The Wall Street Journal CIO Network brings together chief information officers and technology officers from the world’s largest and most influential companies with the mission to identify key challenges in technology and new opportunities for innovation that will unlock value for their organizations. Here's a look at what members had to say about cloud computing for business in today's environment.
CIO Network: How Cloud Is Changing Business
Google Cloud Senior Vice President Diane Greene talks with WSJ's Steven Rosenbush about how emerging cloud technologies can change business operations. They speak at the CIO Network in San Francisco.
CIO Network: Taking Physical Businesses Digital
Microsoft's Worldwide Commercial Business EVP, Judson Althoff, describes how his company has used cloud computing to help agricultural companies like Land O'Lakes. He speaks with WSJ's Steven Rosenbush at the CIO Network in San Francisco.
CIO Network: Cloud Hype Vs. Reality
General Catalyst managing director Steve Herrod, Andreessen Horowitz general partner Peter Levine and Accel partner Rich Wong talk about hype versus reality in the future of cloud computing and business technologies. They speak with WSJ's Rolfe Winkler at the CIO Network in San Francisco.
CIO Network: How Big Companies Move to Cloud
Amazon Web Services Cloud Architecture Strategy VP Adrian Cockroft talks about the differences and similarities in moving different companies to the cloud from Netflix to BMW. He speaks with WSJ's Jay Greene at the CIO Network in San Francisco.