” 

The report’s starkest takeaway: Cybercriminals are operating on a near-professional footing with easy-to-launch, plug-and-play malware and ransomware attacks being offered on a software-as-a-service basis. This enables those with even the most rudimentary skills to launch cyberattacks. 

“Unfortunately, it’s never been easier to be a cybercriminal,” said the report’s author, Alex Holland, a senior malware analyst with HP. “Now the technology and training is available for the price of a gallon of gas.” 

Taking a walk on the dark side

The HP Wolf Security threat intelligence team led the research, in collaboration with dark web investigators Forensic Pathways and numerous experts from cybersecurity and academia. Such cybersecurity luminaries included ex-Black Hat Michael “MafiaBoy” Calce (who hacked the FBI while still in high school) and criminologist and dark web expert Mike McGuire, Ph.D., of the University of Surrey. 

The investigation involved analysis of more than 35 million cybercriminal marketplace and forum posts, including 33,000 active dark web websites, 5,502 forums and 6,529 marketplaces. It also researched leaked communications of the Conti ransomware group. 

Most notably, findings reveal an explosion in cheap and readily available “plug and play” malware kits. Vendors bundle malware with malware-as-a-service, tutorials, and mentoring services – 76% of malware and 91% of such exploits retail for less than $10. As a result, just 2 to 3% of today’s cybercriminals are high coders. 

Popular software is also providing simple entry for cybercriminals. Vulnerabilities in Windows OS, Microsoft Office, and other web content management systems were of frequent discussion. 

“It’s striking how cheap and plentiful unauthorized access is,” said Holland. “You don’t have to be a capable threat attacker, you don’t have to have many skills and resources available to you. With bundling, you can get a foot in the door of the cybercrime world.” 

The investigation also found the following: 

  • 77% of cybercriminal marketplaces require a vendor bond – or a license to sell – that can cost up to $3,000.
  • 85% of marketplaces use escrow payments, 92% have third-party dispute resolution services, and all provide some sort of review service. 

Also, because the average lifespan of a darknet Tor website is only 55 days, cybercriminals have established mechanisms to transfer reputation between sites. One such example provided a cybercriminal’s username, principle role, when they were last active, positive and negative feedback and star ratings. 

As Holland noted, this reveals an “honor among thieves” mentality, with cybercriminals looking to ensure “fair dealings” because they have no other legal recourse. Ransomware has created a “new cybercriminal ecosystem” that rewards smaller players, ultimately creating a “cybercrime factory line,” Holland said. 

Increasingly sophisticated cybercriminals

The cybercrime landscape has evolved to today’s commoditization of DIY cybercrime and malware kits since hobbyists began congregating in internet chat rooms and collaborating via internet relay chat (IRC) in the early 1990s. 

Today, cybercrime is estimated to cost the world trillions of dollars annually – and the FBI estimates that in 2021 alone, cybercrime in the U.S. ran roughly $6.9 billion. 

The future will bring more sophisticated attacks but also cybercrime that is increasingly efficient, procedural, reproducible and “more boring, more mundane,” Holland said. He anticipates more damaging destructive data-denial attacks and increased professionalization that will drive far more targeted attacks. Attackers will also focus on driving efficiencies to increase ROI, and emerging technologies such as Web3 will be “both weapon and shield.” Similarly, IoT will become a bigger target. 

“Cybercriminals have been increasingly adopting procedures of nation-state attacks,” Holland said, pointing out that many have moved away from “smash and grab” methods. Instead, they perform more reconnaissance on a target before intruding into their network – allowing for more time ultimately spent within a compromised environment. 

Mastering the basics 

There’s no doubt that cybercriminals are often outpacing organizations. Cyberattacks are increasing and tools and techniques are evolving. 

“You have to accept that with unauthorized access so cheap, you can’t have the mentality that it’s never going to happen to you,” Holland said. 

Still, there is hope – and great opportunity for organizations to prepare and defend themselves, he emphasized. Key attack vectors have remained relatively unchanged, which presents defenders with “the chance to challenge whole classes of threat and enhance resilience.” 

Businesses should prepare for destructive data-denial attacks, increasingly targeted cyber campaigns, and cybercriminals that are employing emerging technologies, including artificial intelligence, that ultimately challenge data integrity. 

This comes down to “mastering the basics,” as Holland put it: 

  • Adopt best practices such as multifactor authentication and patch management. 
  • Reduce attack surface from top attack vectors like email, web browsing and file downloads by developing response plans. 
  • Prioritize self-healing hardware to boost resilience.
  • Limit risk posed by people and partners by putting processes in place to vet provider security and educate workforces on social engineering.
  • Plan for worst-case scenarios by rehearsing to identify problems, make improvements and be better prepared.

“Think of it as a fire drill – you have to really practice, practice, practice,” Holland said.

Cybersecurity as a team sport

Organizations should also be willing to collaborate. There is an opportunity for “more real-time threat intelligence sharing” among peers, he said. 

For instance, organizations can use threat intelligence and be proactive in horizon scanning by monitoring open discussions on underground forums. They can also work with third-party security services to uncover weak spots and critical risks that need addressing.

As most attacks start “with the click of a mouse,” it is critical that everyone become more “cyber aware” on an individual level, said Ian Pratt, Ph.D., global head of security for personal systems at HP Inc.

On the enterprise level, he emphasized the importance of building resiliency and shutting off as many common attack routes as possible. For instance, cybercriminals study patches upon release to reverse-engineer vulnerabilities and rapidly create exploits before other organizations need patching. Thus, speeding up patch management is essential, he said. 

Meanwhile, many of the most common categories of threat – such as those delivered via email and the web – can be fully neutralized through techniques such as threat containment and isolation. This can greatly reduce an organization’s attack surface regardless of whether vulnerabilities are patched.

As Pratt put it, “we all need to do more to fight the growing cybercrime machine.” 

Holland agreed, saying: “Cybercrime is a team sport. Cybersecurity must be too.”

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Killexams : Workday: High Switching Costs And A $100 Billion TAM
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Workday, Inc. (NASDAQ:WDAY) offers a SaaS (software as a service) platform which is the gold standard in Enterprise Management. Its cloud-based platform helps track and Improve the efficiency of back-office functions such as Finance, Human Resources and Spend Management. The company was founded in 2005 and initially funded by Duffield and VC Greylock Partners. A partner at Greylock is LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman who is a master of "Blitzscaling." Thus, a platform such as Workday fits nicely into his portfolio, as it helps Enterprises run efficient operations and scale employment more easily.

Workday now has over 9,500 customers across 175 countries. They serve a substantial 50% of the Fortune 500, including 70% of the top 50 Fortune 500 companies. The company has high customer retention (95%), high switching costs and leading product reviews with a Customer Satisfaction score of 97%.

The stock price went on a tremendous bull run in 2020 and increased by a rapid 115%. However, since November 2021, the stock price has been butchered by over 50% on the back of the high inflation numbers released during the period and a slight miss on earnings expectations. The stock price is now trading at the cheapest price to multiple since its IPO in 2012. In addition, the stock is "fairly valued" intrinsically according to my Discounted Cash Flow Model.

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Workday has recently announced (July 13th 2022) they have achieved FedRAMP Authorization. This is a major event, as it means Workday can now provide services to Federal Government agencies, which opens up a new growth avenue. In addition, a exact survey by Credit Suisse forecasts an increase in IT Spend for Enterprises. Let's dive into the Business Model, Financials and Valuation for the juicy details.

SaaS Business Model

The Workday Enterprise Management Cloud consists of three core platforms, Human Capital Management, Financial Management and Spend Management. The estimated total addressable market (TAM) across these segments is $105 billion, which means there is plenty of runway ahead.

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1. Human Capital Management (HCM)

Workday understands that employees are the lifeblood of any company, especially those in the consulting or service-based industries. As the old saying goes "if you can measure it you can manage it." Workday HCM offers the ability to view headcount, turnover, hiring needs, employee cost, and much more, all from one unified dashboard. As your company gathers more data, the system uses Machine Learning and natural language processing to help estimate the average "Time to hire Gaps" or fill specific management positions.

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The Workday Onboarding solution enables the rapid onboarding of new employees and decreases the time to productivity so they can hit the ground running.

The retention and attrition sections supply your company insights into how well employees are being retained and if there are any red flags you need to be aware off. The platform even enables the ability to build talent management programs, listen to employee feedback, perform consistent performance reviews, track diversity, set compensation levels, and much more.

The fact the solution is "cloud based" means it's ideal for remote workforces or even retail chains which can track employee metrics across multiple stores, states, and countries.

2. Financial Management

The Financial Management platform enables the ability to intelligently manage finance processes. From billings to revenue, cash flow and more. The machine learning helps with forecasting, forecasting and planning business strategy. In addition, the platforms gives visibility into international compliance and processes, which can be hard to track for organizations.

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3. Spend Management

The Spend Management platform gives a seamless overview of all the costs associated with running an organization, to tracking various "cost centers," cost trends, and much more.

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High Retention Rate and Moat

Workday has a high retention rate of over 95%, which means customers are staying with the product. I believe this is for a couple of reasons. The first is it's a great product, which is rated number one in Human Resources software for Enterprises on G2. In addition, the platform has 4.4 out of 5 star reviews on Gartner.

Workday Review

Workday Review (Gartner)

The other reason I believe the product has high retention is its high switching costs. The product is deeply embedded into vital operations such as Finance and Human Resources. There is also the training costs for employees having to relearn a new software. Thus, I believe Workday could demonstrate "pricing power" in the future, as even if there are slightly cheaper alternatives on the market, companies would be unlikely to switch due to the aforementioned reasons.

Powering the platform's success has been an army of 15,900 employees, and as an extra data point it is interesting to see the company has 4.2 out of 5 star reviews for great places to work. Even the negative reviews don't seem too bad. For example, someone commented about the lack of "free food," which personally I don't believe is needed to be offered by a company.

Workday Glassdoor review

Workday (Glassdoor)

Growing Financials

Workday has been rapidly growing its financials over the past few years. As you can see from the chart below, Annual Subscription Revenue has compounded by a 21% CAGR since 2020 and was $4.5 billion for FY22.

Workday Financials

Financials Workday (Investor presentation)

Total Revenue for the quarter ending April 30th 2022 also showed a similar increase, jumping to $1.43 billion, up by 22.1% over the prior year. The majority of this was driven by subscription revenue, which was up 23.2% YoY to $1.27 billion. Total Subscription Revenue Backlog also showed rapid growth of 26% to $12.65 billion.

The Non GAAP Operation Margin has improved by 900 bps over the past couple of years, with Non-GAAP operating income of $228.6 million, or 20.1% of revenues. The company did generate an Operating loss of $72.5 million, or -5.1%, which was greater than the -3.3%, or -$38.3 million, in the prior year.

Workday margins
Data by YCharts

Total costs and expenses increased by ~24%, which is at a slightly faster rate than revenue growth of ~22.1%. Approximately $100 million of this increase can be attributed to Product Development, which is okay. However, I would like to see General and Administrative expenses and overall costs growing at a slower rate longer term. I believe the company can accomplish this, as they offer a cloud SaaS platform which should have operating leverage - theoretically.

Workday Revenues and Costs

Total Costs (Workday)

Share-based compensation increased by 17.7% to $311.5 million, which does lead to some concern about the sustainability of long term compensation plans. Stock-based compensation makes up ~20% of revenue, which does seem very high for a company which isn't a startup and is a mature technology company. The good news with high stock based compensation is it attracts the best talent and gives employees "skin in the game." Thus, this promotes a harder working and more aligned organization. Of course, when valuing the company's equity, it makes sense to take this into account.

Workday Revenues and stock based compensation
Data by YCharts

Workday's balance sheet has cash, equivalents, and marketable securities of $6.26 billion, up a substantial 72% from $3.64 billion in the prior year. However, the company does have a substantial amount of total debt - $4.83 billion. The good news is this is well covered in the short term with $1.15 billion being in current debt. However, it is unusual to see a "money losing" technology company with such high debt levels, definitely something to keep an eye on but not a major issue right now.


In order to value Workday, I have plugged the latest financials into my advanced valuation model, which uses the discounted cash flow method of valuation. I have forecasted 20% growth rate for next year and 19% growth rate for the next 2 to 5 years, which is aligned with managements guidance.

Workday stock Valuation

Workday stock Valuation 1 (created by author Ben at Motivation 2 Invest)

I have forecasted the operation margin to increase to 22% in the next five years as the company scales operations.

Workday R&D expenses

R&D expenses (Valuation model)

In addition, I have capitalized the company's large R&D spend over the past couple of years to increase model accuracy.

WDAY stock Valuation Model

Valuation Model (created by author Ben at Motivation 2 invest)

Given these factors, I get a fair value of $141/share. The stock is currently trading at $139/share and thus is "fairly valued."

As an extra datapoint, Workday is trading at a price-to-sales ratio = 5.7, which is the cheapest it's ever been historically since the IPO in 2012.

Workday PS ratio
Data by YCharts

Workday is trading at a midrange price-to-sales ratio (forward) = 5.7 (purple line) relative to other enterprise software companies.

WDAY vs peers PS ratio
Data by YCharts


Valuation and High Debt

Despite the major pullback in share price, the stock isn't really cheap but is fairly valued. The high debt levels are also a concern and definitely something to keep an eye on.


Gartner outlines various alternatives in the Human Capital Management space. These include;

  • SAP SuccessFactors.
  • Oracle Fusion Cloud HCM.
  • Ceridian Dayforce.
  • Darwinbox.
  • Workforce Now.
  • BambooHR.
  • PeopleStrong.

and many more. However, I do believe Workday is the gold standard solution for enterprises.

Final Thoughts

Workday is a tremendous company which offers the gold standard in Enterprise Management Software. The platform has an elite customer base of Fortune 500 giants and high customer retention. The exact crash in share price now means the stock is "fairly valued," and thus this could be a great opportunity for the long-term growth stock investor.

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Killexams : Is there a need for sustainability-focused channel programmes?

As words go, sustainability is not one of the most graceful or mellifluous there is – not that it matters in an industry which makes a habit of deploying clunky, cumbersome, unwieldy, mangled words and phrases to try to describe its own innovations and trends.

Still, sustainability is an increasingly popular and common word across all industries, including IT, creating something of a zero-emission sustainability bandwagon.

A lot of zeal for sustainability is driven by customers. A exact review of print vendor sustainability by Quocirca found that more than 80% of customers said it was important that vendors offered sustainable products and services, and that they demonstrated a reduction in their environmental impact.

Print vendors are a good place to start, but they are not the be-all and end-all. People might concentrate on print and copier devices because they can see and feel the end product, and there’s an immediate physical product that they can assign an environmental cost to in terms of paper and print.

But the focus on sustainability programmes is not taking place in isolation among print vendors. It’s also being highlighted by those operating in other IT product and services areas, especially due to customer demand.

“We are seeing a growing number of customers align themselves with organisations that prioritise sustainability,” says Neil MacDonald, UK and Ireland channel director for HP Inc.

“Not just because its the right thing to do, but because its good for business as well. Strong environmental performance lends itself to competitive advantage, and the measure of success for every company today is tied to empowering progress for the planet and its people – if you are not acting as a pioneer now, you will be passed by very quickly.”

MacDonald claims that HPs commitment to its sustainable impact has become a difference maker for the business, driving more than $3.5bn in new sales. “It’s becoming a competitive advantage in our goal to be the most sustainable and just technology company by 2030,” he adds.  

And there are plenty of vendors happy to discuss their sustainability efforts. Richard Wells, Epson UK head of office print sales, argues that in the face of organisations considering their ecological and corporate social responsibility (CSR) approaches, “channel partners selling Epson products are future-proofed, as we already offer products with sustainability benefits at their core and they see this as a great advantage”.

Similarly, Greig Millar, general manager for sales, services and solutions at Brother UK, says the vendor has “worked closely” with partners over the past few years to demonstrate the sustainability of its technology, services and business to customers.

“This is becoming more crucial as green credentials are given increased weighting, by up to 40% in some cases, especially in tender processes that we work with our partners on,” he notes, adding that channel players are becoming more commercially incentivised to engage with vendors that have a clear green agenda, particularly for winning over large corporate and public sector customers.

Tackling refillable cartridges

This all sounds very encouraging, but as Janis Kemers, vice-president of print and supplies for Europe at Tech Data, says: “Sustainability is the big elephant in the room in the print industry.” The industry has been seen as polluting for decades in terms of generating huge amounts of CO2 just through shipping cartridges, not to mention associated plastic and electronic waste.

Kemers believes there’s a feeling that vendors are not driving proactive sustainability programmes, and instead seem to be more reactive. Too often, the conversation is about offsetting, instead of reducing. The refillable movement stands out as a way to try to Improve sustainability.

“Epson is leading the crowd in Europe,” says Kemers, “and has been committed to the strategy over the past four to five years.” Primarily, sustainability has been aimed at the consumer and small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) level – Canon is starting to do something similar, while HP is looking at it but has yet to push it.

Remanufactured cartridges are increasingly being looked at because of a push in the European Union to do so, but nothing has been agreed between member states yet. Nevertheless, corporates and governments are making more demands for remanufactured cartridges in their tenders, which is translating into market demand.

“Corporate resellers are coming to us asking for remanufactured cartridges,” says Kemers, adding that it’s not a simple process because there’s no clear definition and understanding of remanufactured versus newly built. It can also be as expensive to provide a remanufactured cartridge as a new one. In any case, Kemers believes there’s currently no role for the channel in the remanufactured business.

The great realisation

According to Quocirca, there is a need for sustainability-focused channel programmes to drive all-important channel engagement. While most vendors are happy to encourage partners “to incorporate sustainability into customer messaging”, only one has a dedicated channel sustainability programme.

Michael O’Hara is managing director at DataSolutions, which has placed a strong emphasis on sustainability and helped to launch Techies Go Green – a movement of IT and tech-oriented companies committed to decarbonising their businesses.

“[Channel partners] are waking up to the fact that sustainability is no longer a buzzword – it is an environmental, economic and social driver of change affecting all our lives in every way possible,” says O’Hara. He dubs this the “great realisation”.

But he warns that there is no quick fix. “This isnt a problem that is going to disappear with one or two actions by any business. It will require collective action by vendors, reseller partners and customers, and it will take time – many years, in fact,” he says, adding that Techies Go Green signatories are leading from the front when it comes to sustainability, but they “are more the exception than the rule”.

As for what channel partners should do to advance their sustainability credentials, O’Hara says: “Start by measuring your business’s carbon footprint – you cant reduce what you havent measured. This will also help to develop a roadmap and action plan to become more sustainable over time.”

Apathy vs demand

Is the dearth of channel sustainability programmes down to channel apathy or something else?  

“I think it reflects a lack of interest from channel partners caused by a lack of financial commitment from customers,” says OCF sustainability officer Mischa van Kesteren.

“[Customers might say they want sustainable solutions], but they dont buy them. I have, on more than one occasion, designed more energy-efficient solutions than competitors and lost out to more wasteful solutions that offered greater raw performance but lower performance per watt. Intel designed a wholeLrange of low wattage CPUs [central processing units] which nobody bought, so it dropped them. 

There’s a reason why vendors and customers are the ones making the most noise about sustainability. “We cant be first movers on sustainability until customers start making it a competitive advantage,” says van Kesteren.

“I would say it is starting to get that way from asoftperspective where talking about it and making suggestions is gaining traction. However, we cant integrate it into our solutions to a great extent until customers start rewarding that decision with their business, which they arent, at least in our market. I do think this will change in the next year or two, however.”

“We can’t be first movers on sustainability until customers start making it a competitive advantage”
Mischa van Kesteren, OCF

Is there anything partners should do to try to supply sustainability programmes more of a channel focus?

“We could do more in terms of requesting what would be helpful for us in that area,” says van Kesteren. “For me, that would be tools that generate carbon footprint information easily, and also being able to select a range of delivery options that might be more sustainable such as rail freight, even if it means longer lead times. Also trying to condense deliveries as much as possible to reduce miles covered by delivery vehicles.”

The proposal to make deliveries more environmentally efficient is something mooted by Tech Data’s Kemers regarding print cartridges. With managed print services it is possible to predict which cartridges will run out in a week and which will need to be replaced in three months’ time. He suggests putting all the replacements into a single delivery to make for a smaller carbon footprint.

Partners need to avoid being caught in a pincer movement between customers keen to burnish their sustainability credentials, but not so enthusiastic about paying for the privilege and for vendors anxious to use environmental concerns as another way to sell their equipment and services.

Jostein Birkeland, principal technologist of sustainable transformation at HPE, cites IDC research which predicts 75% of enterprises will expect sustainability to be included in request for information (RFI) proposals by next year as a reason for partners to become more engaged.

“There are tangible business advantages for the channel in implementing sustainability programmes and supporting customers in their sustainability efforts,” he says. “Faced with resource limitations, supply chain constraints and high energy prices, organisations that are aligning their tech strategies with sustainability initiatives are growing stronger, more resilient and more able to accelerate a data-first digital strategy.”

He admits that while sustainability has become a key consideration for many channel players, “it is not a standard yet”, adding that the seemingly slow adoption in the channel space has different reasons, such as the fact that pressure from purchasers is directed to manufacturers, not the channel.

Also, channel partners are smaller companies than IT corporations, with fewer resources and fewer years of experience in sustainability practice, says Birkeland, and this is a cue for vendors that partners are looking to them as a key source for guidance on sustainability.

A disconnect on engagement

Louella Fernandes, research director at Quocirca, says there is a “disconnect” between vendors and the channel when it comes to sustainability.

“Given that [sustainability] is becoming a higher priority, the channel will need to be better engaged,” she says, citing the example of HP Inc’s reports on the growing proportion of B2B sales it attributes to sustainability. 

The HP Amplify channel programme is a bid to extend that advantage to partners, although Fernandes is not in a position to say whether it has driven an increase in business. “I would agree that there is probably a lack of interest from channel partners at this stage, and that is something vendors will need to address,” she adds.

Commenting on Amplify, HP’s MacDonald says: “Over 80% of our channel revenue comes from UK partners that have signed a pledge with HP that taps into HPs knowledge, training and resources to assess and Improve their sustainability performance while optimising sustainability-driven sales.” Describing it as “a strong and encouraging start”, he adds that the vendor is focused on “ensuring sustainability is at the forefront of the channel agenda”. 

“As print volumes settle into the rhythms of hybrid working, sustainability will return to being a priority”
Greig Millar, Brother UK

Brother’s Millar observes that channel partners have had a lot to deal with over the past couple of years, “but as print volumes settle into the rhythms of hybrid working, sustainability will return to being a priority”. He still believes it is the responsibility of vendors to ensure they can “support resellers with the sustainable solutions that will meet customers’ demands, whether that’s through a single programme or a range of comprehensive initiatives”.

Christina Walker, global director of channel at Blancco, believes that what motivates channel partners is how the solutions they use or offer can help to achieve their sustainability goals internally and for their customers.

“There hasnt been any demonstrable proof yet that sustainability programmes are an advantage for partners. However, it would certainly be an interesting factor to bring into an existing programme,” she says.

Walker disputes that partners have been apathetic about sustainability.I havent seen our partners being passive on the subject,” she adds. “In fact, they have been very proactive about sustainability and are currently doing reviews of their vendors to identify if they meet their customersand internal requirements.”

It’s heartening that all parts of the IT supply chain are starting to acknowledge and appreciate that sustainability is not just a word or a trend. Sustainability is a circle as big as the planet, and we all need to be inside it.

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Killexams : $63.6 billion Worldwide Cloud Enabling Technologies Industry to 2030 - Featuring BMC Software, HP Development, IBM and Microsoft Among Others

Dublin, July 25, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Cloud Enabling Technologies Market Size, Share, Trends, By Deployment Mode, By Technology, By Application, By Solution Type, By Service Type, and By Region Forecast to 2030" report has been added to's offering.

The global cloud-enabling technologies market size is expected to reach USD 63.63 Billion in 2030 and register a revenue CAGR of 8.3% over the forecast period, according to the latest report. The cloud-enabling technologies market is expected to grow owing to the rising need for efficient utilization of data center resources and enhanced operational capabilities. Additionally, the increasing adoption of cloud services among small and medium enterprises (SMEs) is anticipated to fuel market growth over the forecast period.

The cloud enabling technologies market comprises various software tools and platforms that enable an enterprise to develop, deploy, and manage its applications on the cloud. Cloud enabling technologies help enterprises in reducing their IT infrastructure cost and improving their operational efficiency.

Rising demand for cloud-based services and applications and the need for reducing operational costs are the major factors driving the growth of the cloud enabling technologies market. Majority of cloud solution providers are still in the early stages of adoption and are focused on providing basic cloud services. However, providers have started to offer new capabilities to enable enterprises to take advantage of cloud technologies for their digital transformation initiatives. These include DevOps automation, microservices-based application development, and serverless computing.

In addition, solution providers are also investing in research and development to create new cloud-based services and applications that can address the needs of enterprises across different industries. For instance, IBM has been investing in blockchain technology to create a decentralized platform that can be used by enterprises to streamline their operations.

Various features of cloud services including scalability, reduced IT cost, pay-per-use model, and others are fuelling the growth of the cloud enabling technologies market. The cloud enabling technologies market is expected to grow from USD Things like big data, gaming, and social media networks have been a major source of data. This has led to an increase in the demand for storage space on remote servers. Cloud services are being used to store and manage this data.

Deployment of cloud can reduce the overall IT cost by optimizing the data center resources. Capgemini's research indicates that the use of cloud can lead to an 18% reduction in the total IT cost. Cloud enabling technologies can broadly be classified into four categories, namely, infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), software as a service (SaaS), and business process as a service (BPaaS).

IaaS includes solutions such as storage, servers, and networking, which can be delivered to the customers on demand over the Internet. PaaS solutions provide a platform for developing, testing, and deploying cloud-based applications. SaaS solutions are application oriented and are delivered to the customers on demand. BPaaS solutions help in automating business processes, such as human resource (HR) and customer relationship management (CRM).

Some Key Highlights From the Report

  • On 12 November 2021, Microsoft Corporation MSFT announced that it had completed the acquisition of M12, Microsoft's venture fund. The fund has now been renamed to Ignite and will be managed by a team within Microsoft Ventures. This move signals Microsoft's continued focus on startups and their role in the company's future.
  • Public cloud segment revenue is expected to register faster revenue growth rate during the forecast period due to the increasing adoption of public cloud services by small and medium enterprises (SMEs).The Asia Pacific cloud enabling technologies market is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period due to the presence of a large number of SMEs in the region.
  • Multitenant technology segment accounted for the largest revenue share in 2021 due to the high demand for multitenancy in the cloud market. In addition, the segment is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 25% during the forecast period.
  • BFSI segment revenue is expected to register a steady growth rate during the forecast period due to the increasing demand for cloud-based banking and insurance applications among small and medium enterprises.
  • The healthcare sector is anticipated to grow at a significant pace owing to the rising adoption of cloud-based healthcare applications such as electronic health records (EHRs), enterprise resource planning (ERP), and patient management systems. The education sector is also expected to exhibit a significant growth rate due to the increasing adoption of cloud-based education applications and solutions among educational institutions.

Companies profiled in the global market report include BMC Software, Inc., HP Development Company, LP., IBM, Microsoft, Dell Technologies, Oracle, Citrix Systems, Inc., Broadcom, Parallels International GmbH, and SAP.

Key subjects Covered:

Chapter 1. Market Synopsis

Chapter 2. Executive Summary

Chapter 3. Indicative Metrics

Chapter 4. Cloud Enabling Technologies Market Segmentation & Impact Analysis
4.1. Cloud Enabling Technologies Market Material Segmentation Analysis
4.2. Industrial Outlook
4.2.1. Market indicators analysis
4.2.2. Market drivers analysis Increasing digitalization across industries Increasing demand for cloud-based services
4.2.3. Market restraints analysis Limited control and flexibility Rising cyber threat
4.3. Technological Insights
4.4. Regulatory Framework
4.5. Price trend Analysis
4.6. Customer Mapping
4.7. Covid-19 Impact Analysis
4.8. Global Recession Influence

Chapter 5. Cloud Enabling Technologies Market By Deployment Mode Insights & Trends
5.1. Deployment Mode Dynamics & Market Share, 2022 & 2030
5.2. Public Cloud
5.2.1. Market estimates and forecast, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
5.2.2. Market estimates and forecast, By Region, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
5.3. Private Cloud
5.3.1. Market estimates and forecast, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
5.3.2. Market estimates and forecast, By Region, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
5.4. Hybrid Cloud
5.4.1. Market estimates and forecast, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
5.4.2. Market estimates and forecast, By Region, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)

Chapter 6. Cloud Enabling Technologies Market By Technology Insights & Trends
6.1. Technology Dynamics & Market Share, 2022 & 2030
6.2. Broadband Networks & Internet Architecture
6.2.1. Market estimates and forecast, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
6.2.2. Market estimates and forecast, By Region, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
6.3. Data Center Technology
6.3.1. Market estimates and forecast, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
6.3.2. Market estimates and forecast, By Region, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
6.4. Virtualization Technology
6.4.1. Market estimates and forecast, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
6.4.2. Market estimates and forecast, By Region, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
6.5. Web Technology
6.5.1. Market estimates and forecast, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
6.5.2. Market estimates and forecast, By Region, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
6.6. Multitenant Technology
6.6.1. Market estimates and forecast, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
6.6.2. Market estimates and forecast, By Region, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)

Chapter 7. Cloud Enabling Technologies Market By Application Insights & Trends
7.1. Application Dynamics & Market Share, 2022 & 2030
7.2. BFSI
7.2.1. Market estimates and forecast, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
7.2.2. Market estimates and forecast, By Region, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
7.3. Telecom & IT
7.3.1. Market estimates and forecast, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
7.3.2. Market estimates and forecast, By Region, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
7.4. Manufacturing & Retail
7.4.1. Market estimates and forecast, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
7.4.2. Market estimates and forecast, By Region, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
7.5. Healthcare
7.5.1. Market estimates and forecast, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
7.5.2. Market estimates and forecast, By Region, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
7.6. Others
7.6.1. Market estimates and forecast, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
7.6.2. Market estimates and forecast, By Region, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)

Chapter 8. Cloud Enabling Technologies Market By Solution Type Insights & Trends
8.1. Solution Type Dynamics & Market Share, 2022 & 2030
8.2. Service-oriented Architecture (SOA) Solution
8.2.1. Market estimates and forecast, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
8.2.2. Market estimates and forecast, By Region, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
8.3. Autonomic Computing
8.3.1. Market estimates and forecast, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
8.3.2. Market estimates and forecast, By Region, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)

Chapter 9. Cloud Enabling Technologies Market By Service Type Insights & Trends
9.1. Service Type Dynamics & Market Share, 2022 & 2030
9.2. Platform as a Service (PaaS)
9.2.1. Market estimates and forecast, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
9.2.2. Market estimates and forecast, By Region, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
9.3. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
9.3.1. Market estimates and forecast, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
9.3.2. Market estimates and forecast, By Region, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
9.4. Software as a Service (SaaS)
9.4.1. Market estimates and forecast, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)
9.4.2. Market estimates and forecast, By Region, 2019 - 2030 (USD Billion)

Chapter 10. Cloud Enabling Technologies Market Regional Outlook

Chapter 11. Competitive Landscape
11.1. Market Revenue Share by Manufacturers
11.2. Manufacturing Cost Breakdown Analysis
11.3. Mergers & Acquisitions
11.4. Market positioning
11.5. Strategy Benchmarking
11.6. Vendor Landscape

Chapter 12. Company Profiles
12.1. BMC Software, Inc.
12.1.1. Company Overview
12.1.2. Financial Performance
12.1.3. Technology Insights
12.1.4. Strategic Initiatives
12.2. HP Development Company, LP
12.2.1. Company Overview
12.2.2. Financial Performance
12.2.3. Technology Insights
12.2.4. Strategic Initiatives
12.3. IBM
12.3.1. Company Overview
12.3.2. Financial Performance
12.3.3. Technology Insights
12.3.4. Strategic Initiatives
12.4. Microsoft
12.4.1. Company Overview
12.4.2. Financial Performance
12.4.3. Technology Insights
12.4.4. Strategic Initiatives
12.5. Dell Technologies
12.5.1. Company Overview
12.5.2. Financial Performance
12.5.3. Technology Insights
12.5.4. Strategic Initiatives
12.6. Oracle
12.6.1. Company Overview
12.6.2. Financial Performance
12.6.3. Technology Insights
12.6.4. Strategic Initiatives
12.7. Citrix Systems, Inc.
12.7.1. Company Overview
12.7.2. Financial Performance
12.7.3. Technology Insights
12.7.4. Strategic Initiatives
12.8. Broadcom
12.8.1. Company Overview
12.8.2. Financial Performance
12.8.3. Technology Insights
12.8.4. Strategic Initiatives
12.9. Parallels International GmbH
12.9.1. Company Overview
12.9.2. Financial Performance
12.9.3. Technology Insights
12.9.4. Strategic Initiatives
12.10. SAP
12.10.1. Company Overview
12.10.2. Financial Performance
12.10.3. Technology Insights
12.10.4. Strategic Initiatives

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