We're big fans of RedMonk and the bespoke industry events that it runs, the latest of which - ThingMonk - is next week in London and built around the fabled Internet of Things.
As Meg Whitman tucks into her turkey today, the woman whose mission it is to save Hewlett Packard from itself may well be reflecting on what can only be described as a mixed bag of a day yesterday.
Are we close to a tipping point where accounting moves to the cloud? Results from different surveys suggest that may be true. But are professionals well aligned? Judge for yourself.
Here's 9 spoiler-free lessons on sales, from my recent binge-watch of AMC's "The Pitch"
Deloitte Consulting makes an aggressive move to productize services for the cloud with CloudMix, a family of pre-packaged cloud solutions
Given the ongoing debate around public, private and hybrid cloud models, Forrester’s latest Wave comes up with some interesting findings on the adoption of private clouds.
Xero has understood the value of building a platform for growth and not just another software. This is helping it bring new functionality while instilling confidence to expand aggressively.
Is there more to the stack rankings controversy than pushing Yahoo through the Internet spank tunnel?
It's Jim Hagemann-Snabe's last stand as his American counterpart gears up for sole command of SAP. But don't worry about the innovation winding down.
Workday not only blew out its numbers, it upped its full year forecast and announced the appointment of Jerry Yang to the board. It all makes for heady stuff.
Salesforce.com's new slogan celebrates the Internet of customers. But we are much more than that ...
Rumours of death around Business ByDesign, but is poor communication to be blamed as SAP continues the transition to the cloud?
Jon's cheeky weekly review of which articles hit (or didn’t) on diginomica and beyond - for the week ending November 25, 2013