The airport’s bid for London’s next runway may still be up in the air, but Gatwick CIO Michael Ibbitson is clear on the technology route that the airport needs to take.
A knee jerk reaction to SAPPHIRE Now 2014 might concentrate upon the lack of content. That would be a mistake.
David Coplin asks us to stand on the shoulders of digital giants and change the way that we do things with technologies. He doesn't think we can be replaced just yet.
The pressure has been on Google to get started on helping to cover up dodgy dealings and unsavoury aspects of individuals lives, using a new online form. It’s been sadly, but inevitably, very popular.
Product director Mike Walters paints an intimidating picture for merchants that want to get ahead of the curve, but are faced with an incredible amount of options.
SAP has announced that Fiori and Personas will be included in existing SAP licences and maintenance, bowing to customer pressure.
When we left off in 'Kickass mobile apps – an enterprisey take', I was bemoaning the state of enterprise mobility.
But all is not lost. In a recent world tour of the best mobile apps, Gartner uncovered some clues to widespread mobile adoption. Here's my take.
Microsoft is battling back with a coherent mobile and cloud strategy - but where does BBC Dragons' Den star Kelley Hoppen come into it?
Mobile and network operators are having to tap into OTT application deals to salvage declining revenues in SMS and voice.
If there’s one phrase that you can be guaranteed to hear from any retail firm CEO, it's omni-channel. It’s the Holy Grail that all retailers are pursuing, including 3 US brand name fashion giants over the past 7 days.