If you want to provoke me, tell me there's not enough qualified data science talent. That led me to a video exchange with IBM's Vijay Vijayasankar, where he shared the ups and own of hiring data science talent.
With its quirky hiking park iconography, Trailhead reaches out to a new generation of Salesforce admins and developers to stave off a looming skills crisis
Infor announced a slew of Coleman AI news at Inforum 2018. But what does this mean to customers? Here's my review of CEO Charles Phillips' keynote views, and what I learned behind the scenes.
Field service technicians need real-time access to expertise - and they won't get it from enterprise software vendors
Organizations say they need real-time collaboration for field service, but then don't put a strategy in place. Zinc CEO Stacey Epstein explains why this needs to change.
What is an application network? And why does it need a graph? MuleSoft's founder and CTO help explain today's announcement at Dreamforce 2018
Salesforce and Apple are cozying up to bring iOS and Salesforce development closer together.
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.
A change management expert tells me why success in digital transformation projects depends on a keen sense of empathy for the people affected
World Economic Forum - robots will take jobs, but upskilling will put humans ahead...if we do it properly
A major future of work report from the World Economic Forum puts skills investment top of the corporate and governmental agenda.
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