A Top Ten of the enterprise software stories to catch the eye in October.
The skills gap extends inevitably to the cyber-security field.
Some stark conclusions about the current worldview around cyber-security.
Tecpetrol needed to shift away from cumbersome paper-based ways of managing sub-contractors in the field.
It's time for the annual trip to the HR Technology Conference in Las Vegas. Here are the highlights of this years confab - the good, the bad and utterly indifferent.
World Mental Health Day - why business leaders are so vulnerable to mental illness in a fast-moving digital economy
Although rarely talked about, mental health issues are rife among company founders and leaders due to the risks they need to take and the stress they are constantly under. So what can they do to minimise the impact?
The quest for a halfway decent mobile event app is fraught with the peril of time wasted. But at Controlling 2019, attendees embraced an event app in a way I've never seen before. It made a difference.
The worst person Donald Trump ever met is about to take charge of "a Europe Fit for the Digital Age"
Margrethe Vestager is about to become a lot more powerful and has the US tech sector in her sights.
Omni-channel retail needs APIs to deliver a sought-after customer experience that leaves cash registers in the past, argues Mulesoft's Paul Crerand.
Women in IT - Ada Lovelace would be horrified by the lack of progress, argues Red Hat's Margaret Dawson
It's Ada Lovelace Day - time to up the game when it comes to getting women better represented in the tech sector.
Reaching out a tentacle on World Octopus Day to find parallels with technology innovations.
This week - is AI a tool for big tech supremacy, or a democratizing force? Offshoring alarmists get their reckoning, but they weren't wrong about everything. Blockchain gets skewered and Gartner gets quadranted. Your whiffs include my falling out with Alexa.