Behind the Inforum 2019 GA announcement of the Coleman AI platform lies an intriguing data science debate: will customers embrace self-service data science? Here's my look into how Infor weighed this out internally, and what they decided.
A winning DevOps formula explored.
Pink-eyed Terminators, clucking Alexas and giant dark data thunderclouds looming overhead - Boris Johnson's Brexit Britain tech pitch to the world
The British Prime Minister took full advantage of a UN General Assembly address to the world's leaders to pitch a tech-enabled Brexit Britain - or that was the theory at least.
It is one thing to have grand ideas of how things might be done, but it needs building blocks to make it happen. Huawei has some available and more to come.
Industry cloud CRM vendor Vlocity keeps complex projects on track with end-to-end automation and insight across three Salesforce-native applications
The Right to be Forgotten is NOT an absolute right - Europe's highest court hands Google an important privacy victory
France wanted non-EU nations to accept EU data law; Europe's highest court disagreed in a landmark ruling.
The online lingerie and swimwear retailer is on a mission to discover how it delivers better marketing and merchandising insights can help it to ring up the most profitable sales.
For press and analysts, Inforum day one was something of a private affair. But it gave me a chance to pull out the issues of the week, get with some early-arriving customers, and work up a keynote preview.
Practical advice for manufacturers who want to cut through the IIoT hype and address real-life business concerns, by Anurag Garg of Plex Systems
Expediency in action - Privacy Shield's annual 'love-in' in Washington and Brussels keeps up the pretense
The annual Privacy Shield review has taken place and guess what - we're all still pretending it's fit for purpose!