Disruption brings with it the antibodies of resistance. How do you challenge that both externally and internally without imploding along the way?
A new note-taking feature from online content collaboration vendor Huddle is a welcome sign of convergence in enterprise file sharing platforms
Are BI disruptions being felt in the big enterprise shops? I recently got a field view with BI architect Derek Loranca.
SAP takes another step towards transforming its technology base, opening up to open source fans while giving existing developers a new way to fast track application development.
If Universal Credit's IT work isn't a debacle, does that mean they did it on purpose?
It's one year on from the publication of the UK government's digital strategy and Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude is pleased with progress to date, even if there's still a long way to go.
Despite my earlier mauling, SONOS came up with a solution to my issues. In doing so, I see deeper learnings around discovering the good customer.
It’s as if decades of public sector IT disasters never happened. It’s perfectly clear that precious few lessons have been learned from them at any rate if the sorry example of Universal Credit is anything to go by.
Twitter privacy policies can make it almost impossible to regain control over your Twitter account. It's another example of poorly thought out service.
Forget printed paper analogies. Mobile app design is all about workflow - finding the most direct digital route from action to transaction
Jon's weekly review of which articles hit (or didn’t) on diginomica and beyond - for the week ending December 9, 2013.
It was only a matter of time before the tech industry needed to be seen to take a tougher stand over the NSA PRISM snooping scandal and so it is today that 8 leading firms have drawn a collective line in the sand.
In acquiring Arithmo, Keytime is setting itself a number of difficult problems. Will it work out what has to happen in a fast moving cloud based accounting software market?