1980s sci-fi showed the promise of artificial intelligence. Today it's real. Unit4's Claus Jepsen explains how AI will help you do more in the workplace
Lessons from Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - Salesforce's Peter Coffee finds much to consider.
Mathematics redefined: Chris Pope, VP Strategy, ServiceNow, explains why 7 into 9 does go if we use a 7-point plan for service management intelligence to avoid 9-digit corporate losses.
Too often, the cost of indecision isn't properly weighed. Acumatica's Ali Jani makes his case for cloud ERP - and the risks companies incur by lingering on older systems, where technical debt accumulates.
Innovation can happen in all corners of government, and grassroots ideas can quickly sprout, helping build an inclusive culture of learning and critical thinking, says Salesforce's Gavin Mee.
Unconscious bias adds risk and cost to hiring decisions. Infor's Dr Jill Strange explains how smart data and predictive analytics can help you cut it out
Scale and knocked down list prices shouldn’t be the only things that buyers look out for when purchasing IaaS for technology projects. Bill Mew, cloud strategist at UKCloud, offers tips on the red flags of cloud contracts.
Serverless AWS Lambda v Amazon ECS on Docker containers. Which of these pay-as-you-go compute services is for you? New Relic's Lee Atchison weighs them up
Companies that look to become the business superstars of tomorrow are using cloud technology to evolve, offering customers amazing, personalised experiences.
Self-driving software will transform enterprise productivity and boost profits for those who adopt it, writes Unit4 CEO Stephan Sieber
Manufacturers reinventing processes should not forget to refresh the org structure too with new roles and skills, writes Infor's Mark Humphlett
What makes for a successful pivot by a challenged incumbent, enabling (in rare cases) continued leadership through more than one major epoch of an industry? Lessons from the Art of War.
Artificial intelligence in the enterprise is much more than voice controlled gadgets. Business AI must be smart, writes Deskera founder and CEO Shashank Dixit