To be successful, CIOs must build organizations that combine human touch skills with Technology Quotient (TQ) savvy, writes ServiceNow's Philip van der Wilt
Enterprise hits and misses - B2B buyers are changing, RPA needs to change, and event season finally winds it down
This week - RPA gets a wake-up call - and a manifesto. B2B buyers are changing; sales and marketing can't keep up. Microsoft pulls a multi-cloud slight of hand, IoT security puts coal in the smart device stocking. Plus: your whiffs.
The ‘self-assembly car’ isn’t a mainstream phenomenon; DIY cloud needn’t be either.
Enterprise tech buyers will find no let up to the AI hype in 2020, but practical advances will increase, but it's still a case of caveat emptor.
Next up in fall highlights - Tricia Wang of Sudden Compass pokes holes in big data hype, arguing for the course-correcting power of thick data. I share podcast highlights, such as her dismantling of "data-driven" infatuations.
Oracle's Q2 numbers disappointed Wall Street at the end of a year that's had its patches of turbulence.
Fall event highlight - how La Nación's data journalism changes hearts and minds in Argentina, and beyond
Next up in my fall event highlights series - a remarkable story of data journalism via the Tableau Conference. This is how La Nación gets it done; the enterprise lessons are vivid.
Amazon's 'AWS-everywhere' vision isn't unique; Microsoft is doing something very similar with Azure and Azure Stack, just not as brashly.
Global non-profit provides shared services for digital-campaign technology and content to far-flung branches, so that they can concentrate on making their impact felt locally
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