Five ways Salesforce-native cloud ERP vendor FinancialForce is changing its strategy under recently installed CEO Tod Nielsen
Holger Mueller and Den Howlett offer a quick overview of the opening day keynote at FinancialForce Community Live 2017. Key points cover tone, ADP partnership and revrec.
In this edition: why Amazon chomped up Whole Foods - and the aftershocks. Plus: AI job optimism and Chief Data Officers avoid the big data cliches. Your whiffs include an epic Marissa Mayer Gmail-related PR gaffe.
We speak to Sahir Azam, VP of cloud products at MongoDB, about how Stitch is aimed at making lives easier for developers.
Cloud Foundry has emerged as a catalyst for next-generation enterprise applications. Here's what happened at this year's Cloud Foundry Summit. Check out the surprise - SAP, much more mature in its approach than I expected.
With new management, a focus on interviewee assessments beyond video interviewing, HireVue is steeling itself for the next phase of its evolution and growth. Here’s what that journey entails.
The Trump American Technology Council has had its first photo opportunity gathering, with not entirely happy results for some...
A Soft Brexit dependent on the use of new technology? The Chancellor's Mansion House address makes for interesting reading for the tech scene.
In the second part of our series on ageism in tech, Cath Everett explores the benefits of taking on older workers and how public and private sector employers can ensure they get the best candidate for the job.
Charles Phillips has been at the helm for six years now and has successfully transformed Infor into a valuable, cloud-based software company.
Designing for strategic impact sounds good. Designing for customer experience - even better. But how? At Enterprise UX 2017, Peter Merholz got realistic with some practical ways of structuring design teams.
Self-driving software will transform enterprise productivity and boost profits for those who adopt it, writes Unit4 CEO Stephan Sieber
Amazon's takeover of Whole Foods is only the start of something bigger. For established online grocery firms like Ocado, this is a good news/bad news situation.