Aneel Bhusri is still taking the long view. As co-CEO of a cloud computing start-up with 207 business customers and millions of dollars in annual revenue, he's been getting lots of eager attention in recent days from IPO-hungry investment bankers.
Still, he's sticking to the plan: His company, Workday, won't go public until the second half of next year.
That's not stopping the rest of the tech and business world from buzzing about the potential of a new generation of cloud companies. At the All About the Cloud conference in San Francisco recently, the conversation about the cloud had shifted from "if" to "when."