Furniture supplier Wayfair has seen a welcome e-commerce uptick as demand for a decent home office kicks in. Will this replicate across this retail sector?
Morrisons data breach court ruling - a significant win for employers, but not a 'get out of jail' card on corporate responsibility
Morrisons is not responsible for the malicious actions of an employee with a grievance who stole data from the firm, a UK Supreme Court ruling that will please employers, but mustn't be seen as a fall back option for ignoring responsibilities.
Why mass (forced) adoption of remote working will accelerate nascent trends in the construction industry
Lockdowns and pervasive WFH has made people more reliant on home technology and will shift preferences as they consider new homes and apartments. The Coronavirus crisis spares no industry, but provides opportunities, not just pain.
Despite the COVID-19 shutdown, essential equipment still needs attention. Sumair Dutta of ServiceMax outlines five priorities for service leaders during this time
As we're all told to shop online wherever possible, the role of the warehouse in e-commerce is all the more crucial. It's also currently subject to a lot of public health controversy,
Monday musing - why 'job-stealing' robots could turn out to be much needed friends in our current 'Life on Mars' reality
Automation isn’t about stealing jobs, but it could be what keeps essential services running when doing it ourselves is dangerous or impractical.
Instead of meeting as planned at a trade show, I spoke to Unit4 CEO Mike Ettling via video call this week. He shared what else he thinks is going to change in our business lives thanks to COVID-19
We are adjusting to new ways of working as a result of the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic. ServiceNow's Chris Pope muses on the changes to come
A hint of aspirational aims in troubled times - the unexpected sub-text from Accenture's Technology Vision 2020
Accenture's 20th Technology Vision Report covers a lot of expected ground, but in the current crisis, there's an underlying big picture that hints at a better time.
Accenture CEO Julie Sweet - how we're dealing with Coronavirus and how it's impacting our clients needs
Insight from Accenture's CEO into how Coronavirus is impacting her firm and how her clients are reshaping their needs.
As the Coronavirus crisis spawns a horde of scammers and fraudsters, some practical security advice for targeted home workers.
Last year, IFS made the same move it urges its customers to make - adopting its latest cloud ERP platform. CDIO Sal Laher reviews the lessons learned
ThoughtSpot Co-Founder Ajeet Singh - we need trust in AI, but what kind of trust is just as important
Trust comes in many forms and with many questions. ThoughtSpot Co-Founder Singh doesn't take a dystopian view of AI's potential.