This is no time for waterfall projects - IT must go agile to drive rapid innovation. Neptune Software's Natalie Kouzeleas explains how.
It’s old school maybe, but what else are you going to do once your remote work is done, the kids are asleep and you feel unfulfilled or unenlightened? You get a book to expand your thinking and improve yourself...such as these ones.
When increased automation meets an ageing skilled workforce, it's time for new thinking on talent in field service, writes ServiceMax's Mark Homer
If governments and policy makers want to distribute wealth more evenly across the USA post-Coronavirus, then they should be looking at fostering small digital businesses.
Coronavirus will change what ‘customer success’ means for business - value and purpose now essential
Much attention has been paid to the importance of ‘customer success’ in recent years. But as with the financial crisis, Coronavirus again changes what that means.
AI tech is moving quickly - but the ethical problems aren't going away. Here's eight AI ethics issues that persist.
At day 2 of Atlassian Remote Summit, the digital teamwork vendor sharpened its work management credentials with updates to its Jira Align work tracking tool
Atlassian adds automation to its Jira platform to help relieve distributed teams of some of the collaboration 'tax' of remote working
Education and a mindset change that are technology enabled are needed for the future. Are we ready?
Yes, remote work disrupts hiring and recruitment - Talview responds with a free remote hiring starter kit
Companies with hiring needs have a problem - now they need a fully remote hiring process. To help, Talview released a free remote hiring kit. I talked to their CEO about the remote hiring surge, and the role of AI and automation in ethical hiring.
Back in 2018, New Relic's Lee Atchison controversially argued for AWS Fargate over Lambda or Kubernetes as the future of serverless - but it hasn't lived up to the promise, he now believes
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our world with devastating speed. New ways of working that were waiting on the sidelines are suddenly mainstream