Digital media is still chock full of disruption. But which stories pass the enterprise gut check? In this edition: a landmark study on tech media helps us to better grasp the battle for attention.
The tsunami of undifferentiated ads over the holiday period was a turn off.
‘It’s not just the tech, it’s the way that you use it’ is not the song’s real lyrics, but they could fit well as Microsoft looks to move the engagement with CRM users to a higher, more business-focused level.
SH:24 is a great example of how digital tools can be integrated with health services. Will it be able to scale up and service boroughs outside of London?
Ping Identity is helping Google establish a rival to Microsoft Active Directory, anchoring security to what Ping’s CEO calls the ‘steel thread of identity’
A survey finds employees are missing out on unclaimed expenses to the tune of $15 billion globally and $10 billion in the US alone, leading to disengagement
Video and social media transform onboarding at lingerie firm Hunkemöller.
There are a number of trends coming together in 2016 that should allow business a new way of thinking about generating value and getting things done: Augmented reality, freelance workers and automated assistants. The changes will involve how we look at our data, our workers and even work itself.
The report also states that new technologies could add £60bn to the British economy within a decade. But will Barclays be able to protect itself from technology changes?
The latest Cloud Price Index from 451 Research comes with the observation that negotiating individual, long-term contracts for services and applications is cheaper than a single contract with a CSP. It may be true, but it is arguably such good advice.
The UK-based children’s charity isn’t letting a lack of in-house software development skills stand in the way of digital transformation.
GE Software’s CTO Harel Kodesh sets out to de-silo the Industrial Internet before the IoT hole gets dug too deeply.
French office automation visionary Louis Naugès tells enterprises to go all-cloud to modernize IT and invest in the unique core that makes the business tick