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
Robotic Process Automation goes deeper than BPO previously allowed. Automation end-to-end using bots is not possible, explains ServiceNow's VP Strategy, Chris Pope.
Three emerging technologies - IoT, AI and drones - will reshape the future of enterprise asset management (EAM). Infor's Kevin Price explains what to expect
The rise of serverless computing brings three benefits to CDOs looking to extend core applications to deliver new capabilities, writes Unit4's Ton Dobbe
It's our collective responsibility to ensure innovation benefits all of us and not just those who currently work in the tech sector, because all of the UK will benefit from proper training and skills enhancement, says Salesforce's Gavin Mee.
Procurement veteran David Hearn believes the key to getting spend under management is to make everyone a buyer. Coupa CMO Tara Ryan outlines his thinking.
It's a myth that all cloud platforms are equal. There are generalists and there are specialists. UKCloud's Cloud Strategist Bill Mew shares his views on why a specialist is needed for the health and care sector.
The Information Technology Innovation Foundation - backed by Silicon Valley's finest - recently hit out at the perils of data localisation rules. UKCloud's Nicky Stewart detects more than a little self-interest on display in its recommendations for change.
Nail-clippers, toasters and voyages of fractal dimension - Salesforce's Peter Coffee has maps and metaphors on his mind.