Is your business adapting fast enough to digital disruption? Diffusion explains why people and organizations adapt to new technologies at different rates
British politicians debate Brexit, the future of UK manufacturing and productivity. Labour’s Corbyn wins.
Leading UK Labour and Conservative politicians pitched their arguments for a brighter manufacturing sector. Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn made the more persuasive pitch but that’s easy when you’re in Opposition.
Influential VC Gordon Ritter believes his notion of coaching networks, which combine AI with human creativity, may be the big new thing in enterprise software
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.
After IBM invests in Apttus and SAP buys Callidus, enterprise middle office takes the limelight as an emerging intelligent automation market
Investors in free markets like outsize rewards. In that context, investing in sustainability makes more sense than investing in 4IR. Here’s why.
People need reminding – the new Oracle 18c database is autonomous only when Oracle runs it for you. That will drive adoption of Oracle IaaS, PaaS and SaaS
Organizations must move from reactive, to proactive, to predictive. The state of their IT nation determines whether they can, writes ServiceNow’s Paul Hardy
In 10 steps, MuleSoft founder Ross Mason explains how to APIfy enterprise IT to align with emerging trends towards serverless and conversational computing