This week - is AI a tool for big tech supremacy, or a democratizing force? Offshoring alarmists get their reckoning, but they weren't wrong about everything. Blockchain gets skewered and Gartner gets quadranted. Your whiffs include my falling out with Alexa.
Capgemini delivers a strong half year, but will Elliott Management drive up the cost of acquisition plans?
Capgemini's doing well in 2019, but there's an acquisition issue looming...
Accenture's interim CEO drills down on what makes Accenture Technology so important to future growth potential.
The future for many businesses will be a hybrid mix with a range of different cloud services and service providers that will need to work together. This is a role custom-made for channel partners to exploit, but they need to be ready, and maybe they ain’t...
IBM may not have delighted Wall Street but you can see its trajectory as an object lesson in business model pivots and what this means for customers.
Accenture's long-standing CEO Pierre Nanterme passed away earlier this year, but it's a case of keep on keeping on for the firm.
A reflection back on last week’s Cloud Expo at London’s ExCel, where it seemed clear a match shift is needed – and possibly imminent – but where vendors and users seem keen to cling on to old ways.
The Digital Economy needs a new governance model to tackle erosion of privacy and trust, according to a World Economic Forum discussion.
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.
French firm Atos is paying out to acquire digital credentials in the shape of Indian supplier Syntel.
TCS just made history as India's first $100 billion market cap company. Longer term, there's a focus on innovation as digital adoption thinking among users evolves.