Enterprise data analysts at cloud file sharing service Dropbox probably know more about how your teams work than you do - and how to help them work better
Almost every conversation with SAP, its customers and partners had some tinge of indirect access. To its credit, SAP was up front about where it is at. User groups smell opportunity but each has a different approach. Customers are the ones who are left head scratching. We separate the noise from the signal on this discussion.
Online consumers want to trade when they want to trade, using what they want to use to do it, and they expect businesses to have their systems sufficiently glued together to make this happen.
Ross Mason explains the benefits of making your IT assets consumable and reuseable via the use of MuleSoft’s API integration platform.
We shot a bunch of customer use cases at Sapphire Now 2017. Of the video themes, one standout was mature S/4HANA customers, who can speak to the role S/4HANA has played in digital transformation and customer-facing pursuits. Here's an annotated roundup of a few of them.
Coupa Payments launches today to automate global payments in partnership with Nvoicepay and eliminate paper from another aspect of spend
Announcements at Build17 around Windows 10 Fall Creators edition show that Windows now takes second place to Azure and AI in the Microsoft firmament
Agile and DevOps teamwork tools vendor Atlassian sees transparency as the secret sauce of collaboration in the digital enterprise
In this edition: enterprise apps unbundle as "intelligent agents" crop up everywhere. AI gets put to the A/B test with a slew of pieces on AI pros and cons. Tableau goes for subscription pricing while Jive goes... ? Your whiffs include a naive assessment of journalists, and a dorky attempt to close the open web. Plus: Stuart's pursuit of digital pizza earns a sneaky tribute to a movie legend named Spicoli.
The convergence of cloud, mobile, AI is enabling the unbundling of enterprise apps and functions to be rebundled in innovative, more frictionless patterns
Infor CEO Charles Phillips gave attendees at Marketo's customer event this week a sneak preview of Project Max, a digital assistant for sales people
Fast-growing technology business CityFibre got rid of all the paper in its buying process when it rolled out cloud-based Coupa spend management overnight
In this edition: why technical bankruptcy is innovation quicksand. Also: IBM changes the enterprise blockchain debate with its blockchain as a service offering. Plus self-disruptive CIOs, ERP lawsuits, and diversity gets real. Your whiffs include, of course, United Airlines and its wardrobe (policy) malfunction. But that's not the only whiff of note.