Cloud connectivity and distributed working can reverse the flight to cities and revive rural fortunes, according to Zoho co-founder Sridhar Vembu
"We're on a move" - CEO Bill McDermott on ServiceNow's plans for vertical markets, partnering and winning CEO love
The McDermott era at ServiceNow has gotten off to a strong start with an increased focus on the CEO customer base and an eye to vertical thinking.
Fourteen staffing, background check and HCM software firms are backing blockchain-based Velocity Network to speed worker credential checking
An article in the Harvard Business Review claims that the VC pitching process is failing female entrepreneurs, which means that funds are not being awarded to the best investment opportunities. But female founders believe the situation is much more complex than simply one of discrimination.
SAP Q4 FY2019 results - no overall surprises but cloud revenue not quite there with interesting times ahead
As SAP broadly met market expectations, it continues its strategy of putting customers first
A Davos discussion about what the responsible governance of AI actually mean throws up as many questions as answers - and a few evasions.
Bersin’s David Mallon discusses HR’s role in riding the turbulence of what could be a bumpy year in 2020.
WEF 2020 - stakeholder capitalists don't just need to do the right thing, they need to be seen to do it
In an age of social media 'pile ons', accusations of hypocrisy can thrive easily and make fresh demands of advocates of stakeholder capitalism.
WEF 2020 - has stakeholder capitalism really overturned Milton Friedman's doctrine in the digital economy?
Is stakeholder capitalism a thing or just a soundbite to appease corporate conscience?
What does your business future look like in 2020? These six trends will bring change and new opportunities, writes Oracle NetSuite’s Nicky Tozer
It's time for my annual push through the retail tech hype in search of retail success. One big story: the revenge of the storefront, but with a big caveat. In my first NRF review piece, I break out the early highlights - and an instructive mobile use case from Office Depot.
No, knowledge workers aren't the most valuable enterprise asset of the 21st century. Experience workers are the new elite