business insights for the digital enterprise
Sure, cloud is faster, cheaper, better. It's also helped manufacturers improve quality, boost output and go real-time, writes Plex Systems' Jim Shepherd
It's time to look past the headline paranoia and seriously examine the risk factors surrounding cloud security, writes Infor COO Pam Murphy
Affirmative guidance for successful innovation: “make the product more adaptive to the user," says Salesforce's Peter Coffee.
In services organizations, people make the difference. Do your workplace systems support diversity? asks Unit4’s Thomas Staven
Companies expect much more than just traditional finance skills from employees, argues Oracle's Dee Houchen.
Sure, cloud is faster, cheaper, better. It’s also helped manufacturers improve quality, boost output and go real-time, writes Plex Systems’ Jim Shepherd
Googling for SAP HANA business case produces some interesting results. But not as you might expect.
Outdated processes and artificial divisions between innovators and operations people – a lack of manufacturing devops – hold back enterprises in myriad ways
My last user experience (UX) pieces focused on design methods. This time around, we focus on UX design in action, with views and project stories from UX consultant and practitioner Jose Coronado.
Earlier in the week, Brian Sommer provided some takeaways for cloud app audit scenarios. I go back to basics.
Accenture’s not talking about outsourcing so much these days, but can pitch a strong digital message, says CEO Pierre Nanterme.
At the division of the Japanese electronics giant selling audio/visual technologies to corporate customers, sales executives can now see more clearly the lengths their colleagues in service and support go to on behalf of customers.
Three end user organizations from three different business sectors drill down on what it takes for effective digital transformation.