About to launch in Europe, on-demand subscription airline Surf Air takes a novel approach to business travel that the 1970s jet set would approve of
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
In this edition - the collaboration market heats up, and the founder of Linux calls BS on tech "innovation." Weekend news steals the show, with SAP winning an indirect access court case with a bitter aftertaste. Uber gets called out for by a female ex-employee, and Yahoo is an open door - for customer data. Whiffs include, appropriately enough, the BS awards, and a fun/awkward email exchange.
Yeah, I'm an agile development fanboy. That's why I need data to keep my idealism in check. Computer Economics' new survey on agile development challenged my thinking. Insights behind the report bring clarity to agile's relevance - and explain why barriers to adoption persist.
The enterprise paper trail of documents transforms into a digital canvas for collaboration with Salesforce Quip, while partner Conga streamlines workflow
Uber has arrived in Bradford, West Yorkshire. It's the last place I expected to see them but so far it is working out surprisingly well. Here's my assessment of why this is happening. It's not all about Uber.
Some intriguing digital payroll futures are in the works at SAP and elsewhere, even though existing systems are among the last to move to the cloud
Beware the shiny new digital toy, warns Denis Pombriant. Beyond the "gospel of gizmodo" lies a better approach to digital transformation - one that's grounded in lasting change. And yes, a new human-machine interface.
Phil closes out 2016 with his top ten stories of the year.
The UK version of Deloitte's CIO survey is a revealing look at CIOs in transition - and the talent issues holding them back. Here's my critical review.
How moving to agile IT has led disruptive innovation at banking giant ING as it rolls out bizdevops throughout its business
Bridging the gap between developers and business users has been difficult but New Relic has found a way to accomplish that arises out of the way the C-suite is consuming data.
My discussion of the Uber Tribunal case in London caused something of a stir. Here is a fresh take that looks in further detail at the judgment and its ramifications.