Profile of Bob Evans
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Bob Evans is senior VP, communications, for Oracle Corp. He is a former InformationWeek editor.
Articles by Bob Evans
posted in February 2011
In considering new Android and Blackberry tablets, CIOs need to focus on the numbers that matter: how many apps, and price of device.
Leo Apotheker's silence has raised lots of uncertainty about HP, but he says a March 14 event will make everything clear. He'd better be right.
iPad's success in business market underscores critical need for competitors to match soaring downloads of iPad-ready enterprise apps.
Warning that he doesn't know much about technology, the former president said tech's true potential lies in the service of institutions.
The $130 billion giant's moving aggressively into software and is proving it's not afraid to stomp on some toes -- even those of trusted partners.
Schmidt didn't help his company by criticizing Nokia's choice of Microsoft or by describing a creepy future in which we're never lonely.
While John Chambers's company has branched far beyond its networking roots, that core business has stumbled—and competitors are pouncing.
IBM and Apple held their high ground but HP and Cisco lost respect among money managers ranking the world's 100 largest corporations for Barron's.
HP and Microsoft must forge a partnership whose future transcends the PC business—will their egos let them?
IBM's chairman describes the power of culture and long-term thinking in his inaugural speech commemorating IBM's 100th birthday.
Hurd outlined several world-shaking trends while speaking with some of Oracle's largest financial-services customers and prospects.
IBM product chief Steve Mills delivers unique insights on analytics, acquisitions, and archrival Larry Ellison and Oracle.
The FCC's brazen power grab aimed at jamming bureaucracy down businesses's throats will be stifled by the new pro-growth Congress.
Salesforce's expanding product set and soaring enterprise sales make it the most influential cloud-software company in the world.
The Top 10 reasons why Netezza's shaking things up inside and outside of IBM—including some tough talk for Larry Ellison and Exadata.
While Jobs's request for privacy during medical leave is logical, Apple investors have a right to want more transparency than Apple's offering.
Dell says its enterprise solutions span from modularized data centers to a upcoming tablets that'll displace Apple's wildly popular iPad.
The hissy-fit about copying search results means absolutely nothing in the real world of customers who couldn't possibly care less.
The anti-capitalism community will howl, but the CEOs of IBM and Oracle deserve every penny of their big comp deals. Sorry, howlers, but the numbers tell the story.
As the $100-billion retailer accelerates its use of IT as a strategic weapon in its global expansion, Tesco CIO Philip Clarke will take the reins as CEO on March 1.