New Relic rounds out its observability platform at FutureStack 19 with logging, AIOps and other functions to offer more comprehensive integration and insight
IBM increases its quantum fleet while Google publishes, then yanks its claim of quantum supremacy
'Business computing is dead; long live business computing’ might just be the fanciful way to describe the notion that we stand on the cusp of the demise of one stage in computing development and the real birth – as an identifiable entity – of the next stage.
A UK Government report on automation and the future of work has some very British calls to action, but wider learnings for global consideration.
Enterprise hits and misses - Oracle OpenWorld gets the editorial treatment, the future of HCM software comes into focus
This week - Oracle gets autonomous at OpenWorld; we review. Also: the future of HCM software is laid out. Retailers continue their Amazon skirmishes, with grocery delivery still up for grabs. Your whiffs include WeWork's gaffe-happy week.
It's Friday afternoon, and caffeine is running low. It's time for a fresh critique of the AI skills gap. My foil? A fresh report from IBM, predicting a retraining need for 120 million workers. Grab a cup and join me.
Kroger's tie-up with Ocado has some big ambitions to meet in an increasingly competitive US online retail sector.
B2B marketers need a new marketing standard. Personalization remains the elusive goal - but shouldn't a better handle on customer data come first?
Financial planning and analytics vendor Vena has a new CEO with big ambitions. Here's what Hunter Madeley had to say about midmarket companies' finance challenges, and how Vena plans to serve them.
At its annual conference this week, SAP SuccessFactors unveiled a new conversational interface and a mission to transform from HCM to HXM - Human Experience Management
FedEx's 'King Canute' stance can't hold back the Amazon tide of delivery demands in an e-commerce age
FedEx doesn't need Amazon, it says. It might need to face up to its fears about the e-commerce giant however.
Yes, health care needs AI - but maybe not in the ways we think. A new book on AI's medical potential needs a critical eye. With AI, there is always a human consequence beyond the tech storyline.