The European Parliament has sent its controversial Copyright Directive back to the drawing board. A battle won, but not the war.
The new ASC 606 standard for revenue recognition will change how services companies book revenues. Unit4 CFO Gordon Stuart outlines five steps to compliance
Forty million Californians will now get the benefit of a more rigorous data privacy regime. Only 49 States to go...
The Surveillance State suffered a major setback on Friday when the Supreme Court ruled that, with few exceptions, police must get a warrant before they can they can seize people’s cell-site location information (CSLI) from cellular carriers. This is a BFD.
SAP licensing and indirect access took a back seat at Sapphire Now. But as Andreas Oczko of DSAG explains, this is far from over. In this diginomica exclusive from Orlando, Oczko gave his view on SAP's document pricing announcements - and what needs to happen next.
A common EU data economy takes a big step forward, but what are the non-EU implications?
Microsoft suffered collateral damage from Trump’s child separation policy, but for other tech leaders, the challenges are still ahead.
Mastercard’s credit card operations are only part of the story; there’s a thriving diversification into data analytics going on.
European politicians have called for the U.S. to be given a deadline to clean up its data privacy act. What chance the Trump administration paying heed?
Drones, AI, CCTV and more are impacting our lives. Do we truly understand what's going on and the risks involved? Are we, as a society, ready to allow what seems sensible to become a powerful instrument of state control? We urgently need an ethical debate.
At Sapphire Now 2018, SAP CEO Bill McDermott gave us his views on reskilling for AI, bringing GDPR to the US and keeping a cool head about global risk