Innovation labs were the future once - and they can still work, despite some high profile closures. But, says Salesforce's Tony Colon, there are some important questions for organizations to ask.
Because online gambling is account based, operators have a wealth of data to identify those at risk and intervene. They should be doing more.
You gotta invest to expand. A mantra that finds favour at Amazon, but less so it seems with Wall Street...
Charles Phillips has been at the helm for six years now and has successfully transformed Infor into a valuable, cloud-based software company.
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd presided over the first drill-down into the future direction for NetSuite following its acquisition. The message of the day was simple - the same, but more of it.
Overwhelming amounts of data can turn into overwhelming misinformation, says Peter Coffee of Salesforce – especially if there’s a confirmation bias in play, where too many of the people asking questions are all expecting (or even hoping for) the same result.
The UK government is announcing a hefty broadband investment three times this week, but is it money well spent to create a post-Brexit digital age Industrial Strategy for Britain?
The US election didn't go the way Marc Benioff would have hoped, but the Salesforce CEO remains optimistic - as well he might given the firm's stellar Q3 numbers. Onwards to $20 billion?
UK legislators debate the Fourth Industrial Revolution - tomorrow's world today with a Brexit background
Against a backdrop of Brexit and the need for a new industrial policy for the UK, British legislators have had a welcome debate about the potential and the pitfalls of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Salesforce profit up, revenue up, share price down - you don't need to be Einstein to spot the problem
Wall Street got spooked by the Salesforce quarterly numbers, despite turning in the first $2 billion revenue quarter, while CEO Marc Benioff is drip-feeding more and more about the AI Einstein push.
Do we need Brexit to break up BT? CEO boasts EU law means UK regulator couldn't enforce Openreach separation
Last week BT hailed Ofcom's decision not to break up its relationship with Openreach and talked about increasing its independence. Over the weekend, BT CEO Gavin Patterson began the utterly predictable process of ensuring that what's been 'agreed' is far from a done deal.
EU and US indulge in Privacy Shield self-congratulations in Brussels, but privacy activists say 'See you in court'
The Eurocrats and the US Commerce Dept are in self-congratulations mode today with the adoption of Privacy Shield, but activists warn they'll have their day in court before long.