University of Texas at San Antonio betters employee experience with ServiceNow - learnings and benefits
UT San Antonio has been engaged in an extensive ServiceNow rollout over the past two years - including everything from ITSM to HR.
Retail, recruiting and the pandemic - how Pilot Flying J has dealt with a changed market using SmartRecruiters
Hiring large numbers of people is always challenging. Doing so in a pandemic is more so and large-scale hiring in remote areas is the worst. Here’s how travel center retailer Pilot Flying J did all of the above this year.
Britain’s largest telco, BT, is creating a real-time data platform that is enabled and managed through Enterprise Information Management and Confluent.
Papa John's multi-year commitment to Google Cloud is gathering speed and producing benefits.
Enterprise hits and misses - AI's dangers are redefined, enterprise architecture gets overhauled, and holiday retail sweats the supply chain
This week - does enterprise architecture need an overhaul? Will supply chain woes sink retailers' holiday hopes? AI remains dangerous, but not for the reasons we think. Buzzword bingo gets a biometric blockchain, and in the whiffs, I call out some linkbait.
The UK’s new Space Strategy is impressive, but some in the space community fear there won’t be enough cash to back the ambition.
Okay, FinancialForce proved one thing – their development folks have been busy this year, pandemic notwithstanding. Here’s a synopsis of some of their bigger Fall release announcements.
Nutanix wants to be seen as a major player in the multi-cloud world, and that means adding tools, capabilities and services that increase its potential as a one-stop-shop for users looking to operate across multiple cloud services.