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.
Moving to a four-day week isn’t as simple as it sounds, but here are two digital companies that are already seeing the benefits.
Salesforce CEO Benioff was temporarily silenced, but his management team was ready to expand on a strong second quarter for the firm as the Slack-First era emerges.
Only connect? Let's have lunch to discuss, says Salesforce's Peter Coffee.
Who's Zooming who? We all are and are likely to carry on doing so for some time as the great return-to-the-office is put on hold.
Enterprise hits and misses - retailers swap a digital surge for foot traffic, return-to-office hits resistance, and T-Mobile is better at data breaches than 5G
This week - big-name retailers see faltering digital growth, but is in-store traffic finally back? The return-to-office push faces new critiques, as "hybrid" work falls short. Speaking of falling short, T-Mobile is back to what it does best - getting its customers' (and former customers'!) data breached.