Shaking up monolithic ERP
Hyperion Insurance Group isn’t your average insurance company, and its new CIO David Jack certainly doesn’t intend to be the average insurance-company CIO.
diginomica is borked in IE8/9. We've looked at fixes but find them requiring more support than we are prepared to pay. Here's what we suggest.
The trend towards the digital enterprise is fraught with risk. Forgetting integration could be a disaster.
Despite recording record revenue in Q4 2013 of $54.9 million, Cornerstone OnDemand slightly missed forecasts. Even so, the outlook is bright.
Yammer's Adam Pisoni explains how enterprises can adapt to a fast-changing business environment by networking across hierarchical structures
IT service management tools are not the sole preserve of IT, argues Red Hat CIO Lee Congdon. And since adopting ServiceNow, the open source software vendor has sown the cloud-based ITSM tool into the processes of HR, payroll, engineering, and more.
“There was a wave of social marketing, then a lot about social listening. There’s consolidation going on there. The next wave of big companies will come in the social analytics space." Socialbakers CEO sets out his stall on the latest marketing cloud wars front.
A fast-growing startup offering an alternative to Acrobat aims to help enterprises take documents off the desk and into the cloud
Jon's cheeky end-of-weekly on which enterprise software articles hit (or didn’t) on diginomica & beyond - for week ending February 10, 2014
"How many times have Larry Ellison and Mark Hurd presented at the same event other than Oracle OpenWorld?" asks Oracle President Mark Hurd. There's your answer...
Results from our site suggest that the vast majority of people don't care about the EU Cookie Law. Surely that can't be right?