Technology is such a vital competitive differentiator that all business execs, whether they are CIOs, CEOs, CFOs or CMOs, need to understand the essentials.
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IBM will add a series of design and data consulting labs around the world and invest $100 million in its Interactive Experience practice.
IBM has been chosen by BP to support its global workforce and launch new collaboration capabilities to support 60,000 of BP’s global employees.
A Hackett Group study found that analytics, business alignment, and talent were the biggest issue for IT execs for 2014.
One of a chief executive’s primary roles is to set company strategy – and that’s the lens through which they see cloud computing, writes Rob O’Neill.
The activist investor worth more than $20 billion references Sir John Dalberg and Hans Christian Andersen in his latest screed calling for shareholders to shake up eBay's board and demand a PayPal spin-off.
A new list of Chief Information Officers emphasizes the importance of communication as a driving force for CIO value and innovation.
Advertising and media is a big market for AlchemyAPI, which specializes in artificial intelligence algorithms.
SAP will now resell Adobe Marketing Cloud with its HANA platform and the hybris e-commerce suite. Both companies will chip in for marketing, sales and development costs.
Adobe launches core services for profiles, digital asset management, analytics and planning tools for offline and online marketing as well as support for Apple's iBeacon for proximity marketing.
Instead of the icy stereotype in which most successful startup co-founders are usually not on speaking terms, the friendship at the top of the Box hierarchy looks more solid than ever.
A study from Micro Focus shows that the cost to update mainframe applications has risen by 48 percent since May 2012 to AU$9.78 million.
New research concludes ERP budgets are shrinking but project length and delays have increased. Why the contradictory data?
Box has been making a number of leadership additions lately, not just only to the company's board but also establishing a collective of advisors from a diverse swath of industries and backgrounds.
One analytics chief says those in charge of big-data insights need to control their own destiny, which means responsibility for budget, technology resilience and security.
Box has been busy tailoring its cloud platform for specific industries, making its business strategy more acute -- and hopefully more attractive to investors in both Silicon Valley and on Wall Street.