It'a a High Velocity Retail world out there - and there are some rules of the road to be understood.
Nutanix wants to be the 'new kid on the block' and exploit new hardware and software architectures to make VDI far more significant and, yes, make it the year of sometime soon.
Low-code application development vendor Appian sees a way to start selling pre-built applications and solutions to its large enterprise user base and opens up the temptation of using the same approach to move into the mid-sized and small business sectors.
The omni-channel transformation at Macy's is finally working, just as Trump's China trade war comes along to complicate things
President Trump thinks tariffs are great; Macy's CEO Jeff Gannette isn't so happy.
As a global financial institution that is over 100 years old, it’s not surprising HSBC has a whole host of legacy. However, it is reducing friction with Adobe Experience Manager and Adobe Sign.
One day logistics challenge delivers up a new front in the omni-channel retail war between Walmart and Amazon
Getting stuff to your front door more quickly - the evolving e-commerce retail challenge for Amazon and Walmart.
Sceptical about Facebook's conversion to privacy evangelist? You're not alone...
The management consultancy firm has developed a healthcare product based on Amazon Alexa and ServiceNow that reimagines the hospital bedside call button for the digital age
Calling for a younger Avon Lady - the people challenge for one retail digital transformation program
Recruiting a younger breed of tech-savvy Avon Lady is a priority for the retail institution's digital transformation makeover.
Build 2019 - Nadella pitches a crowd-pleasing 'holy trinity', but stays close to the core engineer audience
Build 2019 kicked off with a CEO keynote that managed to be aspirational and practical at the same time.
Yum! Brands bet the farm on a third party digital ordering and delivery partnership with Grubhub and the results are finger-lickin' good.
With the scheme to buy market leadership thwarted, Sainsbury's plan is to drill down on digital transformation.
Humbled, repentent and only looking at a $5 billion fine, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg should thank his lucky stars.