At 55, strategy consultant Jukka Virkunnen found himself getting a little too expensive for his clients. His solution? Go back to study - then become a CIO of ambitious Finnish Robotic Process Automation player
Low-code application development vendor Appian sees a way to start selling pre-built applications and solutions to its large enterprise user base and opens up the temptation of using the same approach to move into the mid-sized and small business sectors.
Now that Unit4 has put a microservices-based cloud platform in place, new CEO Mike Ettling wants the company to run like a cloud business
iTelligence put on another good show with customers talking about their experience in the trenches of S/4 implementations.
The burgeoning cloud services marketplace could grind to a halt if the reseller channel community fails to get its act together and start taking those services – with their own expertise and IP added in – out to businesses.
The OECD warns that there's a widespread global crisis when it comes to getting the skills in place to thrive in a digital economy.
The future for many businesses will be a hybrid mix with a range of different cloud services and service providers that will need to work together. This is a role custom-made for channel partners to exploit, but they need to be ready, and maybe they ain’t...
This week - we take on one of the nuttiest event weeks of the silly season, inundating you with our best stuff across time zones. And, I pay tribute to one of the best enterprise instigators and thorny questions specialists that ever thwarted a press conference. As always: your whiffs.
Build 2019 - Nadella pitches a crowd-pleasing 'holy trinity', but stays close to the core engineer audience
Build 2019 kicked off with a CEO keynote that managed to be aspirational and practical at the same time.
On the eve of a critically important SAPPHIRENow event, I asked some of SAP's most respected - and opinionated - community leaders to give their views on what SAP needs to accomplish this week, and beyond. The role of ASUG is also addressed.
This week - voice search isn't waiting for the enterprise. Also: why CEOs can't delegate AI responsibility. Fresh looks at digital transformation contrast with digital duopolies. Your whiffs include: mocking open offices, and a new low for dynamic personalization.
Huawei sees a role for itself that includes R&D out at the bleeding edge of research and technological development.
Enterprise hits and misses - AI's diversity problem is scrutinized, digital transformation is defined
This week – fresh data on AI’s diversity problem and: does machine learning have a performance problem? Buzzwords get decoded, from edge clouds to digital transformation. Your whiffs include SEO link panhandling with… Tony Robbins?