Leading SaaS vendors want you to move everything to the cloud, but most of them keep firm control over their own core infrastructure. Enterprises can learn valuable lessons.
Geoffrey Moore tackles questions of the collaborative enterprise, the emerging cloud stack and their impact on corporate cultures.
Jon's cheeky end-of-weekly on which articles hit (or didn’t) on diginomica and beyond - for the week ending September 6, 2013.
As an antidote to the blether around Big Data, I muse on the importance of nuanced context. Without it, all the Big Data algorithms in the world will never solve our deep seated business problems. Nor will it relieve us of the tyranny of old benchmarks.
Jawbone UP's lack of reliability is leading to many hundreds of complaint. Jawbone's response is admirable on the surface but the issues are much deeper. It shows no sign of resolving them.
Insights into how Workday handles security, multi-tenancy, release cycles, development and performance in its cloud application stack
What is needed for the future successful career? Our management book shelves are stacked with advice. Dan Schawbel thinks he has some answers. I'm not so sure but you decide for yourself.
Fashion brand Kenneth Cole managed to get the politically correct banshees into something of a lather over a vaguely tasteless Tweet. Maybe there's a conspiracy to be found here?
The need for enterprise add ons is self evident. But the enterprise app stores seem far from chock full of exciting solutions. What's the problem? How can it be solved?
Since we launched diginomica in May, we have published a healthy serving of enterprise content. Which posts have stood the test of time?
It was going wrong, but I've put things right - UK government minister Iain Duncan Smith defends progress on Universal Credit, but still points a finger at IT failures, past and present.
Healthcare CIOs must feel ill some days at the office. The good news? Big data could help change that diagnoais. Irfan Kahn tells us why.
Someone at Flora's South African ad agency has an unfortunate sense of 'humour'. But what marketing lessons need to be learned from the Unilever brand's debacle?