There is a misconception that AI projects are for companies with deep pockets and a team of data scientists. As Sage Intacct's Dan Miller explains, mid-market companies have an opportunity to put today's AI tools to work - or risk falling behind.
US concludes that France's Digital Services Tax is deliberately attacking US firms - quelle surprise!
"I'm not going to let people take advantage of American companies. If anyone is going to take advantage of American companies, it's going to be us." - President Trump takes aim at France's Digital Services Tax.
Customers are doing it for themselves - and for other customers. Coupa CEO Rob Bernshteyn points to successes, individual and collective.
Facial recognition technology has an ominous reputation - and for good reason. But are there beneficial applications? Athena Security and D-ID believe the answer is yes. Here's my take on our recent discussions.
CIO Steve Weston explains why the company switched from a trusted tool to Google’s Cloud Talent Solution
UK&Ireland SAP User Group has plenty to say about trust and transparenct at this year's customer event.
Millions of enterprise applications will soon migrate to the cloud, but there's more than one route to application modernization, writes New Relic's Todd Osborne
Salesforce set out to bring customer success delivery under one roof just over a year ago. Some 15 months on, the concept has evolved and there are working examples on the table that can be cited.
Holiday operator Club Med switched from PeopleSoft to Workday to support its rapid expansion and provide a better employee experience
Enterprise hits and misses - Black Friday shoppers give their omni-verdict, while data hackers breach and breach again
This week - shoppers issue their first holiday shopping verdict - from the couch. Retail's holiday winners and losers are taking shape. Data hackers and black hats pull off another breach-filled week. Your whiffs include smart devices outsmarting themselves.