JDA CEO Girish Rishi on supply chain management's rise to become a CEO-level agenda item.
Enterprise hits and misses - the fall event season kicks into high gear, but buyer uncertainty lingers
This week - fall event season kicks into overdrive. But: the macro-economic picture leads us to where vendors don't want to go: buyer uncertainty. Hadoop dies and is reborn (kind of), I score a self-whiff, and apologize to Eddie Money.
Boris Johnson's Incredible Hulk posturing is ridiculous; the prospect of a No Deal Brexit is no laughing matter for the tech sector.
Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - Autonomous Database finds traction with SMEs, developers and those struggling with security complexity
We speak to Juan Loaiza, EVP of Systems Technology at Oracle, about how buyers are responding do the company’s Autonomous Database pitch, on the eve of Oracle OpenWorld 2019.
Larry Ellison's vision for autonomous cloud stretches beyond the database world as OpenWorld delegates will hear this week.
Smartphones are an ultimate incarnation of the network edge in action, and that could the target for HarmonyOS, a device and platform agnostic, distributed operating system that could be the start of device collaborations that grow into `entities’ of global scale and functionality.
Group Chief Data Officer Helen Hunter says modern businesses in all sectors must be able to manipulate information at scale.
Cloud ERP customers speak to the impact of a single source of truth - Acumatica R2 Launch Day highlights
Acumatica changed up their analyst day this year, opening it up in welcome ways. But the highlight was hearing from cloud ERP customers at the subsequent R2 Launch day. Here's my review.
Digital economic policy is a global concern that came into focus at a London-based conference this week with lots to think about.
Subscription business models require a system of record that's designed to deliver SaaS metrics. The value can be immense, writes Sage Intacct's David Appel