Enterprise hits and misses - Apple lays claim to the privacy mantle, while Salesforce lays claim to Tableau
This week - Salesforce ratchets up the analytics stakes with its Tableau purchase. Meanwhile, Apple lays claim to the privacy mantle at WWDC, but does it deserve laurels? As always, your weekly whiffs.
GDPR awareness needs to grow and that's going to take time.
Is Apple on the side of the angels when it comes to your privacy?
Salesforce aims to bring "data literacy" to everyone in business with $15.7 billion takeover of Tableau
A major roll of the dice for Salesforce as it delivers on long-standing rumors of a takeover of Tableau.
Enterprise hits and misses - Google Cloud outage brings lessons, as do the struggles of Dell, Nutanix and MapR
This week - debating Google's Cloud outage. Plus: Dell, Nutanix and MapR give us problematic news. Google buys Looker, and diginomica digests events. Your whiffs include an aromatic decision from Microsoft.
Businesses spend billions on the stuff, and much of it does a fair bit of good, but they would do better – and save a fair slice of money – by looking to people rather than tech investment.
Everyone knows the old pro forma document, but when the contents are the livelihood of a business and can be worth millions individually, cut and paste approaches just do not hack it.
In this post-Sapphire Now exclusive, I share highlights from my Orlando session with DSAG board members. Yes, we hit on Qualtrics, Elliott Management, indirect access and S/4HANA adoption stats. But the centerpiece was DSAG's push for better SAP integration.
We often feel powerless in the face of endless security breaches. But there's plenty we can do to improve our security hygiene. For individuals or organizations, the data on two factor authentication is convincing.
Haas F1 racing team is using Nominet technology to automatically monitor domain name system traffic.
Sceptical about Facebook's conversion to privacy evangelist? You're not alone...
GDPR was one enabler for change at Travel Visa Company.