Facebook Messenger is being positioned as the platform for bot driven sales as new capabilities are brought to market. But Facebook isn't alone. It's a highly competitive space.
SAP S/4 HANA is maturing rapidly and according to the company is on the cusp of broad based adoption. The customer count on S/4 is still relatively small but the promise of acceleration is there.
Anaplan is on a roll at the moment with stellar growth and a unicorn valuation but it has to do much more than simply declare itself a platform play.
A breezy PR email on workplace productivity ruffled my feathers. But my snarky response led me to a much more substantive debate with Harmon.ie CEO Yaacov Cohen. He shared Harmon.ie's latest machine learning/Outlook-based approach to easing worker distractions. Then we got into the problem of always-on workplace culture, notification noise, and what the modern worker is up against.
While blockchain started its life as an enabler for cryptocurrencies, attention is now turning towards its application in security for CRM. Think that's pie in the sky? Read on.
Once again we hear Google getting serious about the enterprise. Do the recent GSuite product announcements truly cut it this time? Let's take a check on that.
SAP's newly-announced partnership with Google Cloud at Google Cloud Next raises a number of questions. In this dual-authored post, Jon and Brian share what they've learned to date. Here's why we think this announcement matters to customers - and what you should be tracking as this unfolds.
In part 2 of this review of enterprise collaboration, why content bests messaging and the surprising edge Dropbox has on Slack, Microsoft, Box and Google
SAP has just won in its SAP UK v Diageo test case determining the right of software vendors to charge license fees to users on indirect access to SAP generated data.
Digital minimalism questions the link between our gadgets and our quality of life. Maybe we should rethink enterprise productivity while we're at it. Here's some practical ways to rise above the noise.
Enterprises have learned the hard way that manual processes don't scale. The hope is that digitization can solve that - but that's not always the case. Barb Mosher Zinck shares how Coach's smart use of collaboration tech has enabled them to manage the physical presentation of 1,000 global stores.
Procurement in 2017 isn't going to be any easier than it has been for many years. But modern buyers are thinking ahead to what the shape of their investments might look like going forward. Here are my thoughts.
AI and machine learning will have real impact at work in 2017. Unit4 chief architect Claus Jepsen explains why you'll learn to love your digital assistant