Quote-to-cash vendor Apttus is using Azure machine learning to help mold enterprise sales behavior to achieve higher performance
Tay may have been a potty-mouthed racist, but at Build 16, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is big on a bot-centric future, but aware of ethical and moral tech concerns.
Converged data protection specialist Druva shows that secondary storage is not just nice-to-have backup option, but is fast becoming an essential point of centralisation that businesses may ignore at their peril.
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has been in the news this morning as it plans to scale back jobs in favour of ‘robo-advisers’. Something we expect to see more of in the near future.
It is probably just an `age’ thing, but a conversation with SAP CTO, Irfan Khan, closes off some concerns about the potential for negative human impact from IoT use at work and instead points to good synergy between companies and employees, rather a revival of the `Time-And-Motion’ man.
Great things are coming in the robotics revolution, but while Japanese innovation is on show, where's the Great British Robot?
In the first of two reports from the Japan-UK Robotics and AI Seminar in London, Chris Middleton hears that if your job can be automated, the robots are coming for it.
Twitter's algorithm controversy is theater of the absurd, but enterprises should still be wary of machine learning gone awry.
Wipro's new CEO is waiting in the wings and there's a fair bit of work to be done as the outsourcing giant turns in essentially flat numbers.
A new Deloitte report suggests that there is an ‘advice gap’ for five million people in the UK and that this could be filled by cheaper, automated online services.
We will need to have a robust and continuing debate on digital ethics during 2016 and beyond. The world is moving too fast to let this one slip by.