Enterprises have started operationalizing AI. Infor's Rick Rider explains how to make this powerful technology accessible, applicable and repeatable
Some stark conclusions about the current worldview around cyber-security.
Enterprise hits and misses - IT spending puts legacy vendors on notice, and digital transformation is quantifiable
This week - IT spending gets cloudy as on-prem vendors get another wake-up call. Digital transformation gets quantified, and event reviews roll on. Your whiffs include some epic privacy gaffes, and I take a shot at "PR doorknobs."
Enterprise developers often work far removed from the people who use their software, and must get closer to real-world user experience, writes MongoDB's Dominic Wellington
What can you do with 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 Floating-point calculations per second (EXAflops)? Simulate nuclear weapons? Yes. Cure cancer? Maybe...
SAP user groups to SAP's new CEOs - let's partner on integration, S/4HANA adoption, and cloud harmonization
We've weighed in on SAP's leadership changes, but what do SAP user groups think? Views from ASUG, DSAG, and UKISUG bring out common issues for SAP's new co-CEOs to take up.
In an exclusive interview, former SITA technology lead Greg Ouillon, now EMEA Field CTO at New Relic, describes four dimensions of its customers' digital journeys
Mark Zuckerberg - defender of freedom of speech or tech CEO ignoring the dangers inherent in abuse of his platform?
We speak to Farrell Hough, SVP of Customer Workflow Products at ServiceNow, about the challenges facing enterprises in 2019 and how this is influencing ServiceNow’s investment decisions.
Italy is the latest nation to take Digital Services Tax measures into its own hands.
As car ownership becomes more costly and climate concerns make it less appealing, Octo Telematics is using Zuora to enable another approach.