More efficiency, less IT spending and improved talent management -- enterprises find their savings quickly mount up when they deploy cloud HCM solutions
Success with mobile enterprise applications depends on making the right connections into the organization's information, processes,and context
In a world of business without borders, there are several common use cases that increasingly drive adoption of enterprise-wide cloud applications
Anyone who says that “My business doesn’t have a ‘social’ interaction with its customers” is taking too narrow a view of a time too long ago, argues salesforce.com's Peter Coffee.
What has to come is an open health platform and ecosystem, not something defined by only a single vendor or alliance, but by the universal connections that the largest buyers of health services will demand from their providers to reduce the frictional costs of providing benefits.
Iron Man's suit is a “wearable,” a piece of equipment whose user can almost forget that it’s there. The wearer doesn’t fly an airplane, or even fly the suit. The wearer just…flies. Isn’t that what we want from all of our tools?
Do we need Chief Digital Officers? Sameer Patel draws on field lessons and the history of (formerly) sexy job titles to address the matter.
“Cloud?” is no longer a question: rather, “cloud!” has become the new context, in which every institution of society and commerce is asking how it must re-invent its mission. Vertical focus takes the spotlight as global connection becomes the norm.
Four factors explain why cloud ERP is lifting off now - and why FinancialForce.com has had a $50m funding boost today
On my way home from two events this week, I realized I heard the term Big Data bandied about quite liberally. That got me thinking about last year when I opened up a Big Data conference in the valley by saying 'There is no such thing as Big Data.' I think I got the conference organizers more than a bit worried - until I explained to the audience what I meant.
Bill McDermott, co-CEO SAP lays bare the penchant for buzzword bingo in the technology market, parsing this into what he sees as reality in the field. We can all learn from this.
The economics of the first cloud era were so compelling that it was easy to celebrate the cost savings and call the job done. But the job has barely begun. Difficult as it may be, try to forget everything you’ve ever known about how data is stored and how application programs have been constructed and used.
In today’s marketing environment audiences don’t magically appear. Rather, it is a ruthless competition for consumer attention across an unprecedented number of channels, devices, and locations.