43 percent projected savings in one government department using SAP HANA looks impressive. But you have to look at the whole SAP estate to get there.
Nymi claims we can secure many devices with our unique cardiac rhythms. Is that so? If so then there is a world of possibility.
Jon's cheeky weekly review of which enterprise software articles hit (or didn’t) on diginomica & beyond - for week ending February 2, 2014.
Coworking space expands in London's Silicon Roundabout, but what about other tech hubs in the UK and elsewhere?
200 days into a 400 day challenge to transform government service delivery and successes are celebrated at Sprint14. But Forrester Research isn't so sure about some of the changes.
A catch-up chat with Steve Garnett - on SAP's cloud strategy, on Larry Ellison's rhetoric and on public sector cloud computing.
It's not easy for hotels to genuinely surprise us – but citizenM did. Here's what they do differently.
Losses may have doubled at NetSuite, but the revenue growth is impressive as the firm builds an increasing stake in the larger enterprise market.
Today's connected digital infrastructure eliminates transaction costs and fundamentally transforms the equilibrium of the enterprise
The questions get tougher next week as senior BBC officials will be summoned before a UK government committee and asked to explain what the National Audit Office this week identified as an appalling lack of governance over a massive digital programme.
The death of Facebook or the death of Princeton University? Another silly 'Facebook's doomed' report and some rather more potent stats about its mobile success.
Larry was on form, good form at Cloud World - especially in an open Q&A, a forum in which he has always excelled and which we don’t get to see enough of these days.
"There’s nothing that's better than having a CEO who believes that marketing is critical, and is going to support its leadership role," said Oracle President Mark Hurd. "If you get that, good things are going to happen."