Royal Bank of Scotland has had a turbulent decade, but last week's first profit in that time marks a psychological turning point towards proactive digital investment.
Cyber warfare is combat on the cheap, writes Denis Pombriant, as he sets out the case for an international truce to limit the scope for cyber attacks
Waiting for AI isn't a winning approach. For xByte Technologies, it's about a push to greater automation - without losing their customer service edge. Here's how they tied their pricing engine to Acumatica ERP.
Frictionless enterprise, digital collaboration, conversational/headless, APIs, AI - 5 digital enterprise trends converge in the future of coaching networks
Lloyds Banking Group has repaid its taxpayer bailout and is now focused on building on its digital banking successes to date. Phase 3 comes with a hefty price tag though.
Maybe the biggest AI risks are to do with people becoming complacent as a result of over-automation and hyper convenience
Your finance team should become an early adopter of AI and automation in order to reduce the burden of manual processes, recommends Workday's Tim Wakeford
Influential VC Gordon Ritter believes his notion of coaching networks, which combine AI with human creativity, may be the big new thing in enterprise software
Machines are good at pattern matching but our ability to learn unlimited patterns means humans will always be smarter than artificial intelligence
This week - readers sound off on algorithms-gone-wrong. Plus: GDPR as marketing differentiator. Facebook gets a searing critique and digital gets a career survival guide. Plus: your weekly whiffs.