Psychological safety, ethical AI, allyship and accessibility will be the big themes at this week’s Dreamforce jamboree.
IDC’s latest predictions for economic impact of the global Salesforce ecosystem conjure up some dramatic numbers.
The focus on ERP go-lives misses the point. There is no ‘go’ button. Successful ERP is about the art of change. Here's what Matt Smith of IFS has learned on achieving ERP business goals.
Everyone has to continuously adapt in a fast-changing world - here's how talent experience is evolving at Cornerstone
Enterprise hits and misses - employers vs. the IT talent crunch, SAP, Microsoft and ServiceNow vs. the world?
This week - the tech talent shortage puts pressure on employers - but are they playing their skills cards right? A notable post on shifting enterprise software alliances gets the punditry speculating. Event season rolls on, and so do we. But some drivers run into problems in the whiffs section.
Working alongside DevOps consultants from MMT Digital, Ben Connolly has pushed through changes for his team that put the business value delivered by software firmly in the spotlight.
Even RSS die hards like me must admit: exciting RSS market developments are few and far between. But for enterprise readers and curators, I've got cool stuff - including ways of tracking diginomica content, and a nifty social RSS service called RSS.app.
Aymeric Sarrazin, Siemens, CEO, IoT Services, explains how most AI and IoT projects fail because enterprises don’t think about the need for effective change management.
Speakers on the future of work and enterprise HR at this week's UNLEASH event in Paris focused on enabling individuals to manage their own careers in a changing world
The skills gap extends inevitably to the cyber-security field.
Women in IT - Ada Lovelace would be horrified by the lack of progress, argues Red Hat's Margaret Dawson
It's Ada Lovelace Day - time to up the game when it comes to getting women better represented in the tech sector.
The trend towards agile, DevOps and continuous delivery is accelerating, but reaping the benefits depends on doing it right, argues New Relic's Tori Wieldt