Due diligence went by the board at Theranos. It's a common problem. It is an object lesson in why it is important to understand the accounts and projections of any technology investment.
Sentiment analysis is an oft flaunted but utterly useless undertaking in the B2C world. Here's why.
The Toys R Us collapse points to structural problems inside a heavily debt leveraged business model, not a failure in digital.
I've been looking hard at push notifications for our content but as a team, we're unclear whether readers will love it or hate it. Here's the case from both sides. You decide.
Axel Arigato solves the age-old problem of remotely demonstrating instore products using video technology from Go Instore
The Global Legal Hackathon was a resounding success. Here's what we discovered in London.
QuickBooks is using its balance sheet to test small business lending based on its ability to analyze and predict SMB accounts. The results are interesting.
QuickBooks online makes progress in supporting professional accountants in the UK.
SAP HANA adoption is clearly on the move but as always and despite better optics into TCO/ROI, concerns remain.
Headhuntr.io discusses how it puts Nimble's ability to consume social data at the center of its sales prospecting activities.
Fancy a weekend of coding for the legal profession using some of the latest and greatest technology? Get along to one of the Global Legal Hackathons. I'll be at the London event.
The KFC chicken outage is costing the company a small fortune. We crunch some of the numbers. They're eye watering.
Topics which often sound like 'soft' elements of HR are bubbling up as top of mind among many practitioners. Here are some examples.