Can - and should - AI tech be used in the recruitment process? And if so, what checks and balances need to be in place?
The ‘self-assembly car’ isn’t a mainstream phenomenon; DIY cloud needn’t be either.
Enterprise tech buyers will find no let up to the AI hype in 2020, but practical advances will increase, but it's still a case of caveat emptor.
Oracle's Q2 numbers disappointed Wall Street at the end of a year that's had its patches of turbulence.
Amazon's 'AWS-everywhere' vision isn't unique; Microsoft is doing something very similar with Azure and Azure Stack, just not as brashly.
Learning to walk before you reach for the stars - sound AI advice for enterprise adoption.
Taking the self-driving enterprise for a spin - Aera CEO Fred Laluyaux on learning from users, building a category and not being Siebel
It's been two years of building technology, proving value and learning lessons en route; now it's time to scale up the noise level.
What can enterprises learn about tapping into data from the Manager of the England football team? Quite a bit, it seems.
Methinks, they don’t protest nearly enough.
Lands End looks to have taken a data-driven step back from the edge of the cliff, but is it really on solid ground at last?
Moving past the 'growing pains' of 2019 - Zuora CEO Tien Tzuo talks customer diversity, product integration and platform take-up
2019 has seen some execution challenges for Zuora as its customer footprint grows in breadth and size.
Amazon's re:Invent conference has been in Las Vegas this week with a series of major announcements.
Salesforce's Q3 numbers show strong revenue growth, but a slip into the red on the back of acquisition activity.