Blockchain may not be a fit, but distributed ledger technology definitely has a role in plugging the trust gap in digital business transactions, writes Software AG's Bernd Gross
Enterprise hits and misses - retailers get autonomous, blockchain gets real, and Google gets an anti-trust action from the U.S.
This week - retailers buckle up for the holidays, and lay ambitious plans for 2021. Blockchain gets some real world use cases - and critiques. The U.S. files a landmark anti-trust lawsuit against Google. Your whiffs include my personal fave - parrots manipulating Alexa.
Blockchain-based systems under development for rapid credential checking by employers could have a role in tracking COVID-19 immunity
Fourteen staffing, background check and HCM software firms are backing blockchain-based Velocity Network to speed worker credential checking
The first details emerged this week of a Workday blockchain initiative to help HR teams speed up verification of credentials when taking on new staff
If you think that technology driven supply chains are delivering value then you'd be mistaken. According to Lora Cecere we're going backwards. Why?
SAP Business ByDesign is alive and kicking. Here's an update. And yes, I remain a fan.
IoT gets a bad rap for its lack of security. Ockam hopes to solve that problem by open sourcing its foundational technology.
SAP's blockchain is taking an overhyped concept and making it a practical reality for its customers. The example discussed here deals with an important regulatory issue in pharmaceuticals.
This week - Blockchain is officially a paradox, and AI is a riddle for customer service teams to solve. Plus: diginomica gets critiqued, and personalization gets humanized (or does it?). Your whiffs go from rattlesnake bites to a big pile o' Skype.
The hype over the blockchain has created the Blockchain Paradox. I explain how this manifests, what it means and where it goes.
This week - a look at Google's big data fall from grace - an opening for blockchain, or not? Also: security's weak link, and the zero trust imperative. Ideas versus execution, data silos, and whiffs-a-plenty.
Decentralized computing systems are starting to emerge that make the previously clunky blockchains performant for the 21st century. With security at the core, they promise a fresh approach to infrastructure that should lead to expansion in innovation.