At the Swiss media group, finance, HR and procurement modules from Workday are set to help harmonize data and processes across the company’s broad scope of business activities
Auto Trader’s Mohsin Patel talks through the data company’s journey from monolithic SQL systems to the public cloud with MongoDB Atlas.
One of AI's major stumbling blocks is explainability. But can we address AI's black box by evaluating outcomes? One example from the insurance industry pushes this debate forward.
A home-grown challenger to Walmart and Amazon takes shape as India's retail e-commerce sector hots up
Indian legislators have been willing to protect local firms from the likes of Amazon and Walmart, but now a significant domestic challenger is poised to take on the US interlopers.
Enterprise hits and misses - CCPA brings the trust and privacy heat, drones take off, and the Internet of insecure things is here
This week - CCPA heightens the trust and privacy debate, but what's next? CES may celebrate gadgetry, but around here, drones get a harder look. The diginomica crew makes their best of picks, the tech decade gets reviewed, and the whiffs are epic.
To close the books of a moderate-sized or larger firm can be taxing, no pun intended. For decades, the work of closing hasn’t changed much but new software offerings are making this less labor-intensive, less error-prone and more automated. Here’s a quick look at the space and a conversation writeup with one of the CEO’s of these new closing software vendors.
California's CCPA, now in effect, brings data privacy into focus on U.S. shores. But does meeting privacy guidelines like GDPR and CCPA lead customers to trust marketers? Not so fast.
Looking for real world AI infused data to decisions? Look no further than Bozeman, Montana
Let's not take a 19th century robber baron mindset into the 2020s when it comes to considering 'Big Tech's role.