With IPO looming, cloud content collaboration leader Dropbox inks a deal with Salesforce to boost its enterprise profile and the CRM vendor's Quip platform
Box and Dropbox both eye enterprise collaboration. A looming battle or two ends of a product spectrum?
Box and Dropbox appear to be set up for a struggle to dominate enterprise file storage and sharing. Is there more to consider?
Just implementing technology is rarely enough to make a real digital transformation; you need to look at implementing new cultural and organizational norms, says Salesforce's Tony Colon.
Fleet management provider Drive Software Solutions needed to make its DRIVE software viable for the SMB market and used Oracle Cloud to do so, says ODO GM Gordon Lyster.
Food packaging company Ring Container has implemented Infor EAM to get a better handle on the maintenance of costly manufacturing equipment.
Once upon a time the Avon Lady was a business innovation. Those days are gone and the 130 year old cosmetics giant badly needs a modernizing digital makeover.
After IBM invests in Apttus and SAP buys Callidus, enterprise middle office takes the limelight as an emerging intelligent automation market
By sharing process analysis data, businesses as diverse as oil rigs and bakeries can learn intelligent automation tips from each other, writes ServiceNow's Paul Hardy
SAP made a surprise acquisition in snagging CallidusCloud in a deal worth $2.4 billion. Here's my initial take.
With the addition of workflow automation to its cloud API integration platform, Dell Boomi wants to enable the connected business
Overloaded inboxes can wait - it's time for my productivity gut check for 2018. Here's why we shouldn't wait for our employers to seize the day, and why the digital skills gap factors in.
Sensei Labs thinks project management tools are either broken or limited. They think they have the answer with living documents and automated alerts. But can they overcome the user adoption challenge?
Real-world examples of wearables and augmented reality/virtual reality (AR/VR) on the manufacturing shopfloor. Plex CTO Jerry Foster shares customer stories