President Trump has chosen to rescind guidance on transgender students rights to use certain bathrooms. It's a decision that is going to do nothing to improve the already tense relationship with the tech industry.
2016 was the year of the unexpected; 2017 is the year of volatility. Genpact CEO N. V. Tyagarajan sees the dangers, but also the opportunities for driving digital transformation.
Cognizant brings in 80% of its revenues from North American clients, but has 75% of its workforce in India. In these H-1B uncertain times, no wonder it plans to ramp up US headcount.
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.
As President Trump denounces the US judiciary, 97 tech firms have stepped up to the mark in a legal filing to take a stand against his immigration and travel ban.
There are many competing opinions about the potential impact of tinkering with the H1B visa program. Here is one point of view that draws heavily upon history for its context.
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
Digital transformation is an ongoing journey without end. Oracle's Safra Catz teamed with HSBC's Joanna Fielding to share war stories and offer up some tips for others to follow.
Salesforce's Peter Coffee has had enough of apocalyptic thinking. It's time to think about creating partnership between technology to do the routinizable and the algorithmable, and people to do the trans-disciplinary and the relational.
Tech leaders continue to speak out against Trump's immigrant and refugee ban, but some in the sharing economy aren't doing quite so well.
Mike Gedye, executive director at the real estate advisory firm CBRE, explains how the firm is shaping up to deliver the smart workspaces that corporate occupiers increasingly demand.
President Trump has signed an Executive Order banning people from selected Muslim-majority countries. The tech industry needs to take a stand - for economic and ethical reasons.
The UK government has a digital skills crisis on its hands that it's not facing up to. Step forward Microsoft to shoulder the burden. Good news, yes, but with troubling implications.