Strong digital growth and a dip in traditional outsourcing - Accenture's Q116 numbers see the firm well-placed in a market where digital disruption is now the desired norm.
After speaking to and listening to dozens of companies this year, we are beginning to notice that some digital innovators are no longer using legacy as reason not to try stuff.
The company adds another $3bn to the Watson investment pot with the launch of Watson IoT, in an all-out attempt to corner the market for cognitive tools that help exploit and direct IoT as it grows in importance
SAP's Prakash Darji takes a break from working on SAP's connected vehicle platform to make his case for why connected cars are a fundamental change. He also looks at the obstacles connected cars face and why the economic and lifestyle implications are underestimated.
Finbarr Joy, William Hill’s CTO, is leading the betting company through a radical transformation that no longer means looking to one vendor to solve its problems. It means open source, failing fast and insourcing skills.
Recent developments have raised fundamental questions about encryption, back doors, and proprietary software locks. Smart devices raise the stakes. Here's my review - and questions enterprises should be asking.
Modern connected business applications drive new patterns of collaboration into the enterprise - here lies the secret of success in digital transformation
Thomas Mayer explains how Lotus’ partnership with Microsoft has enabled it to not only iterate faster, but also improve its innovation cycle.
An R&D perspective on how energy management giant Schneider Electric is laying the foundations for connected products and a business-led IoT strategy
Poor Meg Whitman lost her voice on day one of HPE's Discover conference, but the beefed-up open relationship with Microsoft took center-stage anyway.
The report also states that new technologies could add £60bn to the British economy within a decade. But will Barclays be able to protect itself from technology changes?
GE Software’s CTO Harel Kodesh sets out to de-silo the Industrial Internet before the IoT hole gets dug too deeply.