A new survey shows how much remote working and the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the mental health of workers. Oracle's Emily He explains how technology can help
School feeding charity Mary’s Meals says a software problem-paging system helps it deal with whatever the field throws at it
UK telecoms giant BT becomes the latest global business to roll out Facebook Workplace to enable enterprise-wide internal communications and collaboration
Merritt also explains how data is still incredibly difficult for the C-suite to understand - where they want a simple solution to a complex problem.
Today's analyst call will no doubt focus on revenue growth specifics. That's not the direction SAP wants to take but it must address some operational fundamentals and a cloud strategy that at best is half baked.
Enterprise hits and misses - retailers get autonomous, blockchain gets real, and Google gets an anti-trust action from the U.S.
This week - retailers buckle up for the holidays, and lay ambitious plans for 2021. Blockchain gets some real world use cases - and critiques. The U.S. files a landmark anti-trust lawsuit against Google. Your whiffs include my personal fave - parrots manipulating Alexa.
Post-pandemic, how can we reshape the world of work into a more positive model?
Upgrading a core ERP system is typically a multi-year project - but an API-centric strategy can advance transformation goals along the way, writes Neptune Software's Matthias Steiner
The enterprise professional's guide to Alexa Flash Briefings - why personalizing your news content pays off
Personalization with AI? The jury is out. Personalizing your own Alexa Flash Briefing - pretty useful. Here's my annotated guide to Flash Briefings for enterprise professionals, with reviews of the best content I have found.
SAP ended Q3 FY2020 unsurprisngly down on estimates and has pushed out its 2023 ambition to 2025. It's not looking good out there.