It's now possible to eliminate the traditional divide between centralized business intelligence and decentralized data analysis, writes Birst's Brad Stillwell
Diversity and inclusion policies matter - and so does the practicality of putting them into real-world action.
Cultivate the weak ties in your network and list three things you did brilliantly every day.
A story of a new CEO coming into gently declining mainframe software tools producer Compuware, strapping a target to his chest for staff to aim at, and stopping a waterfall dead in its tracks.
Marking Armed Forces Day in the UK, Salesforce has pledged to get hundreds more veterans into IT roles.
We're learning that artificial intelligence is good at some things but there are plenty of roles where people still excel, writes ServiceNow's Chris Pope
I'm always a sucker for a robots-and-jobs debate. This time, I joust with jobs optimist and future of work expert Paul Roehrig. But Roehrig brought a LiveWorx twist, tying IoT, AI and augmented reality to the discussion.
What are the risks, opportunities and repercussions of applying artificial intelligence and machine learning to the finance function? Sage CTO Aaron Harris has some answers
JLL's Rose Hayes talks process change, digital transformation and fluid teamwork.
During a personal chat with Zoho CEO Sridhar Vembu, he shed light on why a fast-growing company like Zoho is still concerned with the downside of economies of scale - and what they are doing differently.
A strong start to fiscal 2020 for Salesforce as the CEO world drills down on growth and re-skilling.
Salesforce International President Miguel Milano - Brexit prep is under control, but Europe's skills "catastrophe" needs an academic approach
A catch-up with Salesforce's International President against a backdrop of Brexit, venture capital and Europe's skills "catastrophe".