A strong second quarter for Salesforce as the Benioff/Block co-CEO balance takes shape.
Decentralized computing systems are starting to emerge that make the previously clunky blockchains performant for the 21st century. With security at the core, they promise a fresh approach to infrastructure that should lead to expansion in innovation.
HPE and HP Inc are thriving in the post break-up years. Just those tariff concerns to deal with now...
Microsoft is taking cybersecurity seriously - as it should. Does that make it the Internet's top cop?
Intel has finally come out with a broad and sweeping strategy that addresses the burgeoning AI market. Can it deliver? We look at the strategy, acquisitions, and roadmap that back up the rhetoric.
A co-innovation use case from Melia and Oracle could change the nature of the vacation, says Oracle's Neil Sholay.
The adoption of enterprise blockchains faces several obstacles. For some, privacy is the biggest. Barb Mosher Zinck shares her take on Lightstreams, a specialized blockchain that addresses privacy head on.
My piece on extracting value from cloud ERP generated some tough questions from readers. Here's the top issued raised - and my responses.
Debates on the virtues of cloud ERP will be settled by customers. CF Industries VP and CIO Tom Grooms gave a straight shooting view of the dangers of code customization - and how he's planning for growth with S/4HANA Cloud.
This week - tech gets a project survival guide, cloud ERP gets a benefits roadmap. Enterprise blockchain use cases get a fresh look, and security is a zero trust issue. Plus - your weekly whiffery. Jon's back.
Cloud ERP benefits don't just happen - you have to earn them. Here's the value stages I've charted from years of customer interviews - and the debates I've had about them.
Intel's latest effort at framing strategy has many moving parts. And therein lies a problem.
When it comes to data center users, Intel recognises `what do you want?’ rather than `look what I’ve got’
Against a background of Intel falling behind its competitors in a significant area of technology and as its share price takes a tumble after some mauling on that subject by the financial analysts (despite its latest numbers looking pretty good), Intel held a Summit to talk through its new approach to the important data center marketplace – one where the industry-standard technology `willy waving’ was for the first time set aside in favour of focussing on what users might want to achieve with their businesses