The digital skills gap is not just a private sector issue, argues Andrew Lawson, UKI MD, Salesforce; all organisations must appeal to today’s emerging workforce – on multiple levels.
What's ahead for enterprise IT? We'll remember 2017 for these 5 pivotal technology trends, writes Kevin Roberts of FinancialForce
Voice control is coming to devices in the workplace, bringing virtual assistants to enterprise applications, predicts Kevin Roberts of FinancialForce
Trends in politics, technology, demographics and servitization all portend a renaissance for field service in 2017, writes Athani Krishna of ServiceMax
Now that AWS offers managed services, its MSP partners are in a dangerous predicament. UKCloud's Bill Mew suggests G-Cloud maps out an escape route.
Another year over, a new one about to begin. Andrew Lawson, SVP, North Europe, Middle East & Africa and Managing Director, UK & Ireland at Salesforce, gets out his crystal ball to place some bets on 2017 tech.
David Walsh, CFO at New Zealand Post, tells Unit4's Ton Dobbe about its remarkable transformation story and how a 180-year-old business survives disruption.
ERP customers at a budget crossroads can take a new direction to target investments in innovation around the core, writes Rimini Street's Sebastian Grady
Enterprises must learn to filter the Big Data torrent and present business users with a golden subset of actionable 'right data’ writes Infor's Kevin Price
Overwhelming amounts of data can turn into overwhelming misinformation, says Peter Coffee of Salesforce – especially if there’s a confirmation bias in play, where too many of the people asking questions are all expecting (or even hoping for) the same result.
AI and machine learning will have real impact at work in 2017. Unit4 chief architect Claus Jepsen explains why you'll learn to love your digital assistant
Customers speak about the business impact of modernizing field service and producing results that will delight CFOs, writes ServiceMax CFO Rick Gustafson
To meet the demands of 'need it now' buyers, enterprises need the control and visibility that supply chain networks give them, writes Infor's John Bermudez