GoodData founder and CEO Roman Stanek on DataOps, radical openness, and how Snowflake changed the data value chain
Big things are happening in the world of data analytics as the 'data for everybody' movement picks up pace.
Bank of America needed new insights into customers requesting mortgage holidays during the height of the COVID-19 crisis. It used Tableau to present the data.
Even in an era of declining media trust, there is a place for content marketing. But if you want your content to create loyal advocates and win customers, how you approach content has to change. That was the message from CMWorld 2020 - here's my review.
Simon Mulcahy, Chief Innovation Officer at Salesforce, explores how companies can navigate the uncertainty of COVID-19 - from making decisions, to engaging customers, to serving society.
IFS makes another move to consolidate its position in field service
With agility 'the new currency of business,' finance teams that use modern, continuous, active planning will be better able to survive and thrive even in times of crisis, writes Workday's Kinnari Desai
Enterprise hits and misses - diversity and inclusion gets a COVID-era gut check, while tech-for-good and cybersecurity compete for headlines
This week - is the humanity/transparency of the COVID era sparking workplace diversity efforts? Tech-for-good keeps the glass half full; cybersecurity and ransomware concerns threaten to empty it. AI gets a project gut check, and we all buckle up for election week. Plus: whiffs.
Space agency NASA has created a visual framework to map the future of work and inform its talent agenda both now and into the future
Qlik's user conference landed at an important time for the future of analytics. On the one hand, we have Qlik's longstanding commitment to fostering enterprise data literacy. On the other, the pursuit of AI-powered "augmented intelligence." At stake? Only the resilience of our economy.