Renters face a complex system that makes it hard for them to take on powerful landlords. Can open data help to tackle the housing crisis in New York City?
Trello adds templates and no-code automation to its task manager - can it become the workflow backbone for enterprise teamwork?
Content marketing is on the rise as part of wider marketing strategies - but don't expect a speed warning just yet...
Enterprise hits and misses - AI confronts the unbiased data oxymoron, while SAP, Oracle and Workday get a next-gen analytics review
This week - is "unbiased data" an AI oxymoron? Has RPA as we know it run its course? SAP, Oracle and Workday get a next-gen analytics assessment, and a Gartner analyst is sick of hyperbolic scale. Plus your whiffs.
Even RSS die hards like me must admit: exciting RSS market developments are few and far between. But for enterprise readers and curators, I've got cool stuff - including ways of tracking diginomica content, and a nifty social RSS service called RSS.app.
Data and the allure of the enterprise wellness market drive Google's $2.1 billion Fitbit grab, but privacy concerns won't be healthy
Google wants to buy Fitbit, but is it a safe custodian of healthcare data from millions of consumers?
Disruptors disrupted - the threat to digital delivery platforms that's coming from their own clients
Grubhub has 20 years behind it as a digital delivery platform for restaurants, but the market forces are shifting towards major providers building their own capabilities.
How Carnival's Princess Cruises takes personalized travel to the rest of us, with OceanMedallions - a Couchbase use case
When it comes to personalization, it takes a lot to get beyond my skepticism. But my talk with Princess Cruises about how they use their award-winning OceanMedallions made me rethink.
The online travel company is using the cloud-based media management platform to serve up tempting images to would-be holiday makers.