Remember the heady days of Enterprise 2.0, when a sweeping wave of collaboration was going to level hierarchies, changing work forever? How far have we actually come? One certainty: the digital tools are different.
Jarret Pazahanick is often cast as a bad boy for his ongoing criticism of SAP/SuccessFactors. That belies his passion for a topic that stretches over 20 years.
Amazon will pass on the cost of France's new Digital Services Tax to sellers, a move that has enterprise implications for buyers of digital services.
Staying private allows a business to stay agile and focused - Zoho CEO Sridhar Vembu looks at three examples from payments, auto and retail
The fall of MapR caused a rush to judgement about the future of Hadoop. To understand what this means for data initiatives, the viability of Hadoop and data lakes must be separately examined.
Mobile phones are a ripe new target for sophisticated hacking by criminals and nation-states according to multiple researchers.
Enslin joined Google Cloud after almost three decades at SAP. With Enslin heading up sales, and Thomas Kurian at the helm as CEO, can Google Cloud bring data outcomes to the enterprise?
Can 're-commerce' stitch up a retail revival? Macy's and JC Penney fashion some second-hand omni-channel thinking
Innovation or desperation? Depends how you feel about shopping for second-hand clothes in department stores.
Enterprise hits and misses - retail gets its redemption, and diginomica gets a low-code-versus-agile spanking
This week - diginomica sparks an agile-versus-low-code debate, and gets a reader spanking in the process. Retail isn't dying, and cloud security is the tech topic of the summer, disrupting the vaca-relax vibe. Your whiffs include one of the worst business proposals of all time.