A major rebrand to Abrdn is only part of the insurance giant's customer experience ambitions.
The final of the Euros this weekend has seen some of England’s players facing deplorable racism on social media. But the calls to introduce ID verification for social media accounts is a short sighted solution to the problem.
Agility is a frequently used word in the enterprise industry. Christoph Garms of Neptune Software explains how true agility can be used to bring departments together and overcome internal barriers with low-code solutions.
Salesforce is undertaking a project to make its technical language more inclusive, by building new tools to replace terms that reinforce stereotypes and cause harm.
Enterprise hits and misses - retail grapples with the post-COVID consumer, employers face attrition pressures, and data breaches compete for headlines
This week - retailers try to anticipate the post-COVID consumer. Hybrid work surfaces new pressures for HR leaders, including talent attrition. More context on JEDI, ransomware, and IBM's leadership shuffle. Your whiffs include data breaches galore.
Today diginomica unveils our latest accessibility innovation with the introduction of dyslexic-mode content. Here's why.
Dyslexia is much more common than many people think but it can cause significant challenges for those with the condition. So what can technology do to help – and is it enough?
The rail car firm went from on prem to the cloud to speed up its finance processes.
The Pentagon is playing its typical procurement shenanigans with a huge multi-year cloud computing contract.
ERP support as a competitive advantage? Yeah, you heard that right. Oracle's Maz Songerwala makes his case
I don't hear ERP support referred to as "service excellence" often. Over the years, ERP vendors have not exactly won over customers with their support experience. But is that changing? Oracle's Maz Songerwala says yes. Here's his ambitious plan - and my take.