AI and machine learning can help in the candidate selection process. But is it fit for purpose? Questions are being raised.
Having an hyped IoT angle on your keynote presentation is compulsory these days, no? Not so much at Inforum this week, but that doesn't mean that there's not some pragmatic thinking going on in this area.
Kevin Ashton, who created the phrase Internet of Things in 1999, debunks some of the commonplace IoT myths and talks about what it really means for business
Last week's Huawei CIO Forum delivered ample demonstrations of the new tools coming along to automate more and more of the CIO's workload, but what does this all presages for the CIO role?
IBM's buying up the digital arm of The Weather Channel to provide a new tool for Watson to play with.
While Oracle takes control of San Francisco for the week, IBM's set up shop in Las Vegas with a stream of cognitive computing announcements at its Insight conference.
Oracle and GE are cozying up to bring order to the IoT environment. This could end up a big win for both vendors.
Dick Hirsch unravels the hairball of relationships that SAP enjoys within the context of Cloud Foundry and discovers that SAP developers can benefit - provided SAP contributes.
Gail Moody pauses to ask the basic question: what is digital transformation? There are plenty of definitions reflecting different entry points.
And today’s new word is 'collagration’, with Tibco being one of the early graspers of the nettle of providing the integration and collaboration tools for turning new, richer, cloud services into an atmosphere.
Severn Trent Water is facing up to the loss of its monopoly status and that's driving its focus on digital transformation, internally and externally.
Sift CEO Jason Tan endured setbacks in his journey to startup co-founder. In our Q/A, he shares how he came to "embrace the weird," - and why he believes machine learning can change fraud detection.