Lloyds Banking Group plans to spend £1 billion on digital transformation over three years. For CEO António Horta-Osório, there are already signs that this is money well-spent.
The Brexit vote and Trump's election were two major upheavals on a global scale, but for French services provider Atos, it's a case of finding the best way to create opportunities out of the uncertainties.
Walmart has seen a healthy uptick in e-commerce business, but Macy's is still struggling to the strike the online/offline balance.
Big Data could revolutionise UK public sector service delivery, but there are barriers in the way, not least the need to build trust among citizens, says John Manzoni, Chief Executive of the Civil Service.
Defra Permanent Secretary Clare Moriarty advocates fresh thinking around design and 'undesign' in government as the UK faces up to life outside of Europe.
The shadow of Donald Trump hung over the Nasscom Leadership Forum in Mumbai last week, but Indian tech leaders found reasons to be cheerful.
Capgemini aims to up its digital credentials with a view to expanding its business in North America. It's interesting timing when half the global workforce is in India and President Trump's about to sign another executive order...
Another year, another security breach problem for Yahoo! - and just and Verizon seems to have agreed a cut-price takeover deal for the firm as well.
Pandora was a disruptor in the digital music sector, but is it now in danger of being itself disrupted by the likes of Apple and Spotify?
The Walt Disney Company is one of the biggest brands in the world. But is it too big to fail in a world of digital media disruption? CEO Bob Iger reckons so.
Yahoo! pulled out of a Congressional meeting last month and Senators are pissed. Time for Marissa Mayer and team to review their disclosure thinking on the subject?
20th Century Fox is a big dog in the entertainment world, but its tail is being wagged by the disruption made manifest by the rise of Netflix. CEO James Murdoch knows that he needs to shore up his digital defences.
2016 was the year of the unexpected; 2017 is the year of volatility. Genpact CEO N. V. Tyagarajan sees the dangers, but also the opportunities for driving digital transformation.