Has agile failed? No, it has far-reaching impact on the future of business, along with low-code/no-code - but it's going to be disruptive
Gartner's Hank Barnes regularly shares provocative ideas and research on enterprise buyers. Our first-ever podcast brought the question of how buyers are changing to a head. Here's the highlights.
TPM vendor Rimini Street launches SAP application management services with Robin Hood message for SAP customers
ClickSoftware is a leader in the field service management space and has been partnering with Salesforce on its Field Service Lightning product in recent years.
I went to Zoholics 2019 determined to dig into the secrets behind Zoho University. What I learned qualifies for my next 2019 highlights installment.
Capgemini delivers a strong half year, but will Elliott Management drive up the cost of acquisition plans?
Capgemini's doing well in 2019, but there's an acquisition issue looming...
For a SaaS services firm, building cloud apps can be a huge difference maker. But designing enterprise apps customers will embrace is no cake walk. Here's seven hard-won tips from Sana Salam of Sodales Solutions.
The shift from orders to subscriptions might not sound earthshaking on the surface, but as Sage Intacct's David Appel explains, it's changing the entire cloud financials market.
Tactical monitoring of enterprise technology is no longer enough. New Relic's Buddy Brewer and Alberto Gomez set out the 10 principles of full-stack observability
Global Services tech leader Jawaz Illavia tells diginomica how data and nearshoring are creating digital market opportunities
Wall Street may have been disappointed in one set of numbers, but the overall pattern is one of strong growth into expanded markets for ServiceNow.
Time to get through a maze of decision-making, says ServiceMax's Joseph Kenny.
A survey shows that users are hiring more and more IT tech staff, at the same time IT vendors are shedding tech staff. This is a strategy which, if pursued for any length of time, is likely to cause them more harm than good.