Britain’s broadband balls-up – a very British rant from Martin Banks on why the UK needs to focus more on the comms networks than a fast rail network.
BBC Three is moving online as the Corporation looks to digital shifts to cut costs as it comes under budget pressure.
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.
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.
E-commerce is giving way to digital commerce, and the distinction matters. The problem is that very few companies have the mobile chops to deliver digital experiences.
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.
The tech conference event season has been hectic. The good news is that there is a sense of change in the air and that’s all to the good.
Nordstrom’s downbeat view of the holiday season hasn’t helped JC Penney as its omni-channel turnaround takes shape.
Can you make a difference in the lives of small farmers with mobile technology – even where broadband and smart phones are scarce? WeFarm is proving that the answer is yes.
The question must become, not how much do we have, but how much can it do? Salesforce’s Peter Coffee asks how information can be more a force than a mass?
With poor productivity a perennial problem in the UK, Microsoft’s CEO used his company’s conference in London’s ExCel set out some new ways of giving it a boost for the future.
Centrica’s HR team wants to shift focus from the transactional to the strategic.