Can neuroscience and data science solve the problem of IT operations complexity?
The 2020 Precision Medicine Conference was loaded with practitioners solving real world problems with tech. Here's my review of the best sessions, and a couple low points where the tech hype overreached.
Clive Swan, Oracle’s VP of Adaptive Intelligent Apps, explains that customers start out wanting magic from AI, when actually what they’re asking for is automation.
API-led connectivity can build out application networks based on reuse to drive faster innovation and sustainable growth, says Mulesoft's Ian Fairclough.
Speaking at Oracle OpenWorld Europe, Oracle CEO Safra Catz got reflective on the company’s own transformation journey and the impact on its customers.
Zoho takes their B2B data privacy stand - "We will not be part of this industry practice." But will it pay off?
Zoho took a bold stance on B2B data privacy at ZohoDay 2020. That stance has huge implications for their heavy bets on AI - and their avoidance of the public cloud. Here's a look behind the debate.
Enterprise hits and misses - quantum gets real, Koch buys Infor, and Shadow's failed app gets lit up
This week - quantum computing gets a real-world gut check. Koch buys Infor; we analyze. SAP extends maintenance, and Alphabet finally reveals Google cloud earnings. Shadow apologizes for a terrible election app launch; I skewer. And the whiffs keep coming...
A survey from fast-growing online chat provider Intercom shows businesses embracing chatbots for customer interactions - but must still keep it human
Digital transformation is more than a buzzword in financial services, writes Sage Intacct's Diana Ermini, citing finance teams with a real-time pulse on the business
Quantum computing grabs the headlines, but there's more to quantum tech opportunities as speakers at a recent Westminster eForum discussed.
Lots of growth, lots of slides and lots of updates - my take on the recent Zoho Analyst Summit.
Explainability is not just a roadblock to AI adoption - it also has implications for public health and safety. This is how the tensions between transparency, accuracy and performance are coming to a head.
Recently-appointed McDonald's CEO Chris Kempczinski is picking up a digital commitment from his predecessor and taking it to the next level.