Even RSS die hards like me must admit: exciting RSS market developments are few and far between. But for enterprise readers and curators, I've got cool stuff - including ways of tracking diginomica content, and a nifty social RSS service called RSS.app.
Aymeric Sarrazin, Siemens, CEO, IoT Services, explains how most AI and IoT projects fail because enterprises don’t think about the need for effective change management.
The award of the US JEDI deal to Microsoft has taken many people by surprise. I am not among those. Here's why.
Speakers on the future of work and enterprise HR at this week's UNLEASH event in Paris focused on enabling individuals to manage their own careers in a changing world
As ServiceNow turns in a strong Q3, the current and incoming CEOs talk through the changes announced this week - in their own words.
The days of rolling out a software solution just once and then leaving it alone are over - the real value is realized from ongoing change, writes Michael Ouissi of IFS
As current CEO John Donahoe heads off to become CEO of Nike, what does ex-SAP CEO Bill McDermott bring to the table for ServiceNow’s next phase of growth?
The skills gap extends inevitably to the cyber-security field.
Digital teamwork isn't just about connecting people. Now it automates workflow and connects across applications - an exclusive Slack interview
Enterprise developers often work far removed from the people who use their software, and must get closer to real-world user experience, writes MongoDB's Dominic Wellington
We speak to Farrell Hough, SVP of Customer Workflow Products at ServiceNow, about the challenges facing enterprises in 2019 and how this is influencing ServiceNow’s investment decisions.
Capita Software was experiencing poor customer satisfaction rates and had over-worked, stressed employees. This is being reversed thanks to its use of ServiceNow.
Tecpetrol needed to shift away from cumbersome paper-based ways of managing sub-contractors in the field.