Disney just opened up a major new front in the war on Netflix - and it's got the backing of some big Hollywood studios to support it.
Every aspect of accounting processes, reports, curriculum and work is impacted by new technology. More changes are coming. How will the profession and academia respond?
If Workday is able to push deep into vertical markets then it cements its position in ways that have proven hard for competitors. Is this feasible?
Banks are testing different approaches to assimilating external innovation into their customer offerings, but what are the impediments to future-proofing by working with fintechs?
In part two of his vision of how to re-boot digital transformation in government, UKCloud's Bill Mew focuses on three key waves of change.
Call the SAP Cloud Platform boring? Not quite. In his latest SAP cloud investigation, Dick Hirsch explains why cloud at scale should be boring, with micropaths to monetization.
Cloud content vendor Box adds AI from IBM, Microsoft, Google to automate content analysis of cloud files for enterprise collaboration
Before the UK General Election debacle, the Conservative Party talked tough about reining in social media. Not so much today, when the talk is now of consultation.
Being able to return unwanted goods in-store in less than 35 seconds - Walmart's latest digitally-enabled program to take on the threat of the Amazon nemesis.
In New York this week, Dell is moving close to the edge for its customers with AI.
This week: cleansing our big data infatuations. Also: can ERP systems handle the next-gen needs of IoT? Your whiffs include hard lessons for smoking punks, while Dove's marketing team gets the spank tunnel.
Visits to conversational computing vendors Tact and Apttus highlighted five lessons on the limits of AI and how to overcome them in B2B enterprise applications
The UK government digital revolution has seen more than its fair share of wobbles of late. UKCloud's Bill Mew argues it's time to get back on track.