ServiceNow's new CEO John Donahoe is approaching the end of his first month in the job and is getting some clear feedback from customers about the firm's roadmap ahead.
Infor is buying Birst to flesh out its cloud BI capabilities. It's another savvy acquisition move by CEO Charles Phillips.
As LinkedIn passes the half a billion member mark, Microsoft is coming out of the gate with its first 'get Salesforce' integrations with Dynamics 365. Game on.
Three leading cloud services providers to the UK public sector give their response to techUK's new report calling for Cloud First to be more prominent on the government tech agenda.
The UK government laid down a Public Cloud First requirement on central government buyers a few years back. Is it still something that policy makers believe in as strongly? A new techUK report suggests that we've got ground to make up.
Debenhams is in decline and pinning its hopes on Social Shopping - aka mobile-heavy, omni-channel retail with an emphasis on selfies!
Sky's ad revenues are still growing, but slower than they were last year. Time to steal some business from the social media giants?
UKCloud has picked up one of the awards in this year's Queen's Awards for Enterprise - congratulations to a UK public sector technology champion!
eBay CEO Devin Wenig can see progress in his efforts to reinvent the firm for an increasingly competitive e-commerce landscape, but the work isn't without its own risks.
Buy and hire American First - nice rhetoric from US President Donald Trump yesterday as he signed another executive order, but not one that takes the H-1B visa debate on that much further for now.
"Accidents happen", according to one analyst yesterday. Wall Street gave United management an easier time than social media did over its appalling treatment of a passenger last week. Have they learned any digital PR lessons?
Netflix passed a huge subscriber milestone this past weekend, but an underlying slowdown in new sign-ups tells a different story. How long before there's a plateau that needs to be admitted to?
Delta had some good news to talk about yesterday, but as United's self-inflicted PR disaster continues to cause its share price to lose altitude, there's really only one topic of conversation.