The online underwear retailer is on a mission to provide a bra for every body shape, size and skin tone - and it’s looking to a cloud-based data warehouse from Snowflake to provide the insights it needs.
The return to the workplace trust deficit - a lot of employees need convincing despite new tech solutions
While there are credible tech solutions on offer to facilitate a return to the workplace, there are also some trust issues that need to be overcome by employers according to Salesforce data.
The buck stops with Zuckerberg for Facebook's civil rights shortcomings says...Facebook's own audit report
A meeting between Facebook management and civil rights campaigners was little more than a PR exercise, but a damning audit report does at least place blame firmly where it belongs - at the feet of Mark Zuckerberg himself.
Speaking at IFS’s virtual customer event, SEAKR Engineering discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic is making it rethink how and where employees work.
What one of the founding fathers of the Internet would do differently...if he thought he could get away with it!
Customers, community and COVID - three Cs shaping the future of omni-channel retail, according to Angela Ahrendts
The future of retail comes back to knowing and understanding your customers, says Angela Ahrendts, veteran of Apple and Burberry - and COVID-19 provides another reason to sit down and have a conversation with them.
How does a 200-year-old financial services company make the switch to remote working - and is the change permanent? We asked Man Group's CTO of Core Tech Tom Price
Macy's reels from a $3.6 billion quarterly loss, but promises "the most powerful digital Fall ever"...apparently
Macy's, owner of 'The World's Largest Store', clocks up a massive loss for Q1, but CEO Jeff Gennette has a glass that's not only half full, but running over with digital optimism.
The construction sector is an old one that's set in its ways in many respects, but COVID-19 has accelerated recognition of the potential for technology to deliver a better way of operating.
Employee mental health - why COVID-19’s lasting impact on tech worker wellbeing is a fresh employer duty of care
The COVID-19 crisis has led to a sharp rise in mental health issues among tech workers and experts warn that the impacts are likely to last far longer than the pandemic itself unless tackled correctly.
Focusing on individual strengths and minimizing weaknesses is key to creating a thriving workplace for both neurodivergent and neurotypical employees.
Different experiences + different perspectives = better decision making - the neurodiversity HR equation
Why are people with autism, dyslexia and other alternative thinking styles largely ignored in the workplace? Firms like Auticon aren't making that mistake.
At Workfront Leap 2020, bold predictions were made about the future of work. But there was also a flurry of product news. To sort it out, I got three members of Workfront's team on a post-event debrief.