Women just don't like technology and science, right? Wrong. Women get the same opportunities as men, right? Wrong.
It's rare to have 90 minutes to dig into a customer use case. But at SAP Jam's first-ever analyst day, we had that chance. Marriott International's Lisa O'Donnell shared a story of collaborative learning that shows how corporate training is (finally) changing.
The tech conference event season has been hectic. The good news is that there is a sense of change in the air and that's all to the good.
SAP SuccessFactors is in 'Star Trek territory' say execs as it preps its cloud HCM applications for the unknown frontier of HANA multi-tenancy at scale
Being big can be a disadvantage for today's businesses that need agility and innovation to survive moments of disruption, writes NetSuite's Jim McGeever
The aviation industry is beginning to recognise that investments in digital platforms and data analytics are central to improving revenue metrics and customer satisfaction. easyJet is continuing to make those investments.
The court battle between Rimini Street and Oracle got ugly. But Rimini Street is unperturbed. It continues to argue that customers are happy with their software, but don't want to pay the escalating maintenance costs.
Future Stack 15 was an outstanding event with plenty for everyone, including mimosas for breakfast if you could stomach it.
Cox Communications wants to sell something at every turn. It's not how consumers want to be treated.
Jon's cheeky weekly review of what hit - or didn't - in enterprise software. This week's edition: cloud data sovereignty and post-Safe Harbor winners. Plus: avoiding false clouds, learning from Slack's platform, and rethinking enterprise development. As usual: your whiffs.