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.
Black Friday came and went and the stats are coming in. What's clear is that in the US, offline stores still matter to shoppers, while m-commerce has proven to be good investment for savvy retail firms.
The travel agent in the high street may be on the wane, but there are those, like Thomas Cook, which are investing in digital to upgrade their operating models.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday offer a boom in retail business, but also add pressure to online and offline fulfilment systems. Target is convinced its digital investment is going to enable it to avoid problems during this busy period.
Black Friday is almost upon us and JC Penney CEO Marvin Ellison hopes to use the firm's digital transformation efforts to bolster growth.
At SAPTechEd 2016 Barcelona, developers wanted an update on the Apple iOS SDK partnership. We got that, and a whole lot more, in a customer session with pre-early SDK adopter Mapal. The story brought a compelling twist: Mapal's new iPad app is fueling an ambitious IoT platform play.
With Argos now part of its portfolio, grocery firm Sainsbury's is ramping up its digital ambitions to become a major player in the wider retail e-commerce world.
For the next three days, the New York Times is pulling down its paywall, but CEO Mark Thompson's push to monetize digital services will return unabated.
Since we last visited the so-called "IT talent crisis," the world hasn't fallen off a cliff after all. But new reports help to show the across-the-board demand for digital skills, and the jobs that are emerging.
Starbucks digital successes are being trumpeted again by the company's management, but CEO Howard Schultz is concerned at the impact of the US Election on the future of retail.
Uber's losing at an employment tribunal in London is a temporary setback for the company. Here's why.
My love affair with Apple has that tired feeling of a marriage where one party has taken the other for granted. Nowhere is that more obvious than in the new MacBook Pro, the first real upgrade to that line in three years. underwhelming doesn't come close. It's annoying.
Google parent Alphabet delighted Wall Street with soaring revenues and profits, an uptick in online advertising success and bigger pushes into cloud and machine-learning.