A UK Government report on automation and the future of work has some very British calls to action, but wider learnings for global consideration.
It's Friday afternoon, and caffeine is running low. It's time for a fresh critique of the AI skills gap. My foil? A fresh report from IBM, predicting a retraining need for 120 million workers. Grab a cup and join me.
The issue of AI ethics has sharpened - ideas for governing AI and ethical oversight are gaining a foothold. But will they have any teeth? And what about the possibility that AI can oversee itself?
Enterprise hits and misses - messaging tools get slapped with the Band-Aid moniker, VMware picks up a Pivotal acquisition
This week - is enterprise messaging just a Band-Aid of busywork? Also: The IaaS market heats up in time for for VMWorld, with a Pivotal acquisition in play. Infor changes CFOs, Oracle gets legal drama, and I call a self-whiff.
A provocative series of content marketing presentations has forced me back into content strategy. The only problem: I'm queasy from "content experience" buzzwords. And is context more important than content? What?
Zoho is proving to be a fascinating force in the enterprise software market - but that doesn't come without challenges. Here's what Brian Sommer and I made out of our last intensive round of Zoho interviews and inquiries.
Are Slack, G Suite, Teams and the rest the last word in digital enterprise collaboration or are they just emergency first-aid for the busywork in our lives?
Jarret Pazahanick is often cast as a bad boy for his ongoing criticism of SAP/SuccessFactors. That belies his passion for a topic that stretches over 20 years.
Collaboration vendor Slack adds new features for large organizations and a State of Work Report highlights alignment and enterprise teamwork
Gartner's Hank Barnes regularly shares provocative ideas and research on enterprise buyers. Our first-ever podcast brought the question of how buyers are changing to a head. Here's the highlights.