"Two like-minded people are better than one in the CEO job." Workday's new co-CEO structure falls into place as businesses settle into the COVID working environment.
Q2 earnings show Box emerging on track from the tumult of COVID-19, with a hint of bigger deals ahead as enterprises digitize content workflows
Did COVID kill entire categories of the retail industry? Omni-channel shifts at play at Nordstrom and Urban Outfitters tell the tale
A tale of two retailers - Nordstrom and Urban Outfitters - highlights the COVID-induced challenges facing the sector today.
Not all IT spending is created equal - behind the numbers of the Computer Economics IT spending survey
Each year, the Computer Economics IT Staffing and Spending survey is an important gut check. Never more so than this year. I went behind the numbers in this year's survey with Frank Scavo - and got a sneak preview of their upcoming survey update.
How Al Rabie brought IT and business together to weather a changing beverage market during pandemic conditions
Never mind COVID-19, a sugar tax changed the business landscape for drinks manufacturers – but an ERP upgrade helped change the dynamics, writes Michael Ouissi of IFS
A look at the increasing fortunes of cloud providers fueled by accelerating adoption of services by enterprise over the pandemic period and beyond...
Oil giant BP is using Virtual Reality to onboard and train its engineers in complex areas – from offshore oil rigs to workplace diversity.
A 'victory for Stakeholder Capitalism' as Salesforce turns in strong Q2 on the back of operational pivot to COVID realities
"The pandemic has changed us." Salesforce CEO Benioff on how the firm has pivoted to keep its numbers up during the COVID-19 crisis.
Zendesk adds real-time metrics to its analytics offering as the focus of customer experience flips from efficiency to outcomes
The EU’s interest in its Gaia-X infrastructure is just one example of what could become an international rush towards national interest-driven, inward-looking towards parochial centralisation of the Internet, which would fracture as a global entity and become a set of state-bordered and state-governed Wide Area Networks.