WordPress and SAP perform very different functions but are often seen as being the lifeblood of a business. How do those similarities manifest themselves?
M&S is a 'burning platform' says chairman Archie Norman - but can the ship be saved?
Now and again, a confluence of things I am reading and things I've heard sparks off thinking about the wider issues of technology use and adoption. This weekend provided that spark.
Once in a while I attend a truly stand out event HfS Fora UK was one. Content rich and in fabulous surroundings, the quality of conversation was exceptional.
A vibrant and important conversation among SAP Mentors provides insights into the challenges SAP faces in an open source led world.
The composition of the workforce of the future is very unclear. Organizations are engaged in a variety of experiments but discovering a clear path is proving troublesome.
Going digital is tough and yet there are ways to do so. It means taking bold steps. Are you willing to do so?
The late 20th century was littered with project failures. It's still going on in the legacy world. Here's one example that shows precisely how ignoring red flags will guarantee failure.
Neptune pivots from an SAP-centric world to an open apps world with Planet9. What does this mean for developers?
Is Domo a dog? Let’s take a closer look...
The next generation of leaders is different from mine in important ways. This is proving valuable as we get ready for our next iteration.
Eid Al-Fitr is an important time of year for Muslims. I learned important lessons from those with whom I spoke during the month of Ramadan. Here's what I discovered.
How is Workday positioning the proposed Adaptive acquisition? Defense or offense? That was my big question to Aneel Bhusri, CEO Workday in an exclusive interview.