The fantasy of ‘the cloud’ is at least beginning to dissipate, and we can finally see that it hid some pretty stark realities for unified comms and collaboration.
GPU optimized databases are rapidly moving from science project to business reality. Here's what it means.
Don't talk to me about cloud TCO! People who approach the cloud with cost-of-ownership sliderules in hand really have got the wrong end of the stick
It's game over for public cloud infrastructure - right? AWS all the way. Not so fast says Kurt Marko. There are important decisions to be made and Google should be in the mix,
Is Slack the magic bullet with which to solve your enterprise email problems? That depends but there is evidence that institutional issues are exacerbating or repeating past problems.
Enterprise marketing cloud providers are turning to aggressive pricing rather than innovation, claims Marketo founder Phil Fernandez.
In this edition: Tableau and LinkedIn's Wall Street woes, and critiquing Gartner's BI Magic Quadrant overhaul. Plus: learning from predictive analytics use cases and the problems of outcome-based projects. Your whiffs include: IBM cloud-bashing, mandatory Fitbits and kale abuse.
With quarterly upgrade cycles, a comprehensive portfolio and a rapid engagement model, Oracle Cloud says it sees a rising tide of enterprise cloud adoption
ServiceNow demonstrates what happens when you eat your own dog food
In this edition: moving past digital culture shock, and why we need "data driven iconoclasts." Plus: how NOT to botch a sales kick-off. Design thinking gets real - and speaking of real, a really bad enterprise "article" surfaces.
Creating passionate customers who advocate for your brand isn't easy - what's in it for them? Recently, BMC's Kim Ellis told me how her team moved BMC from a one-way reference program to a genuine community. And she's got results to show for it.
It was only a matter of time before Microsoft took a swipe at the enterprise cloud infrastructure market. Can it succeed? Possibly.
A surprising headline about the irrelevance of university degrees made the think that workplace change is in the air. The reality is more complicated, but there are fresh ideas and data to consider.