Becoming a great enterprise software consultant might sound easy - but it's not. Here's my keys.
Joshua March founded the company in 2009 and already has a string of big name customers
It's dominating the online advertising market, but Google's feeling the pain of the shift to the mobile first world with advertisers not yet ready to forsake the desktop.
SAP closed out Q1 2014 in better shape than some were thinking. But,it is far from plain sailing.
Rimini Street is no longer just a cost saver. It is a full stack innovation enabler. Here's why.
Europe’s top court has set a precedent that could have global ramifications by declaring invalid the European Union’s ill-considered data retention laws and potentially undermining Obama's attempt at NSA data gathering reform.
The Department for Work and Pensions has shed little light on how the new system will work
Wall Street seemed keen on Yahoo!'s latest numbers, despite a 20% crash in profits. But are investors applauding Marissa Mayer's long term plans or eyeing up a big cash boost from a Chinese e-commerce IPO?
A look at the evolution of enterprise collaboration in the light of recent moves by Box, Dropbox, Google and Microsoft
SAP user groups are flexing their muscles on the topic of whether Fiori should be part of maintenance.
A report released by Cisco estimates that the IoE will be worth an estimated $19tn by 2020
The political will but the administrative won't? Are government IT decision makers too complacent about the need for transformational, technology-enabled change? If so, Gartner's got a to do list that needs perusing.
However, can the European tech hubs really compete?