Michael Dell Predicts in 10 Years More Computed Data on the Edge Than Cloud
Michael Dell Predicts in 10 Years More Computed Data on the Edge Than Cloud

“The surprise outcome ten years from now is there’ll be something much bigger than the private cloud and the public cloud,” says Dell Technologies CEO Michael Dell. “It’s the edge. I actually think there will be way more computed data on the edge in ten years than any of the derivatives of cloud.”

Walmart Can't Let Amazon Out Walmart Walmart
Walmart Can’t Let Amazon Out Walmart Walmart

“They kept making a new step every time and the rest of retail had to follow and they won the game, they got all the market share,” says Jan Kniffen of J. Rogers Kniffen Worldwide “They can’t let Amazon out Walmart Walmart (when it comes to free one-day shipping). Walmart will fight this battle to the bitter end.”

There’s No Doubt It’s a Cloud First World, Says Rackspace SVP
There’s No Doubt It’s a Cloud First World, Says Rackspace SVP

“If you think about where we are on the technology adoption curve and the trillion dollars of spend that are ultimately going to move, there’s no doubt that it’s a cloud-first world,” says Prashanth Chandasekar, Senior Vice President & General Manager at Rackspace.

How WeWork is Using Technology to Revolutionize Office Space Worldwide
How WeWork is Using Technology to Revolutionize Office Space Worldwide

“We open 15 to 20 buildings a month,” says WeWork CTO Shiva Rajaraman. “Anything we can use to automate or augment a person through machine learning we’re taking all that data in one central place and starting to create an engine around that. That’s key to successful scaling today.”

Customers Need an Easy Button for Cloud
Customers Need an Easy Button for Cloud

“Customers need in a lot of ways, I hate to say it, but almost an easy button for cloud,” says Matt Liebowitz of Dell Technologies Consulting. “Often when they try to build it themselves, they bring the components together themselves, but it’s really difficult to do that integration work.”

Building the Target of the Future
Building the Target of the Future

“We dropped back several years ago and started thinking about building the target of the future,” says Target CEO Brian Cornell. “It really started with an investment in understanding the consumer and really understanding what they were looking for and how to build the capabilities.”

SAP CEO: We're the Fastest Growing Cloud Company In the Enterprise Software Space
SAP CEO: We’re the Fastest Growing Cloud Company In the Enterprise Software Space

“Were the fastest growing cloud company in the enterprise software space,” says SAP CEO Bill McDermott. “We grew total revenue by 16% and grew cloud 48%. Let me just put this on the line. When you grow cloud 48%, that’s 80% faster than Salesforce, that’s 30% faster than Workday.

At Honeywell Innovation is Always the Key, Says CEO
At Honeywell Innovation is Always the Key, Says CEO

“Anything we do in Honeywell, innovation is always the key,” says Honeywell CEO Darius Adamczyk. “Whether it’s expanding into Europe, driving more robotics, a connected warehouse offering which we are bringing to customers and having a broader play, are the key technology levers for that business.”

5G is Designed So That Industries Can Use Cellular at Massive Scale, Says Qualcomm CEO
5G is Designed So That Industries Can Use Cellular at Massive Scale, Says Qualcomm CEO

5G is really designed so that other industries such as automotive, self-driving cars, connected healthcare, connected education, connected infrastructure, are really set up to use cellular for the first time at massive scale, says Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf.

Automation Will Not Kill the Need for Human Skills In Manufacturing, Says Allegion CEO
Automation Will Not Kill the Need for Human Skills In Manufacturing, Says Allegion CEO

“Where you have a high variation you’re always going to have the need for human input,” says Dave Petratis, CEO of Allegion. “Where you add variation to the product that’s being developed or manufactured it requires labor. I can think of a variety of industries where automation will not kill the need for human skills in manufacturing globally.”