Enterprise hits and misses - employers vs. the IT talent crunch, SAP, Microsoft and ServiceNow vs. the world?
This week - the tech talent shortage puts pressure on employers - but are they playing their skills cards right? A notable post on shifting enterprise software alliances gets the punditry speculating. Event season rolls on, and so do we. But some drivers run into problems in the whiffs section.
M&S has major transformation plans, but its online aspects are flat performers.
The Westminster eForum on AI skills and research excellence finds that ethics should be core to a country’s ambitions. But what does that actually mean?
Six months after the announcement of Looker's acquisition by Google, Looker held its annual user conference. The customers I spoke with gave me a clearer sense of what Looker can do, and where modern BI is headed.
Zoho WorkDrive rounds out the cloud-based business application vendor's digital teamwork capabilities, offering an all-in-one collaborative canvas
Customers can avoid more arduous lock-in, while more abstracted development approaches will help to keep open the doors that have slammed shut in many a user’s face.
Papa John's will need to be weaned off third party aggregators to win back a slice of digital leadership
Papa John's was the first US pizza chain to offer online ordering back in 2001; that was a long time ago now...
A disturbing report from Freedom House paints a dark picture for all of us.
Xero keeps hitting important milestone numbers and H1 FY2020 was no exception.