Latest from Dion Hinchcliffe
The future of enterprise content is modular and headless
The classic approach to enterprise content management was to provide a central place to edit and publish content. But in a world filled with hundreds of digital channels, and dozens of types of devices, the traditional content management platform has become a spoke on a hub. A new approach to ECM is bringing back the original premise, while supercharging and modernizing it at the same time.
Will a platform strategy help Microsoft Teams win the long game?
Microsoft has turned Microsoft Teams into a powerful platform for team collaboration, taking advantage of their long experience in building some of the world's most popular tech platforms. Will this translate into long term success for the popular collaboration service?
A new IT landscape empowers the CIO to mix and match
IT has always had an outsized influence on which technologies are adopted by organizations large and small. Now cloud giants are rolling up customers into big suites that are easy to manage just as the obstacles that prevented best-of-breed drop away.
Is Anthos the edge Google needs in enterprise cloud?
In third place in the cloud wars for years, the emergence of Google's Anthos last year was a welcome move that makes a versatile multicloud future for businesses not just a possibility, but a practical option today. But is this what Google needs to truly succeed in the cloud industry?
Who will win the epic battle for online meeting hegemony?
The pandemic has focused much of the remote worker experience like a laser on the lowly online meeting. Stalwarts like Cisco and HCL face intense competition from upstarts like Zoom and Slack as well as industry heavyweights Google and Microsoft.
The art of the possible: Pervasive integration of enterprise systems and data arrives
Long the most expensive, time-consuming, and fraught activity in IT, the integration of systems and data has seen recent breakthroughs that make it far easier, faster, and less costly to bring systems together in a high quality way. Here's how SAP is changing the art of the possible.