ServiceNow CEO John Donahoe can point to some stellar growth numbers around enterprise customers. Now he wants to get them talking in order to increase his firm's brand awareness. Sound thinking!
This week - Infor unfurls its AI play; Workday explains its PaaS moves. IBM Watson gets - and gives - a critique, and the future of work gets another flogging. Plus: your whiffs.
Workday's PaaS is starting to come into view and in this story, we heard answers to our initial 10 questions asked last week. The overall impression is one of a well thought out scheme.
At FinancialForce Community Live, team members behind FinancialForce's diversity initiatives told me about their obstacles and ambitions.
Workday surprised some of us by recently announcing a mid-market offering. Following a deep dive briefing, Den and Brian offer their perspectives on what this means for both U.S. and European markets.
Paul Cooper steps into the UK&I SUG chair. He has an expanding portfolio that sees the UG reshaping for the modern SAP environment.
The Gig Economy has been a revolution, not an evolution, in the world of work. A new UK government report on workers rights provides some food for thought for policy-makers around the globe.
Workday surprised with the announcement of an intent to deliver a PaaS at some point in the not too distant future. This is a seriously important move and one to which everyone need pay attention.
Unconscious bias adds risk and cost to hiring decisions. Infor's Dr Jill Strange explains how smart data and predictive analytics can help you cut it out
Five takeaways from PepsiCo's global head of HR operations in the wake of rolling out SAP SuccessFactors to 260,000 employees earlier this year
The concept of reverse mentoring has now morphed into the idea of mutual mentoring. Cath Everett talks to two tech companies which have introduced the approach into their own organisations.
UK gas pipeline operator Northern Gas Networks is moving all its SAP to the cloud, implementing S/4HANA on AWS, SuccessFactors, and more