As the speed of business intensifies, organizations are embracing DevOps to deliver faster results. ServiceNow's Chris Pope shows how to go with the flow
Best practice examples from the UK show why APIs are needed for digital transformation in governments around the world, says Mulesoft's Ian Fairclough.
Low code platform makes Personal Group Hapi as it enters new markets and partnerships
Considering the wider issues around taking open source software commercial at time when it is rapidly becoming the mainstay of cloud just as cloud becomes the mainstay of business
Bluewolf's State of Salesforce report is out with more insights into the current adoption and usage trends in the Salesforce user community.
Working alongside DevOps consultants from MMT Digital, Ben Connolly has pushed through changes for his team that put the business value delivered by software firmly in the spotlight.
Eric Holzhauer, Director, Strategy & Product Marketing, MongoDB, explains how Data-as-a-Service means access to data on demand for the people that need it. If public libraries can do it, why not in the enterprise?
Renters face a complex system that makes it hard for them to take on powerful landlords. Can open data help to tackle the housing crisis in New York City?
How Carnival's Princess Cruises takes personalized travel to the rest of us, with OceanMedallions - a Couchbase use case
When it comes to personalization, it takes a lot to get beyond my skepticism. But my talk with Princess Cruises about how they use their award-winning OceanMedallions made me rethink.
Splunk sees the value of reinventing the VARs of old to tackle the challenges of a new era.
Enterprise developers often work far removed from the people who use their software, and must get closer to real-world user experience, writes MongoDB's Dominic Wellington
In an exclusive interview, former SITA technology lead Greg Ouillon, now EMEA Field CTO at New Relic, describes four dimensions of its customers' digital journeys
The trend towards agile, DevOps and continuous delivery is accelerating, but reaping the benefits depends on doing it right, argues New Relic's Tori Wieldt