Mobile and cloud remain on the rise as one in three private sector organizations plans to overhaul its HR structure over the next 2 years, but the federal government continues to struggle with its own HR tech.
Kempinski Hotels was firefighting to deal with requests for support from 73 properties worldwide, so went to market to look for an ITSM solution.
Iron Man's suit is a “wearable,” a piece of equipment whose user can almost forget that it’s there. The wearer doesn’t fly an airplane, or even fly the suit. The wearer just…flies. Isn’t that what we want from all of our tools?
A surprise for some but not for others. Sikka lands at Infosys as CEO. Now what? There are many challenges ahead.
If you wanted to get a cab in a capital city across Europe today, you were pretty much out of luck as the traditional taxi industry took a pointlessly 'King Canute' style stand against the tide of digital innovation.
Back in February, LinkedIn announced the rollout of its publishing program to all members, Add the tech media, and get a PR mess. But - does LinkedIn's publishing platform have value? I went looking for answers.
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison boasts his new in-memory technology performs queries and analytics so fast that beta customers believed that their database was broken! This is seen as a good thing.
The annual PowerPlex customer event is now an established fixture on the analyst circuit. It was a great show but there are plenty of questions to answer as the company scales up.
Director of Channels Julie Perkins was speaking this week at PegaWORLD in Washington DC, where she spoke about over-spend and the importance of getting the right skills on the ground.
The UK electorate is being given the chance to register to vote online. In the US, Arizona's offered this for the past 12 years. What lessons can the Brits take from the land of the hanging chad?
CEO Alan Trefler disagrees and explains that the company is in a good position to take advantage of customers demanding cloud based technologies.