Voice control is coming to devices in the workplace, bringing virtual assistants to enterprise applications, predicts Kevin Roberts of FinancialForce
Two stories involving privacy - or lack thereof - paint a dystopian picture. Evernote throws privacy under the "machine learning" bus, while Yahoo sets an unflattering record for total accounts breached. There may be a silver lining though: better policies and more urgency.
Enterprise UX design has made big progress - but not so fast. The future of UX is rushing towards us, with AI, bots, voice, and wearables sending designers back to basic training. Then there's the design temptation of manipulating consumers. I take a look ahead - and hand out some informal 2016 UX awards.
EDF Energy is implementing the full suite of SuccessFactors cloud HCM and taking an iterative approach to designing new processes with its users
It may have 500 million registered users, but really, Dropbox is now far more interested in adding to its 200,000 corporate user base and sees collaboration tools, together with a rich array of technology partners adding a wide range of specialised tools, as the way to get both there, and possibly onto the public stock market.
Enterprise integration vendor Snaplogic raises $40m for global expansion in its mission to connect enterprise apps and data across cloud and on-premise
At AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas, JPL tech staff demonstrated how the Alexa voice control system provides a way for humans to communicate with smart products and robots.
Collaboration tools are changing quickly. But are the team building approaches keeping pace? My weekend project - comb through the best resources for the cultural side of collaboration. I culled some tips - and pitfalls to avoid.
Since we last visited the so-called "IT talent crisis," the world hasn't fallen off a cliff after all. But new reports help to show the across-the-board demand for digital skills, and the jobs that are emerging.
Starbucks digital successes are being trumpeted again by the company's management, but CEO Howard Schultz is concerned at the impact of the US Election on the future of retail.
My love affair with Apple has that tired feeling of a marriage where one party has taken the other for granted. Nowhere is that more obvious than in the new MacBook Pro, the first real upgrade to that line in three years. underwhelming doesn't come close. It's annoying.