The term "data sharing" is expanding, but in a problematic way that raises flags for companies and consumers alike. Neil Raden provides a deeper context for data sharing trends, dividing them into the good, bad and ugly.
A recent analyst day at HCM leader Kronos was highly informative. Analysts had access to numerous Kronos executives and customers in a detailed update session. If your only exposure to Kronos has been via its time clock technology, you’re well overdue for an update.
We hear an awful lot about "transforming customer experience" these days, but it's rare to get a look under the architectural hood. In this diginomica exclusive, I share what I learned from Staples' CX push - and how Couchbase and microservices tie in.
ASOS can fix its warehouse problems, but can it win back the online trust of customers who've clicked away?
ASOS shares went into freefall today as the online fashion retailer struggles with its international expansion.
The influential Science and Technology Committee has said that the legal basis for automatic facial recognition has been called into question.
A review of the leading contenders in the battle to dominate the enterprise collaborative canvas market
It's now possible to eliminate the traditional divide between centralized business intelligence and decentralized data analysis, writes Birst's Brad Stillwell
The Emergency Services Network (ESN) is set to replace the ageing Airwave radio system, which is used by all 107 emergency service organisations in England, Scotland and Wales.
Domino's is piloting the next step in digital delivery via a tie-up with robotics firm Nuro.
Staying out of hot water in the brave new world of data security regulations with OneTrust compliance
Of course Zendesk uses its own products to support its top customers - but Slack plays a big role too in co-ordinating the team's work