Marketo is repositioning as an engagement platform that brings marketing and sales together in readiness for the engagement economy
I didn’t know if the speakers at the Infor Federal Forum event would agree on anything. After all, we were in Washington D.C. where divisive politics are the rule these days. But the assembled agreed on one thing: the government has a recruitment and talent problem. How to fix that problem is where the conversation got interesting.
In London yesterday, Box CEO Aaron Levie outlines 5 big shifts in enterprise collaboration and Box’s role as a best-of-breed cloud platform leveraging AI
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.
A look at some SAP SuccessFactors futures, such as conversational HR, headless apps, workforce analytics, AI and machine service instead of self-service
Plenty to chew over as we dig into the announcements and discussion at SAP Ariba Live.
At HR Tech London, the keynotes emphasize the world is changing but I wonder is the HR function ready for the burden of digital transformation?
Designit global CEO Mikal Hallstrup talks about being part of IT services giant Wipro, and the evolution of and growing enterprise demand for digital design
Technical debt is a well known concept but do readers know it can lead to technical bankruptcy? This report sets out the what, they why, and the how of getting out of this potentially dangerous situation.
Three core themes govern how enterprises succeed with digital transformation across every industry, writes Joe Pascaretta of Infor’s H&L Digital team
Thames Water has formed a digital innovation and technology team to help modernize its legacy IT and assets as it adapts to a new business landscape