Businesses are attracted to cloud ERP systems but compliance challenges and difficulties in moving sensitive data to the cloud are still a concern.
Stories by Peter Sayer
With the latest update, Tableau users can type plain English queries to generate data visualizations, further lowering analytics’ barrier to entry
SAP’s $8 billion acquisition of Qualtrics may help put customer experience on the CIO’s agenda.
BI vendor seeks to simplify and automate data analysis as part of a growing trend toward injecting AI capabilities into BI tools.
IBM’s bid to buy Red Hat will see it integrating rivals’ cloud infrastructures, luring new clients to the cloud, and potentially kicking off an industry-wide series of cloud mergers.
Oracle is injecting machine learning into its offerings to improve payment processing, expense accounting, and hiring — and has launched subscription management services for its customers’ customers.
The transatlantic data transfer agreement is under review this week.
Would you trade your ERP system for QuickBooks? Intuit hopes the answer is yes.
An inventory management system can help streamline your operations by keeping tabs on goods and supplies and by forecasting needs based on a wide array of data.
Six of the biggest companies in IT are setting out to eliminate the silos in which enterprises store customer data. The bad news?
With a refresh of its cloud analytics tools, SAP hopes to bring users new insights into their data more quickly and take some of the workload off the IT department.
A vote by European Union lawmakers seeking to suspend Privacy Shield could spell bad news for businesses that have built their GDPR compliance strategy on adherence to the EU-U.S. data transfer agreement’s principles.
A year into an investigation into the use of data analytics in political campaigns, the U.K.’s privacy watchdog is hitting companies that shared data with political parties with sanctions including a criminal prosecution and a US$660,000 fine.
IBM 'Summit' winning the title of world's fastest supercomputer and a scandal in Japan shake up the Top500 supercomputer rankings.
IBM is making rack-mounted versions - ZR1 and Rockhopper II - of its latest z14t mainframe, that are able to securely run containerized software.