A lawyer has taken to LinkedIn to have a go at Google and frighten developers. It's not the best use of a lawyer's time.
The threatened extinction by litigation is a nasty turn in the world of media. While we have no dog in the fight that brings this to attention, we do believe that freedom of speech matters.
Oops - we didn't quite get our stuff out. Here's what happened. Thank you Sod's Law.
Intuit did well in Q3 FY2016 but what is happening in the US SMB accounting and tax market? It's not simple and desktop is proving surprisingly resilient.
Infosys is making big moves in the cloud. Here's what's going on as it relates to both Azure and AWS
Education for S/4HANA could turn out to be the elephant in the room. Here is one way to consider resolving the problem.
Studies suggest that Fitbit heart rate trackers produce unreliable results. This is not the first time that Fitbit has come under scrutiny. We believe this topic needs a more objective assessment.
The number of use cases we are seeing is ratcheting up nicely. They're all interesting and providing valuable insights into how business is moving forward in the 21st century.
We are on a journey towards personalization. Here is what we are doing at diginomica and why.
SAPPHIRENow 2016 chalks up a success for customers. These are the people who count the most and on this occasion they gave SAP a thumbs up across the board.
BYD is beyond alive and kicking, it's kicking ass. Here's what I learned from SAPPHIRE Now 2016
SAP has found something truly original and exciting. Real time data that can add genuine business value.
Customers are being given a heavily sugar coated dose of love and affection from senior SAP executives. What's behind this? Read on.