The public sector is rife with costly IT failures, but the usual suspects continue to pick up new contracts. Is the time approaching when doing a bad job might not lead to fresh revenue streams?
TIBCO TUCON 2013 gets underway next week. It promises to be an exciting week as the company unveils progress with analytics, cloud and - of course - integration as evidenced by high profile customers.
The BBC is a UK institution almost on a par with the National Health Service in terms of its role in the national consciousness. But it's also an organisation that's having to re-examine its role in the world and to work out its direction in a digital age.
GE is presenting a coherent and well thought out vision of the future involving machine data with the intuition that experience brings in its core vertical markets. It is a huge opportunity.
Can an enterprise software company dating back to 1981 become an unlikely leader in the emerging PaaS (Platform as a Service) category? I went to Boston to find out.
Amazon has won the latest round in its battle to be awarded a cloud infrastructure contract. IBM's challenge is thrown out. What does this mean for vendors going forward?
What is an influencer, what is influence? How can that be harnessed and why should it matter anyway? Here are some answers
If CMOs are going to be charged with getting their organisations into fit shape for the digital economy, they're going to need help - and that help will come in part from the traditional services and business consulting organisations.
Burger King upped its online presence when it took to Twitter to promo its Satisfries with a supposed name change. Rival McDonald's meanwhile is upping the digital ante with its first Chief Digital Officer. It's a fight to the finish.
Jon's cheeky end-of-weekly on which articles hit (or didn’t) on diginomica and beyond - for the week ending October 4, 2013.
Is it only up the banks to secure transactions or should there be process steps inside applications and services? We look at the hospitality industry as one example where simple changes would remove stress and cost.
Microsoft charges extra to add the security of multifactor authentication to Azure. Even banks give this for free, cloud vendors should too