You can go years without reading a blog post on time management worth the time you spent to read it. But I recently read one that knocked me on my tuckus. Here's why.
Four fast-growing SaaS pureplays recently got together to pass on the secrets of success when migrating B2B applications to the cloud. Here are the seven most striking success tips.
Walmart may dominate the offline grocery retail business in the US, but it has a lot to learn from its UK cousin Asda when it comes to building a powerful ecommerce offering.
SAP and Oracle leave $5bn revenue management segment wide open for stock market debutant.
How are some of the major telcos making out on Facebook? If this random assessment of six vendors including Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Vodafone Spain and India, Three UK and O2 are representative then it's far from good.
The widely-accepted IT narrative is that CIOs are being disrupted by mobile and cloud. But do these assumptions hold up? Or are they vast oversimplifications?
The Germans are still up in arms, Obama's attempting some reforms, Ray Wang's making recommendations and Larry Ellison's airing his views - another week in the NSA scandal.
Oh boy. Google is once again the center of attention as it appears to admit playing fast and loose with privacy. Except that's not quite the case. Even so, once again we argue that Google needs to be much more transparent.
Enterprises beware when moving workloads to the cloud. Benchmarks show surprising disparities in performance between IaaS providers Amazon, IBM, Rackspace and Dimension Data
HM Treasury looks set to become a test bed for a more SME-centric approach to outsourcing deals in the UK public sector. But it's going to be a long journey yet...
SMB-focused ERP vendor Sage is finally getting its cloud story straight, with flagship Sage 200 now offered in an Azure-hosted version. CTO/CIO Stuart Lynn explains the strategy.
Without speed, online commerce risks failure and customer experience is significantly undermined, warns Tom Leighton, CEO of Akamai.