This week – Retail personalization gets a critique; millennials get a decoder ring. Plus: (finally) getting value out of big data. Oracle hits an earnings bump; weather broadcasting hits an integrity wall. That’s not the only whiff either.
IT has a crucial role in fixing the human and technology disconnects that keep enterprises trapped in siloed monoliths, writes ServiceNow’s Jason Sutton
Enterprise hits and misses – recruiting tech needs a fix, vendor contract negotiations need transparency
This week – why recruiting tech stinks, and how to fix it. Plus: contract negotiations pitfalls, and why product management is broken. Your whiffs include AI security preening and Google being Google.
It’s not just developers that go to hackathons. If you’re going to one, here are five useful things to know, gleaned from experienced organizer Sabeen Ali
AngelHack CEO Sabeen Ali has experience running hundreds of hackathons. She gave me these expert tips on how to be a great hackathon host
Tech careers are earned on the job – Apple, IBM, and Google’s degree requirement change was long overdue
News that several tech giants have relaxed their college degree requirements sparked a longstanding online debate: what constitutes an exceptional tech professional? I also bring in Zoho, a company with a different approach to hiring and training.
The case of Oracle v Rimini Street rolls on with the latest judgment in favor of Oracle but with further appeals likely.
This week – tech gets a project survival guide, cloud ERP gets a benefits roadmap. Enterprise blockchain use cases get a fresh look, and security is a zero trust issue. Plus – your weekly whiffery. Jon’s back.
Recently I put my content strategy for the B2B buyer to the live test. The audience had some terrific questions. Here’s a rundown of the event and the top questions asked – with links to audio.
At Mastercard, IT is an asset not a cost – as technology business management (TBM) sets resources and goals for agile development and continuous delivery