SAP takes a stand on workplace diversity and inclusion, arguing that enterprises who do likewise can beat the talent shortage and build business growth
Overwhelming amounts of data can turn into overwhelming misinformation, says Peter Coffee of Salesforce – especially if there’s a confirmation bias in play, where too many of the people asking questions are all expecting (or even hoping for) the same result.
Regulator Ofcom has finally lost patience with BT’s tactics and is set to enforce a legal separation with Openreach and on its own terms. The game’s far from over, but it’s a step in the right direction for the UK digital economy.
How moving to agile IT has led disruptive innovation at banking giant ING as it rolls out bizdevops throughout its business
In this edition: Retailers gear up for their annual Black Friday gut check, but this time with an omni-channel twist. Meanwhile, Facebook faces the (fake) music while enterprise collaboration shifts. Plus: quantifying the gig economy, and loads of vendor interviews/analysis. Your whiffs include a PR spin on failure and the inescapable rise of the tech prediction season.
Slack has become a popular tool for chat and collaboration. John Appleby, GM Bluefin explains how Slack has grown in his business and shares lessons learned.
Collaboration tools are changing quickly. But are the team building approaches keeping pace? My weekend project – comb through the best resources for the cultural side of collaboration. I culled some tips – and pitfalls to avoid.
The US election didn’t go the way Marc Benioff would have hoped, but the Salesforce CEO remains optimistic – as well he might given the firm’s stellar Q3 numbers. Onwards to $20 billion?