VMware missed an opportunity to energize the opening day crowd with a keynote that contained nothing particularly new and a series of on stage appearances that had little of substance.
In this edition: CSR lives - digital use cases for the social good. Plus: are connected cars actually compromised cars? And: hope for the hype swamps known as data lakes, and maybe even the omni-channel. Your whiffs include What's App privacy backtracks, and a whiff that wasn't.
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Australia’s largest supermarket chain has delivered a record loss. However, it is undergoing a huge systems transformation that hopes will bring it back to growth.
Immigration rule changes could spark a fresh wave of US based innovation. This is our take.
Splunk's user conference is just around the corner, so now's a good time to be talking about the 500 new enterprise customers that came on board of late.
No surprises, but Rackspace has found itself a private equity sugar daddy.
Nutanix carefully timed announcement of acquisitions ramps up the company's software stack, making it look more like a mature full stack cloud infrastructure player. But are these acquisitions strategic or acqui-hires? Kurt Marko digs in.
Gawker.com is officially dead. The litigation that caused its demise is disturbing. The rationalizations from Gawker.com are infuriating. That's fodder for a Friday rant, with enterprise readers in mind.
Draft sustainability and transformation plans suggest major changes to the NHS. Will digital be able to soften some of the blow?