The ad blocker story has entered new phase and one that should get publishers and advertisers rethinking strategy.
Workday Rising 2015 was a competent and workmanlike affair that asserts confidence but which portends a complex future with big bets made on big functionality.
A DSAG survey covering S4/HANA makes grim reading. But the follow on explanatory press release is more worrying. These are tough times for SAP and its customers.
Peeple may have good intentions but I can’t get past the marketing bullshit before worrying about the likelihood of destructive trolling.
Tribune Media pivoted its business model, using that as the opportunity to reinvent finance with Workday Financials. The project was completed inside seven months.
CEO Salesforce quits Facebook. His reasons make sense in one context but not in another. What do you think?
Workday planning is in the early stages of development. What we saw is promising but there is a lot of work to get done between now and eventual release.
IBMs acquisition of Meteorix is the latest in a line of consolidation style acquisitions in the Workday ecosystem. What’s happening?
Workday Rising 2015 got off to a great start with plenty to keep the crowd happy as the co-founders traded jokes and amusing tidbits to keep the early morning crowd awake.
Xero UK crossed a psychologically important barrier when it announced 100,000 customers. Everyone else now has to play catchup. It won’t be easy.
Apple’s $25 billion in enterprise sales is stunning. Is this the future for enterprise? Possibly.
Evernote’s new CEO didn’t take much time to cut back dead wood. Whether that’s enough to refocus the company is another matter. Buyers should think carefully about Evernote’s future before investing.
Workday 25 is now in the hands of customers. It is more a maintenance release than one that has new blockbuster features. The roadmap ahead includes a new learning module.