Walmart is engaged in some executive musical chairs in a bid to strike a better omni-channel balance.
The Australian fashion retailer is intent on global expansion and is fine-tuning its e-commerce strategy to appeal to overseas audiences.
A makeover that speeds up the Slack client experience for power users is a response to the messaging platform's growing adoption in large enterprise
Data residency has become the hot topic du jour as multi-national firms wake up to the reality that data privacy really does matter.
Did SAP get it right when it bid and paid $8bn for Qualtrics? That's been a bee in many analysts' bonnets for some time. Medallia's IPO suggests otherwise.
Chris Pope, VP Innovation at ServiceNow, explains how no-code software can help evolve and improve the DNA of all the software used by an enterprise.
Enterprise hits and misses - vendors face the transformation imperative, careers get an AI and startup jolt
This week - CIOs face the transformation challenge - but software vendors must do the same. Summer is an ideal time for a career think - with AI and startup lessons in mind. Your whiffs include stranger than fiction doozies, and a high-on-AI award.
Eloomi's newly appointed chairman Adam Hale tells us he foresees a CRM-scale boom in people technology
The term "data sharing" is expanding, but in a problematic way that raises flags for companies and consumers alike. Neil Raden provides a deeper context for data sharing trends, dividing them into the good, bad and ugly.