In this edition: Tableau and LinkedIn's Wall Street woes, and critiquing Gartner's BI Magic Quadrant overhaul. Plus: learning from predictive analytics use cases and the problems of outcome-based projects. Your whiffs include: IBM cloud-bashing, mandatory Fitbits and kale abuse.
In this edition: moving past digital culture shock, and why we need "data driven iconoclasts." Plus: how NOT to botch a sales kick-off. Design thinking gets real - and speaking of real, a really bad enterprise "article" surfaces.
Enterprise hits and misses - Davos issues robots vs jobs warning, and the killer IoT app is a service
In this edition: Davos goes for digital speed but hits gender equality speedbumps. Robots square off against jobs, and the killer IoT app is an API service. Plus: some memorable whiffs.
In this edition: workplace change versus reality, big data emerges from the disillusionment trough. Plus: SAP and Oracle clouds get scrutiny, and tech inequality gets an MLK day review. Whiffs include database popularity overdose and... Sex in the City?
In this edition: Learning from U.S. digital governance knee scrapes, cloud financials and crying babies, plus the rise of enterprise tribes. Whiffs include Facebook failing at "Free" and Basic." And: your David Bowie video tribute.
It was the quietest week of the enterprise software year. But there WAS sneaky-big Salesforce news. The diginomica team pushed away from the holiday table with think pieces. In the blogosphere, smart peeps flexed their 2016 predictions chops.
Yup, it's here - Jon hands out his year-end enterprise bouquets and atomic wedgies.
Jon Reed picks the hits, whiffs, and occasional moments of lucidity from his 2015 pieces.
In this edition: diginomica takes issue with Gartner's bimodal IT, and can design thinking fix what ails the consulting/services industry? Also: the potency of Slacky collaboration. These whiffs may give you a contact high...
In this edition: digital and open source gets put to the test and the future of work is... the blockchain? Plus: a brave new AI world and whiffs with extra vinegar.
In this edition: Making sense of SAP, Oracle and HP. Use case spotlight includes IoT as a service and the collaboration cloud. Your whiffs include Adobe Flash security meltdown, and Jon's own meltdown on tech lifestyle infatuation.
In this edition: How Coca-Cola disrupts itself with co-innovation, and why insight as a service beats information overload. Plus: radical candor supports asshole bosses? Your whiffs include airline "innovation" and Twitter's tight-ass ecosystem.
This week's edition: Holiday shopping pushes retailers into digital winners and losers, IT triumphs over its detractors, and open source achieves business relevance. Whiffs include Yahoo misfires, bogus airline studies, and your author puts foot in Twitter mouth.