Battling from behind his flu, Brian Sommer outlines the highlights of August in the enterprise tech world.
Listening to the customer's digital signals - Lands End's data scientists focus on search is paying off
Lands End's Q2 numbers contained more signs of life than the retailer has shown for some time.
A new research paper from Georgia Tech takes a surprising position on algorithmic bias in hiring. Their view: we can reduce screening bias if algorithms take the impacted demographic groups into account. Here's my critique.
Updating the VMware strategy story, announcement by announcement.
Another strong quarter for Salesforce with some global nuances taking shape.
Enslin joined Google Cloud after almost three decades at SAP. With Enslin heading up sales, and Thomas Kurian at the helm as CEO, can Google Cloud bring data outcomes to the enterprise?
IoT devices are the latest to be targeted by black hat hackers. Are you prepared?
A new cloud-based service management system from Symphony SummitAI has drastically slashed mean time to repair (MTTR) rates at the airport.
The confidential, 24/7, non-profit helpline worked with Greenshoot Labs on an AI-powered chatbot that deals with easy cases and prioritizes others for expert volunteers to handle.
AI marketing literature extols the benefits of algorithmic hiring. But the problem of algorithmic bias and hiring fairness raises serious questions.