Workday Blogs - Corporate

Dreamforce 2011, Workday Tech Summit, and the Post-PC World

September 28, 2011 by Aneel Bhusri on Corporate

For those of us that live in the SaaS or cloud world, Dreamforce is the main event of the year. This year's Dreamforce, held the last week of August, was no exception: 45,000 people registered to attend and some great product announcements came out of the event. It was a personally exciting time for me, as we announced a major partnership with, and earlier that week hosted our second Workday Tech Summit.  Read Entire Blog >>

Workday Blogs - Corporate

A Busy Saturday Afternoon

May 9, 2011 by Aneel Bhusri on Corporate

Like all companies, Workday does everything possible to avoid system failures. Unfortunately, they can still happen and when they do, we have a special obligation to our customers to bring systems back online quickly and securely given our status as a leading cloud vendor.   Read Entire Blog >>

Workday Blogs - Corporate

Welcome to the Workday Integration Cloud

March 28, 2011 by Aneel Bhusri on Corporate

Today we're formally launching the Workday Integration Cloud Platform, marking an important day for Workday, our customers, and our partners. Everyone in the Workday ecosystem can now use a proven set of tools we've developed to build integrations that connect Workday with other business systems and applications.  Read Entire Blog >>

Workday Blogs - Corporate

Workday’s Year of Transformation

February 2, 2011 by Aneel Bhusri on Corporate

Now that we’ve closed last year’s books and are several weeks into 2011, I want to share some thoughts on Workday’s accomplishments and where we’re headed.  Read Entire Blog >>

Workday Blogs - Cloud

Dreamforce Musings: Why the Real Cloud Has Gained Momentum

December 15, 2010 by Aneel Bhusri on Cloud

I had the rare and great opportunity to attend the opening two days of Dreamforce last week. Rare, because I can’t remember the last user conference I went to as an attendee rather than a speaker (turns out it’s a lot less stressful to be in the audience.  Read Entire Blog >>