Two enterprise cloud users give their approval to the European Unions new Cloud Code of Conduct.
The Government Digital Service (GDS) has said that it is no longer in start-up mode and has cited what it won’t be focusing on.
Enterprise hits and misses - retailers get their foot traffic, while the return-to-office debate heats up
This week - retailers get a store traffic boost, but the future still belongs to the omnis. The momentum for return-to-office is building, but have we learned the right productivity lessons? Your whiffs include Google's Quantum 2029, and a gratuitous shot at Microsoft Teams.
Conduct most becoming - Europe’s new Cloud Code of Conduct shines a light on trust and transparency between buyers and sellers
Making life easier for customers when choosing cloud services providers - a new Code of Conduct from the EU has noble ambitions. The challenge now is to put them into long-term practice.
There is no AI Ethics without data privacy. But how do we account for new privacy legislation like GPDR and CPRA - and also the resistance to it? Here's how the regulation of privacy evolved.
Firm goes public with ambitious targets to increase gender and racial diversity as new research reveals depth of bias against women in the workplace
A huge opportunity lies ahead for ServiceNow as the world of work continues to change rapidly. But it’s not a given and ServiceNow needs to guide its customers thoughtfully.
The media giant’s data chief explains how his team is overcoming the challenges of a complex technology and business environment to deliver insight-led services to customers.
Jordi Ferrer, Vice President and General Manager UK&I at ServiceNow, outlines the three key priorities for workflows in the enterprise.
As HSBC goes digital, it's been on a journey to agile software development and faster incident management, with Slack playing a big role in easing communications