Salesforce is positioning its Commerce Cloud as a ‘composable platform’ that allows retailers to adapt their systems to meet customers where they are.
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan says that it would be “dangerous” to be satisfied and that the ability to improve the platform is “infinite”
Plus ça change - Britain’s ‘Project Gigabit’ broadband rollout may not even meet its downgraded targets
The British Government has announced ‘Superfast Broadband For All!’, more times than we can count. And it seems its latest efforts are falling short of what is needed.
Privacy campaigners argue that the government is trying to scare people into giving up valuable end-to-end encryption features that support online privacy.
The Society for Innovation, Technology and Modernization (SOCITM) provides its annual update on what’s front of mind for public sector digital leaders.
German software giant SAP hit the high end of its 2021 cloud revenue outlook range and has forecast solid growth for 2022.
A Bank of England central digital currency would have ‘far reaching consequences’ - including risk of state surveillance
Peers on the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee have said that any central bank digital currency is potentially a ‘solution in search of a problem’
Investors once again struggle to look beyond the next quarter, as Adobe’s underlying business looks incredibly promising.
The House of Lords European Affairs Committee heard that whilst technology infrastructure and digital tools could help, more clarity and support is needed.
UK launches new National Cyber Strategy - aims to reduce reliance on some international suppliers and tech
The new National Cyber Strategy replaces the previous one that was launched in 2016 and was lambasted for having ‘no business case’
Avantra is seeking to shift the cost balance for SAP operations managers away from mostly maintenance to investing in the new.
The influential Public Accounts Committee’s latest report says that government IT is “dysfunctional, damaging and sometimes dangerous”