Atlassian adds automation to its Jira platform to help relieve distributed teams of some of the collaboration 'tax' of remote working
Education and a mindset change that are technology enabled are needed for the future. Are we ready?
Why mass (forced) adoption of remote working will accelerate nascent trends in the construction industry
Lockdowns and pervasive WFH has made people more reliant on home technology and will shift preferences as they consider new homes and apartments. The Coronavirus crisis spares no industry, but provides opportunities, not just pain.
A recent Westminster eForum in London on data portability added to debate around Smart Data policy and practice, a topic with global applicability.
Cloud ERP sales aren't dead - but they've changed practically overnight. Does ROI selling resonate where tech hype doesn't? Yes, but as Acumatica's Geoff Ashley explained to me, VARs must go back to the future first.
The definition of customer experience has changed overnight - how should companies respond? With 100+ sessions live on the virtual Adobe Summit, there's a lot to dissect. Here's our first round of news analysis and highlights.
Despite the COVID-19 shutdown, essential equipment still needs attention. Sumair Dutta of ServiceMax outlines five priorities for service leaders during this time
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.