At a first-of-its kind conference in San Francisco this week, business systems specialists charted their version of the future of enterprise IT
Of course Zendesk uses its own products to support its top customers - but Slack plays a big role too in co-ordinating the team's work
Three interconnected trends join forces to shape business transformation - XaaS, digital teamwork and frictionless enterprise
Reducing friction, multi-cloud, boosting productivity and the future of work - 2019’s themes for the digital enterprise
Off the back of a number of events in Q2 2019, Derek du Preez shares his lessons learned on what vendors and customers see as the future challenges in the digital enterprise.
Recognizing the ongoing convergence of sales and service, Zendesk today packages the two together in Duet, along with new chatbot and self-service content features
What is the coherence economy and how does it fit with a frictionless enterprise worldview? Phil Wainewright reflects on his podcast discussion with MuleSoft CTO Uri Sarid
Last week's Frontiers conference and S-1 filing showed how much traction Slack is building among early adopters in the enterprise digital teamwork market
Workfront becomes diginomica's first partner in the field of enterprise work management, helping organizations grapple with a proliferation of digital tools
As the proliferation of digital applications reaches crisis point, Workfront's Heidi Melin outlines 7 work management best practices adopted by enterprises
The CX hype at Adobe Summit day one was no surprise. Adobe countered that hype by featuring customers making digital moves - none more persuasive than Chegg. Here's my day one analysis.
Oracle MCX 2019 - Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan shares why moving to the cloud is just one part of business transformation
I've done plenty of stories on moving legacy systems to the cloud. But at Oracle Modern CX 2019, I dug into a story of a deeper transformation. Here's how Jac Amerell of Blue Cross Blue Shield Michigan earned buy-in for change - and the business case to fund it.
This week - CIOs get serious about digital, but questions about the ROI of digital transformation persist. Plus: the open source powder keg and "everything" as a service. Blockchains need some blocksplaining. Your whiffs include privacy meltdowns.