Nordic electronics chain Elkjøp - part of Dixons Carphone - bucks retail blues to invest in bricks-and-mortar customer experience
Instinctive isolation from online living - another complication to upset enterprises tech-enabled return to the workplace
Months of living via Zoom may have put paid to many employees desire for work’s social environment and that’s something enterprises need to factor into their post-COVID thinking now.
Supercomputers used to be the domain of scientists and the military. Now the enterprise use cases are picking up steam. But in a way, all computers are supercomputers. Here's a look at how the field has evolved - and what's next.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a mass exercise in convincing the public to change their behaviour. What can this teach us about change management in the enterprise?
Drilling down on Oracle's announcement of 21c and the APEX cloud service against the backdrop of how the company's broader DB strategy differs from that of cloud competitors.
"People would debate whether home goods would be bought online" - Wayfair CEO Niraj Shah on furnishing retail disruption long before the COVID shift to e-commerce
At one point, people questioned if home furnishings was really a retail sector suited to the e-commerce revolution; Wayfair has proved it can be and this is how they did it.
What's next for the insanely popular, death-defying video conferencing phenomenon?
Working with SAP, The Entertainer has seen its e-commerce business ramp up sharply, with click-and-collect particularly popular.
UPS is a global pick-up and delivery business that is changing the way it services its customers and employees, with ServiceNow.