Vinnie Mirchandani has produced a thought provoking book on the impact of machines in the modern world. He poses important questions but doesn’t always leave us with answers. Even so, this is an important addition to the discourse on 21st century technology impacts.
In this edition: cloud buzzword fatigue, and overcoming legacy tech talk. Plus: the digital enterprise in review, and why analytics can’t grasp the elusive customer of one. Cloud ERP is re-assessed, and the database market resets. Your whiffs include linkbait lifts and PR cowpies.
Plex has made its first acquisition and it’s an important addition for manufacturers who need supply chain capability.
In this edition: Oracle buys NetSuite and makes rumors come true. Plus: why HR clouds are falling short, and e-commerce shakes up retail. Your whiffs include bad Olympics, bad linkbait, and one non-whiff from… the TSA?
Sage CEO Stephen Kelly has made significant progress since joining the company almost two years ago. We take a look at the turnaround plan thus far.
NetSuite returns to the ancestral home as Oracle pays $9.3 billion for Larry Ellison’s ‘other’ cloud company
Those Oracle buying NetSuite rumors have finally come true and it’s costing the former $9.3 billion to beef up its cloud portfolio. Now come the tricky questions…
One of the high points of Inforum 2016 was a sit down with Jim Ollerton of Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District. He gave us an inside view of a next-generation SaaS implementation, in his case, Infor CloudSuite. He also shared the IT philosophy driving his organization’s cloud migrations.
European software giant Sage believes that the SMB market is calling out for an easier way to carry out simple finance requests. Are bots the answer?