Gartner warns that CIOs need to be ready to advise on the latest and greatest in digital, but equally a new Digital Risk Officer should be appointed to handle digital security at an executive level.
Italy's just appointed Allesandra Poggiani to its most senior government IT role, just as European Commissioner Neelie Kroes urges the Italians to drive through Europe-wide digital change.
Hear from two professional services organizations who left spreadsheets behind in favor of tracking and reporting using a cloud-based system
Jon's cheeky weekly review of which enterprise software articles hit (or didn’t) on diginomica & beyond - for week ending July 13, 2014.
We now live in a world where the need for software developers has extended outside of tech companies and into most industries – competition for the best is tough and supply is short.
As CEO S.D Shibulal steps down, the Vishal Sikka era begins at Infosys on 1 August, with innovation and attrition being two of the items near the top of a lengthy to-do list.
UK retail may be undergoing a change but it is far from perfect. Here are examples that provide testing points.
Tom Siebel didn't take Salesforce.com and SaaS seriously enough 15 years ago and the rest is history. Marc Benioff isn't about to make the same mistake and just bought out a potential future threat.
UK daily deals site Wowcher has improved customer service call handling with a contact center service from fast-growing cloud provider NewVoiceMedia
For the enterprise professional, curation isn't a luxury. It's about establishing topic authority, while bringing fresh ideas and content to our employers. Here's some tools and tips to get it done.
The technology world has gone SME and startup mad, everyone wants to find the next innovative company to take the market by storm. But buyers need to realise that they need different treatment.
Long on rhetoric and vision but short on meaningful substance, you have to wonder what is next for Microsoft. CEO Nadella attempts to provide clues but comes up short.
Big Data is the ‘secret sauce’ that helps Netflix continue to develop and deliver popular content at a price point that appeals to its subscribers.