Deluged by tech predictions pieces? Worry not, dear reader, Jon and Brian serve your revenge piping hot - via their annual un-predictions. Yes, the tech soothsayers and prognosticators are at it again. But so are we - this time with a few satirical fireballs from Den Howlett mixed in for good measure. Enjoy!
2020 has seen an explosion in rates of online grocery shopping, but is it sustainable into 2021 once vaccines make a return to the store aisles safer? Kroger is preparing for various outcomes.
The National Institute for Health Research is responsible for groundbreaking medical research in the UK. It’s use of Google helped it adapt swiftly to the challenges of COVID-19.
Coupa tops off 2020 with strong Q3 revenue growth, customer wins and that important supply chain acquisition
Spend management specialist Coupa has had a solid calendar year against a pandemic backdrop that's made keeping on top of spending an even more critical requirement for businesses.
Is it possible to eradicate product recalls and remove waste in the manufacturing supply chain? Anurag Garg of Plex Systems talks through the steps to proactively prevent recalls
The CPRA greatly limits how organizations can use personal data and moves the U.S. rules closer to the EU's GDPR.
Enterprise hits and misses - Video kills the messaging star, and "Slackforce" goes through the analytical grinder
This week - how video meetings trumped messaging in 2020. Salesforce buys Slack - let the Slackforce punditry begin in earnest. Microsoft backtracks on its Microsoft 365 tracking, but the work surveillance debate roils on. As always, your weekly whiffs.
GDPR Is a European data protection success story, yes? Well, yes...but it could also be a complicating factor in trying to secure a post-Brexit data adequacy deal between the UK and the EU.
The Brexit negotiations between the UK and the EU appear to be lurching to a close. What does that mean for the still unresolved issue of data adequacy?