Credit scoring giant Experian has built its own cloud technology platform to offer data-as-a-service as it ventures nimbly into the API economy
Agile says build a minimum viable product (MVP) and continuously improve it with DevOps. Just don't neglect architecture, advises New Relic's Lee Atchison
Lisa Pope, Infor’s strategy and sales chief, was explains how the manufacturing sector needs to use digital technologies to get closer to their customers.
Walmart has seen a healthy uptick in e-commerce business, but Macy's is still struggling to the strike the online/offline balance.
Three things I thought I'd never write about in one article: cannabis, DevOps and cloud ERP. But at Privateer Holdings, these three make a good mix - and a recipe for growth. At the Acumatica Summit, CIO Cuba Flowers told me their story.
Building the Internet of Things in the Australian tropical rainforest is not easy, particularly when giant rats view your kit as lunch.
In part 2 of this review of enterprise collaboration, why content bests messaging and the surprising edge Dropbox has on Slack, Microsoft, Box and Google
Networking giant Cisco has made a number of acquisitions in recent months that see it shifting its IoT focus away from hardware towards software.
A principle way that knowledge is advanced comes through the application of the scientific method. sometimes though, even revered sources get it wrong.
Hackensack University Medical Center saw more patients and improved care with a FHIR-powered mobile app, writes Infor Healthcare's Steve Fanning
With mobile, social and cloud technologies driving the way we live, work and interact across all areas of life, public sector organisations can adopt the same tech as businesses to engage more closely with citizens and employees. Gavin Mee, Senior Vice President, Enterprise, at Salesforce, shines a light on how technology can overhaul local government’s service delivery.
In this edition - the collaboration market heats up, and the founder of Linux calls BS on tech "innovation." Weekend news steals the show, with SAP winning an indirect access court case with a bitter aftertaste. Uber gets called out for by a female ex-employee, and Yahoo is an open door - for customer data. Whiffs include, appropriately enough, the BS awards, and a fun/awkward email exchange.
Morrisons has piled money into its online presence but is it good enough to capture customers. My view? Not a chance.