'Business computing is dead; long live business computing’ might just be the fanciful way to describe the notion that we stand on the cusp of the demise of one stage in computing development and the real birth – as an identifiable entity – of the next stage.
Detaching search from the physical world - why a deal with Campbell's matters so much to Yext CEO Howard Lerman
A first signing with a CPG firm with no physical location marks a new phase for Yext's expansion.
Gen Z may be digitally-native and always connected, but that doesn't mean they don't want to browse the store floor.
Day 2 of VMworld had an air of familiarity about it as VMware follows in Microsoft's footsteps.
It's not just tuxedos and prom frocks that can now be rented as the Subscription Economy meets omni-channel retail.
Fast-growing work management vendor Asana is raising prices as it continues to build out its vision for organizing work across the enterprise
Digital disruption in the food delivery business has created an increasingly competitive landscape. Here comes a major market shift...
While Apple's push into wearables is a success, Fitbit's currently looking less healthy. Can it stage a recovery?
Class is in session at the Ohio-based university working to become a more data-centric organization.
The Australian fashion retailer is intent on global expansion and is fine-tuning its e-commerce strategy to appeal to overseas audiences.
A makeover that speeds up the Slack client experience for power users is a response to the messaging platform's growing adoption in large enterprise
David Irvine, Senior Director, Finance, ServiceNow, discusses how traditional banks and financial services organisations need to keep pace with new digital challengers by connecting their digital platforms with their legacy back-end.
A devastating warehouse fire hurt Ocado earlier this year, but also pointed to the resiliency of the business model.