Uber Eats is teaming up with Carrefour and others to delivery groceries, while Tesco is responding to increased demand.
The Census Bureau has utilised a number of Adobe technologies, in combination with extensive user research, to adapt to changed expectations in the digital age.
When the economy cratered in 2008-2009, software vendors were not universally loved. Some of these firms exhibited behaviors that soured their customer relationships. Will their institutional memory kick-in and trigger better behavior this time? What should customers do? Here’s an assessment.
The good, the not so good and the downright Orwellian - Alibaba’s DingTalk take-up during the Coronavirus crisis
Alibaba Cloud’s DingTalk telecommuting service has been used to do some real good at a time of crisis, while some have used that same crisis to exploit some of its capabilities for more exploitative purposes. Smile and be happy!
Yes, remote work disrupts hiring and recruitment - Talview responds with a free remote hiring starter kit
Companies with hiring needs have a problem - now they need a fully remote hiring process. To help, Talview released a free remote hiring kit. I talked to their CEO about the remote hiring surge, and the role of AI and automation in ethical hiring.
The data is in - the non-stop push for content isn't working for marketers. So what's the alternative? Now is the perfect time to slow it down - and emerge with a customer-focused content strategy.
Back in 2018, New Relic's Lee Atchison controversially argued for AWS Fargate over Lambda or Kubernetes as the future of serverless - but it hasn't lived up to the promise, he now believes
As we're all told to shop online wherever possible, the role of the warehouse in e-commerce is all the more crucial. It's also currently subject to a lot of public health controversy,