Accenture is now 50% transitioned to The New of cloud and digital services. But the Trump administration's failure to deliver on public sector reform is taking a toll.
Some sabre-rattling at Salesforce and a strong use case in AT&T - Oracle's cloud fortunes impress Wall Street.
Travis Kalanick has quit as CEO of Uber, an enforced decision that is the result of the firm's toxic culture. It's time for the firm to grow up and fast.
Adobe's decision to go subscription-only was a gamble a few years ago, but it's paid off in spades.
The Trump American Technology Council has had its first photo opportunity gathering, with not entirely happy results for some...
A Soft Brexit dependent on the use of new technology? The Chancellor's Mansion House address makes for interesting reading for the tech scene.
Amazon's takeover of Whole Foods is only the start of something bigger. For established online grocery firms like Ocado, this is a good news/bad news situation.
Two years ago JC Penney was an omni-channel non-starter, but all that's changing, says CEO Marvin Ellison.
Scotland's just delivered its own version of Defra's rural payments debacle. With Brexit looming, UK government needs to get to grips with this mess.
Everyone knows that millennials don't want to go into bank branches, yes? No, says Wells Fargo's Mary Mack. Here's why.
It's over. Dot com pioneer Yahoo! is no more and CEO Marissa Mayer's announced her last in a long line of turnaround plans. Now, who takes the Oath?
AI and CRM are mutually-beneficial according to new research from IDC. But what about the jobs implications for both public and private sectors?
For years digital commerce growth has been all about traffic, traffic, traffic. Not any more it seems. An interesting shift as the number of retail digital commerce use cases grows.