A devastating warehouse fire hurt Ocado earlier this year, but also pointed to the resiliency of the business model.
Advances in genomic research have changed our view of the human genome. Promising health care advances are in the works, but we'll need massive computing power to see this through. Will enterprise software as we know it change as a result?
As the volumes of data grow ever bigger, its gravity gets harder to resist, and it starts to pull compute capabilities towards it. This will require users to reconsider their IT infrastructures and architectures
SAP SuccessFactors completed a long-awaited migration to HANA in March - now it's going hyperscale with containers, Kubernetes and microservices
We speak to ServiceNow senior director, Alex Osborne, at the company’s new space, where employee experience is at the centre of its design.
Should you build or buy your next back office or even front office solution? Some elements are clearly a buy, but there are emerging examples that point to build.
"From grocery company to growth company" - how Kroger pitches its omni-channel transformation objectives
US supermarket pureplay Kroger has been making some savvy moves in omni-channel transformation.
The UK's data watchdog has slapped a big ticket fine on BA, Has GDPR finally got teeth?
Diversity and inclusion policies matter - and so does the practicality of putting them into real-world action.
Enterprise hits and misses - Walmart gets the e-commerce blues, and the future of work gets reframed
This week - Walmart has an e-commerce reckoning, while the Internet has another crummy week of excuse-filled outages. The future of work gets a provocative reframing. Your whiffs include buzzword-proof goggles.