If we view social media as a maturing social utility, then economic theory suggests the time has come to regulate.
Cyber warfare is combat on the cheap, writes Denis Pombriant, as he sets out the case for an international truce to limit the scope for cyber attacks
Is your business adapting fast enough to digital disruption? Diffusion explains why people and organizations adapt to new technologies at different rates
Oracle launches autonomous PaaS and extensions to its SLA and data center network - another step towards building a dominant information utility
The holy grail of business model sustainability can no longer depend on past success. Here are factors that will help in transitioning to the new normal.
Investors in free markets like outsize rewards. In that context, investing in sustainability makes more sense than investing in 4IR. Here's why.
4IR is a convenient label applied to the changes we see going on around us. But is that moniker appropriate? I don't think so. Here's why.
It's game on in a very serious power play as IBM Salesforce strengthen alliance to rebalance the enterprise cloud away from the grip of rival Oracle
Salesforce and Oracle are emerging as leading competitive platform plays. Here is an outline of what it means.
Oracle is very much at the start of a long journey to its stated aim of owning the cloud utility market. Here are clues as to progress.
Are customers seriously lining up to get off Oracle database? That's the implication from one media source.
There was a LOT going on in the CRM market during 2017. Most of it seemed peripheral or tangential but that disguises progress hinting at an exciting interesting 2018.
Love them or hate them, Oracle is executing a plan that some see as self-cannibalization. They're dead wrong.