Slack cost Salesforce a lot of money. At Dreamforce this week there will be a huge focus on explaining why it was worth the ticket price. COO Bret Taylor and Slack CEO Stewart Butterworth have their messages ready.
It's OK not to know all the answers, but make sure you're intentional in your actions - debating the future of a hybrid world of work
The shape of the future of work is up for grabs - Daisy Auger-Dominguez, Chief People Officer at Vice Media Group, and Hamet Watt, CEO and founder of Share Ventures, debate some options.
ServiceNow’s latest platform release - Rome - includes a new Employee Center, which integrates with Microsoft Teams, and ties together services across multiple departments.
China’s World Robot Conference showcased a fast-maturing industry and exposed the contrast between the real world of robotic innovation with what the public and media imagine the future will look like.
Zoom’s annual conference - Zoomtopia - kicked off with a number of impressive product updates that highlight how we should be thinking about the future of hybrid work.
ServiceNow Chief Financial Officer Gina Mastantuono gives insight into how the workflow vendor is thinking about its future customer base and growth prospects.
Enterprise hits and misses - vendors ratchet up the hybrid work stakes, and ERP gets a new direction
This week - ERP gets a new direction, via a shove from best-of-breed players. The future of hybrid work is up for grabs, as vendors jockey for position. Strained supply chains test us, and high-risk AI systems spark debate. In the whiffs section, I take issue with a remote work report.
The healthcare industry saw major shifts to virtual patient care as COVID-19 took hold, and transformation is ongoing. Writing for Tercera, David Smith of BeyondID explores the challenges of digital integration and modernizing identity management for providers and patients.
A need for speed that's finally been met - but it took over a decade to achieve it and only then by bypassing the major providers in search of a solution. This can't go on for Broadband Britain.
Enterprise hits and misses - AI use cases get ugly, third party cookies crumble, and digital burn-outs get a pep talk
This week - AI use cases span the good, the bad, and the ugly. Third party cookies are crumbling; digital burn-out gets a treatment plan. Retailers get an omni-handle, and I take issue with the "headless revolution." Your whiffs include Tesla and Facebook's latest AI woes.
Last week's Salesforce announcements give pointers to how sales is changing in a digitally connected world, as business adapts to XaaS
Angelique Mohring's career has embraced law, archaeology, anthropology, mentoring, and FinTech, Now she's helping executives predict what the future holds.
Enterprise hits and misses - T-Mobile apologizes, supply chains buckle, Salesforce flexes and Zoom surprises
This week - will four day workweeks change the future of work? Notable earnings reports from Salesforce, Workday, and Box keep us on our toes. Does the e-commerce pure play have a future? Can T-Mobile get out of its own way? This week's whiffs also contain the opposite: an anti-whiff.