Can a new Android gambit help boost Blackberry's flagging fortunes or is the firm being bounced from one announcement to another?
Jon's cheeky weekly review of which articles hit (or didn't) - on diginomica and beyond. This week: A buffet of data-driven use cases from Splunk and beyond. Plus: smart cars gone wrong and the pursuit of digital skills. And, your weekly whiffs.
Dick Hirsch picks apart the future vehicle networks that both SAP and Salesforce are proposing
The NHS wants to use our data for 'big data' projects to improve services. But a new report this week suggests that maybe it isn't quite ready to be trusted.
Aldi has fared well during the economic downturn, but until has stuck to physical stores for its sales. It has now said that it will branch into the online world early next year.
The Government Digital Service team come into work today without its most public face, Mike Bracken, in situ and a continuing lack of public clarity about the shape of things to come for UK digital government.
A threat from Fight for the Future over Salesforce's perceived support for snooping legislation has led to intervention by CEO Marc Benioff and a public u-turn after signing a BSA letter.
EPM expert Gary Cokins has some provocative views on why companies fail to execute. After a recent keynote, I caught up with him to find out if analytical tools like predictive can bridge the performance gap.