House of Fraser's turnaround strategy could pick up some useful tips from a new Salesforce retail study.
Cloud ERP benefits don't just happen - you have to earn them. Here's the value stages I've charted from years of customer interviews - and the debates I've had about them.
Phil Fersht, CEO HfS likes to shake things up. This time it's about replacing 2x2 grids with ranking tables. Has he got it right?
Intel's latest effort at framing strategy has many moving parts. And therein lies a problem.
World-famous photographer David Katz, who revealed he was visually impaired at the end of last year, has started using wearable, AI-based assistive technology that he describes as “life-changing”.
AI and automation will transform security, right? Not so fast. A new report indicates the problem comes back to a human skills gap. And, in my view, a culture problem. Here's my review of the data - and potential solutions.
The company is using Microsoft Azure as the platform for Max, its sensor-powered predictive maintenance system that now reaches 120,000 elevators worldwide.
When it comes to data center users, Intel recognises `what do you want?’ rather than `look what I’ve got’
Against a background of Intel falling behind its competitors in a significant area of technology and as its share price takes a tumble after some mauling on that subject by the financial analysts (despite its latest numbers looking pretty good), Intel held a Summit to talk through its new approach to the important data center marketplace – one where the industry-standard technology `willy waving’ was for the first time set aside in favour of focussing on what users might want to achieve with their businesses
Payment network Mastercard sees digital transformation as an opportunity to explore new technology-enabled channels and find new markets
The proposed cap on the number of ride hailing licenses issued by New York City accompanied by a hike in driver wages divides opinion.
Cloud-based APM vendor New Relic beats Wall St expectations in its latest earnings report, growing its enterprise footprint in cloud, digital and DevOps
This lawsuit, like the Indirect Access flap, may trigger some interesting conversations between SAP and its customers/prospects. While it’s too early to call anything, what might this litigation trigger?
The company, which builds critical subsystems used in chipmakers’ fabrication plants, is using MapR’s distribution of Hadoop as the foundation for predictive maintenance and more.