Enterprise hits and misses - AWS gets cloud security scrutiny, and IT bottlenecks get an agile challenge
This week - AWS cloud security gets a closer look in the Capital One breach aftermath. IT bottlenecks gets put to the agile test, and Salesforce goes shopping again. Your whiffs include a faux sunset for big data, and the world of social selling gurus turns upside down.
Wall Street didn't like what it heard in the cloud file sharing and collaboration vendor's Q2 results, but the new Dropbox app is the key to its future potential
Digital media disruptions #24 - LinkedIn changes its content algo, thought leadership gets demystified, and email wins
Why do buyers value thought leadership content - and marketers fail to create it? Will LinkedIn's algorithm tweak favor your efforts? And can AI help with engaging B2B readers, without alienating them? Here's my rundown.
TPM vendor Rimini Street launches SAP application management services with Robin Hood message for SAP customers
ERP is evolving as Innovation Gateways bring new technologies that add flexibility to core systems, writes Infor's Massimo Capoccia
Fast-growing work management vendor Asana is raising prices as it continues to build out its vision for organizing work across the enterprise
ClickSoftware is a leader in the field service management space and has been partnering with Salesforce on its Field Service Lightning product in recent years.
The Capital One - AWS incident highlights the roles and responsibilities of cloud customers, providers
After the Capital One data breach, media finger pointing obscured the real issues. As Kurt explains, this is about companies getting a better handle on the training and know-how they need to manage cloud services securely.
New Relic CEO Lew Cirne isn't happy with its latest quarterly numbers, but the long term plan remains on track.