'What if...' scenarios are a big part of the new reality for all CFOs, says NetSuite's Rami Ali.
COVID-19 may have accelerated digital transformation in healthcare, but will it be a permanent shift?
Has the COVID crisis powered up digital transformation in the healthcare sector in the same way it has in other industries? And if so, how do we make it stick?
Can we find a business model for virtual events? Presence Summit provided some big clues - starting with exceptional interactivity
I keep hearing that virtual events don't have a viable business model. Perhaps - if your virtual event stinks, you certainly can't charge for it. But the Presence Summit gave me a glimpse of a different future for virtual events.
The middle of a pandemic might not seem the best time to migrate to a new e-commerce platform, but the team at Champion pulled it off.
Inside the fish tank - how the Ivy League white dudes are having to rethink their work policies post-COVID
There are pros and cons involved in working from home, but the technology case is there. As employers and governments try to re-open workplaces, the arguments move beyond the tech.
WW, formerly WeightWatchers, has had an unexpected boost to its digital transformation ambitions since COVID-19 led to lockdowns around the globe. Can this be sustained?
PRIDE Industries is a nonprofit social enterprise that focuses on finding employment for people living with disabilities.
Enterprise hits and misses - big tech heads to Washington to repent, the systemic risk of cloud dependency, and the future of manufacturing work
This week - The CEOs of Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google are grilled by US legislators, but grandstanding and avoidance tactics meant very few moments of reckoning. Plus: ‘too big to fail’ economics makes its way to the cloud market. Whiffs include more WFH nonsense and a tone deaf Domino’s campaign.
Smart Social Distancing technology from Software AG aims to help workforces get back to business while still staying safe.
Airplanes don't flap their wings like birds, and artificial general intelligence (AGI) will never think like the human brain, which is more complex than we imagine
You wake up one morning and a disruptive startup has suddenly cut a swathe through your core market, and you realise your business does not have the skills, the expertise or the applications to fight back. Time to climb on the low-code bandwagon?
Warehouses and distribution centers are the 'engine rooms' of retail e-commerce, but in recent months have also become the focus of fresh COVID-19 controversy.
The 'biggest cash cow there is' - the potential (or threat) of DNA profiling as part of organizational HCM
While employee monitoring is nothing new, advances in DNA profiling raise the stakes immeasurably without care being taken.