Upmarket notebook maker Moleskine is adapting to life in a digital world, both in its internal operations as a business and in its product line
Enterprise hits and misses - DevOps gets a security overhaul, analytics gets ROI, and DoorDash gets hacked
This week - DevOps gets one step closer to DevSecOps as security grabs the headlines. Lessons for analytics ROI are revealed and questioned. DoorDash gets hacked, and earns a fragrant whiff in the process.
Most of us have to stick to Facebook and YouTube's codes of conduct when posting content; politicians it appears do not.
Hitachi Rail has transformed its SAP ECC 6.0 implementation from a system that nobody wants to use, to one in demand from the business. Thanks to Neptune Software.
In the final part of this post-OpenWorld Oracle assessment, a to-do list for Larry Ellison and team to win more ground in the ERP wars.
Putting AI to serious work will require new hardware and new systems software. Alibaba looks very keen to take as much lead as possible in the shape and scope of the coming changes.
A blow-by-blow competitive assessment of Oracle v the rest of the ERP world in the wake of last week's OpenWorld conference.
At Inforum '19, CERN revealed their AI pursuits with Infor EAM - and how this project could impact the uptime of some of the most important scientific equipment in the world.