All stories

Marissa Mayer's Yahoo! - one year on This article is sponsored by:

It's a been a busy twelve months for the woman charged with the unenviable task of breathing life into what is in internet terms an ageing property that's taken several mis-steps.

yahoo-ceo-marissa-mayer-morale-is-on-the-rise
Read more about Marissa Mayer's Yahoo! - one year on

Steelcase, furnishing the cloud This article is sponsored by:

Workplace fittings and furniture maker Steelcase has not only upgraded its technology to ease access to cloud apps, it's also rearranging its workplaces to help employees be more productive with them

Team meeting around a table - via Steelcase
Read more about Steelcase, furnishing the cloud

The SIC-ness undermining the digital economy This article is sponsored by:

A popular view of the UK digital economy is that it is small, dominated by start-ups and delivers low revenue and low employment. Not true, says an interesting new report which argues that the UK digital economy is being misunderstood by both business and policy makers thanks to reliance on a 68 year old method of measurement.

lam
Read more about The SIC-ness undermining the digital economy

SAP's Snabe out, but not yet This article is sponsored by:

Barely a month goes by recently and SAP announces more big announcements. This time it is Jim Snabe, co-CEO who is stepping aside - but not until May 2014. This opens the door to discussion about SAP's succession plans.

blend2
Read more about SAP's Snabe out, but not yet

Enterprise Hits and Misses - July 21 This article is sponsored by:

Jon's cheeky end-of-weekly on which articles hit (or didn’t) on diginomica and beyond - for the week ending July 19, 2013.

success-failure-road-for-businessman
Read more about Enterprise Hits and Misses - July 21

Weekend speculation - SAP, IBM and Accenture in 2015. This article is sponsored by:

SAP is in the middle of a transformation of a kind we have not seen since the early 1990s. Many question where this leads. Here is one possible scenario. Please note it is heavily caveated.

sap 5 year comparison
Read more about Weekend speculation - SAP, IBM and Accenture in 2015.

The underrated need for independent consultants This article is sponsored by:

No single services firm, no matter how talented or customer centric, can compensate for the need for independent views that are not tied to the main services provider. Here's why.

Ready for Business
Read more about The underrated need for independent consultants

Intuit's Fifo acquisition spells more shifts for accounting This article is sponsored by:

Intuit's acquisition of Fifo the other week was a smart move as a first step to getting into true cloud accounting for the SME. But now what? How does Intuit leverage that investment to transform to a cloud based business? Acquisition looks the way to go.

fifo workpapers
Read more about Intuit's Fifo acquisition spells more shifts for accounting

Can a 15-person startup change a global giant? This article is sponsored by:

Fifteen person French startup RunMyProcess will be a crucial component in pivoting global IT giant Fujitsu to become a cloud powerhouse. Unless it gets crushed in the attempt ...

laser cutting detail
Read more about Can a 15-person startup change a global giant?

SAP relaxed about move to the cloud says co-CEO Snabe This article is sponsored by:

More on SAP's Q2 earnings on a call with Jim Snabe, co-CEO. No great surprises but confirmation that SAP is on a path to transformation into a cloud based business. Still, there are plenty of unknowns though the company seems comfortable in progress.

SAP Walldorf
Read more about SAP relaxed about move to the cloud says co-CEO Snabe
Loading
A grey colored placeholder image