There's a trust deficit around big business and the rise of populism to challenge the establishment. At Davos this week, business leaders debated whether size really matters.
Snapchat is to set up its international HQ in London - another sign of confidence in life after Brexit from the US tech industry?
Yahoo!'s board of directors is putting in places the pieces for life after a Verizon takeover, but it could be premature thinking if the deal doesn't proceed as planned.
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.
The best of diginomica 2016 courtesy of Martin Banks.
The UK’s higher education sector is now subject to market forces like never before. But could mobile, flexible and social learning provide the answer to helping universities succeed?
Two stories involving privacy - or lack thereof - paint a dystopian picture. Evernote throws privacy under the "machine learning" bus, while Yahoo sets an unflattering record for total accounts breached. There may be a silver lining though: better policies and more urgency.
Had your fill of buzzword-saturated tech predictions? We've got your holiday tonic. Welcome to Brian and Jon's first annual enterprise software un-predictions.
In this edition: digital government goes navel-gazing - we extract lessons. Plus: Silicon Valley leaders gear up for a landmark meeting with the president-elect with huge issues on the table. Your whiffs include diginomica readers eviscerating LinkedIn. I call a self-whiff as well.
This week, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella took to LinkedIn to blog about the integration roadmap. The subsequent commenting frenzy was entertaining - but also instructive. If Microsoft wants to deliver the "amazing synergies" enthusiasts are anticipating, it will need to address data privacy concerns.
Retailers and manufacturers have spent millions on social, online and mobile apps development, but a global study from GT Nexus suggests that the money might be better spent elsewhere.
Social media fails are the fried dough of the Internet. Here's your yummy helping, along with a few enterprisey takeways - that would be the Brussels sprouts.
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.