The SAP Community has been rusting away for a while now. Resentment and a drifting away from core values have taken their toll. McDermott wants to fix that.
Infosys Q3 FY2018 was not remarkable, neither was it calamitous. What the new CEO had to say though hints of a conservative future.
In my earlier stories, I didn't emphasize the peculiarities of SAP's German market that make it different to those in the U.S. and elsewhere. Does that change my view on what should happen? Read on.
Standing back from the noise of yesterday's SAP HCM on-premises announcement, I see a more complex environment.
SAP has announced a sidecar extension of HCM on-premises support through an as yet to be developed HCM S/4HANA offering. This throws up a mass of questions.
The rise of the contingent workforce is not a new phenomenon. But it's a dead end that couples a failing business model to an outdated view of work.
My buddy Vijay Vijayasankar sent this to me via Facebook. It is far too good not to share at this time of year when, for many people, wallets are already stretched.
2017 is almost at an end; 2018 is around the corner. In the second of our annual reviews of the highlights of the year, Dennis Howlett offers his personal picks of the best of diginomica 2017. Customer stories feature heavily.
Nest got me out of a mess with a thermostat that developed a life of its own. The customer service and experience was excellent
To no one in particular's surprise, the FCC has rolled back consumer protections for Internet usage. Now the fun really starts.
FORA Summit UK 2017 - the robotic process automation (RPA) hype is over; now is the time to get stuff done
RPA is rapidly moving from hype to action and what I heard and saw gives me hope that for once, we're seeing technology that can easily deliver more than a point improvement
Reading other people's stuff allows me to learn. Here is what I do, how I do it and the results of that activity.
Xerocon US 2017 is in the books. I wanted to see where the similarities lay between the US and the UK. Jon Reed's discussion with Brian Sommer provides important clues.