In a connected world, traditional advertising is taking a back seat to more contextual forms of ‘in-digital’ promotion that harness our smart devices and data footprints.
Deem (formerly Rearden Commerce) is in the midst of a 20-year mission to reinvent commerce by turning B2B spending into an in-app purchase in your daily routine
In the midmarket, the cloud ERP Game of Thrones is in heavy sword and sorcery mode. Enter Acumatica – here’s my partner event report.
How are identity and access management tools helping enterprises manage cloud and mobile apps alongside their existing IT, and what are the emerging trends?
The widely-accepted IT narrative is that CIOs are being disrupted by mobile and cloud. But do these assumptions hold up? Or are they vast oversimplifications?
Andre Durand, founder of identity and access management vendor Ping Identity, describes a future when standards will eliminate the need to use passwords in the cloud
SAP’s extended cloud apps swap terms are coming under scrutiny. Some of the terms may not be acceptable but customers should not recoil in horror. It’s all about understanding the landscape.
Bringing modern banking to the unbanked is only made possible by mobile technology. Here is Standard Bank South Africa’s story which highlights the onboarding of three million new customers in 18 months.
The IT services industry is sticking its collective head in the sand over the impact that the shift to the cloud will have on its future revenues and staffing levels.
A good experience in Austria and the Czech Republic raise questions about ubiquitous availability of wifi. Should we expect free wifi? If wifi is ‘free’ in what ways might this work?
Chris Kernaghan has a passion (some would say an obsession) for re-inventing IT and closing that persistent IT-business gap. Check out his strongly-worded views on DevOps, cloud, and turning IT from cost center/sinkhole to indispensable.
Since I last wrote about the struggle of enterprise mobile storefronts, I’ve continued to grapple with the confusing state of enterprise mobility. To get some perspective, I went on the hunt for mobility studies that might make sense of the contradictions.
Six years ago, expense management vendor webexpenses decided to practice what it preached and shut down its London office base. Here’s how it coped with the shift to virtual operations.