The new professional and IT as a service RSS icon

UK productivity priorities for the incoming Prime Minister and new Chancellor This article is sponsored by:

With the British Government currently in limbo as the Conservative Party undergo a leadership contest for who will become the next Prime Minister, there’s an opportunity to assess what’s working (and what isn’t) for productivity policy.

digital britain
Read more about UK productivity priorities for the incoming Prime Minister and new Chancellor

Web 3.0 and the creator economy - a seismic shift, or a hype festival for enterprises to ignore? This article is sponsored by:

I've had a chip on my shoulder about Web 3.0 for a while. Now the creator economy hype has reached a fever pitch - and it's time to air it out. Also: when it comes to NFTs and creative talent, should the enterprise care?

building-blocks-fall
Read more about Web 3.0 and the creator economy - a seismic shift, or a hype festival for enterprises to ignore?

Big changes in Professional Services & their clientele - are you asking the right questions? This article is sponsored by:

Changes are needed in how projects are run, what professional service organizations sell and how they market. But are these conversations occurring?

debate
Read more about Big changes in Professional Services & their clientele - are you asking the right questions?

Enterprise hits and misses - debating tech crash versus market correction, as data privacy suddenly takes center stage This article is sponsored by:

This week - tech stock crash, or correction? And how should companies adapt? As data privacy suddenly takes center stage, we continue to grapple with the future of digital work - and the surge in AI adoption. Plus: whiffs lighten the mood.

success-failure-road-for-businessman
Read more about Enterprise hits and misses - debating tech crash versus market correction, as data privacy suddenly takes center stage

Transformation programs compress, but the enterprise IT spend holds up, says Accenture CEO Julie Sweet This article is sponsored by:

Accenture's being cautious about predicting the macro-economic climate for the coming months, but spend on transformation is holding up.

Accenture
Read more about Transformation programs compress, but the enterprise IT spend holds up, says Accenture CEO Julie Sweet

Neptune Software adds AI-augmented no-code tooling to its SAP-friendly development platform This article is sponsored by:

At its Impact conference in Oslo, Norway, this week, Neptune Software introduced an AI-augmented no-code app builder that runs on its SAP-friendly development platform.

Helder Gonçalves, Neptune Software, speaks at Impact 2022
Read more about Neptune Software adds AI-augmented no-code tooling to its SAP-friendly development platform

What I’d say to me back then – ServiceMax’s Liz Carter on why it pays to be a risk-taker This article is sponsored by:

The tech sector has more opportunity than ever for women to build long-term careers, argues ServiceMax's Liz Carter.

Liz Carter
Read more about What I’d say to me back then – ServiceMax’s Liz Carter on why it pays to be a risk-taker

"This is our responsibility as an industry!" - Salesforce CMO Sarah Franklin on why the tech sector needs to step up on equality and inclusion This article is sponsored by:

Salesforce CMO Sarah Franklin has risen through the ranks over the past 14 years and is committed to breaking down equality barriers for the next generation.

Sarah Franklin
Read more about "This is our responsibility as an industry!" - Salesforce CMO Sarah Franklin on why the tech sector needs to step up on equality and inclusion

"People can't be what they can't see!" - Salesforce UKI CEO Zahra Bahrololoumi on leveling up representation This article is sponsored by:

The tech sector needs to broaden its recruitment net as part of its efforts to bridge the skills gap and boost inclusion. Salesforce UKI CEO Bahrololoumi can point to progress being made.

Salesforce UK
Read more about "People can't be what they can't see!" - Salesforce UKI CEO Zahra Bahrololoumi on leveling up representation
Loading
A grey colored placeholder image