Is digital marketing now mainstream? Gartner thinks so, but then it also thought the CMO would be the lead IT decision maker around about now.
Lithium has gone from using OpenStack to “get developers feet wet” to being a key part of the firm’s cloud and business strategies.
One last set of combined financials for old time’s sake before the two HPs reporting their own numbers next year – and we’re going out with a whimper.
S/4 HANA is the ‘bet the farm’ gambit for SAP. But while customers appreciate a roadmap, they want to move at their own pace and their own price, as SAP is finding out.
Over-hyped and we’re over it. That’s the message from the SAP user community to their provider on the subject of digital transformation. And it gets worse. Don’t mention innovation…
Almost nine out of ten cervical cancer deaths worldwide occur in the developing world. Researchers from the University of Heidelberg are rolling out screening to women most at risk.
Salesforce isn’t benchmarking itself against SAP or Oracle these days. Look instead to the big consultancies and their CEO level access as the template for 2016.
Nordstrom’s downbeat view of the holiday season hasn’t helped JC Penney as its omni-channel turnaround takes shape.
Centrica’s HR team wants to shift focus from the transactional to the strategic.
Customers who are willing to go on video always make an impression – double so when they come onto our unscripted set. Here’s the themes from this year’s batch of SAP TechEd customer shoots.
IBM’s buying up the digital arm of The Weather Channel to provide a new tool for Watson to play with.
The Oracle PR machine is in startup mode as it briefs us on what to expect at Oracle Open World 2015. Sounds a bit like 2014, but with more meat and an emphasis on HCM.
Analytics is helping food giant Nestlé uncover the secrets behind high staffing attrition rates.