As LinkedIn passes the half a billion member mark, Microsoft is coming out of the gate with its first 'get Salesforce' integrations with Dynamics 365. Game on.
UK employers have mixed views on what impact uncertainty brought about by the Brexit referendum is having on the tech skills market.
Culture and creativity go hand in hand but what is the reality and is the notion of creative business a pipedream? Gapingvoid is optimistic but makes clear the need for significant change management. That starts at the top.
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.
We talk about robots displacing jobs but is that the right way to view the apparently intractable problem of solving for long term meaningful 'work.' Perhaps we're looking at the question through the wrong lens.
Smart Migration policies are going to be key to avoiding the UK falling off a tech talent cliff edge post Brexit, says trade association techUK.
If recruitment is to be an effective and valuable function then modern techniques are needed that are well beyond CV sifting. Expr3ss! offers a view. This is an emerging field and many questions remain open.
Cisco is digitizing the whole candidate journey in a bid to attract, engage and employ more high quality recruits.
If you can't find the right skills then what are you doing to grow the skills you need? Size doesn't matter in this context but understanding value does. Are you even remotely prepared or leaving it to others?
Uber's current HR crisis is a text book example of tone at the top leading to a failing culture. How Uber addresses this will determine the extent to which it matures into a truly great company.
The Brexit vote and Trump's election were two major upheavals on a global scale, but for French services provider Atos, it's a case of finding the best way to create opportunities out of the uncertainties.
The shadow of Donald Trump hung over the Nasscom Leadership Forum in Mumbai last week, but Indian tech leaders found reasons to be cheerful.
The nature of customer service is changing as customers become more adroit in their use of digital technologies. How is the call center responding and what does this mean for sales? The answer will surprise some.