HoloLens 2 was center stage at Mobile World Congress, but curiously enough its biggest customer to date wasn't mentioned...
The Ultimate Software (ULTI) deal to be taken private was announced on February 4 and has a 50-day go-shop clause in it. No other suitors have come public yet. Now that a couple of weeks have passed, what else should we be looking at?
Auto Trader, one of the UK's largest websites, moves to Google Cloud, encouraged by improvements that Istio has brought to a Kubernetes-based infrastructure
The cobot, or collaborative robot, will soon be an accepted and helpful companion in all our working lives, writes ServiceNow's Chris Pope
Wendy's is a grand old dame of 50 this year and in need of a digital touch-up.
Dynatrace has refined a tool it first demo’d last year to the point where it can track the process steps – and identify any problems – of anything from a single customer’s failed interaction with a web-based e-commerce app through to a complete business management environment running over distributed edge services that include heavy data analytics and IoT systems monitoring.
Enterprise hits and misses - AI gets field lessons, Huawei gets scrutiny and flat hierarchies get a reality check
This week's enterprise buffet includes AI field views and a fresh look at flat hierarchies. Plus: what Huawei's security debate means for IT leaders. Your whiffs include some huge privacy gaffes, including one in flight.
The Global Cyber Alliance has just released a toolkit for small businesses and NGOs looking to protect themselves against digital threats. It comes with some big claims attached.
The financial services organisations were speaking at a Fractal Analytics event in London, where they both spoke about the importance of getting the business on-side when focusing on AI outcomes.
The notion of flat hierarchies is de rigeur at the moment, not least in the digital start-up space. But the first signs of a backlash are starting to make themselves felt as it becomes clear the approach is not quite the panacea for innovation that some initially thought.
It's time for PSA to come out of the back office and take its place as a revenue generator, FinancialForce CEO Tod Nielsen tells us
Is it possible to contain the security risks of Huawei equipment? The UK NCSC thinks so, but should you?
Questions on the security of Huawei equipment have reached a fever pitch. Sensationalism has made a clear assessment difficult. IT leaders have serious pros and cons to weigh out - here's the latest developments.
In an exclusive interview, FinancialForce CEO Tod Nielsen feels the pain of CFOs who find a new finance system about as welcome as root canal treatment