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Tableau CEO eyes 'time machine leap forward' after Salesforce acquisition

The Tableau CEO sat down with Computerworld UK to talk about joining forces with Salesforce, how it will rapidly expand its enterprise reach and the first steps to bringing the two vendor's products closer together

How Box exported its Silicon Valley culture to London

The cloud storage giant has worked hard to establish a European base that leverages the best of its Silicon Valley roots while also embracing cultural differences

How Google Cloud and Stella McCartney aim to make fashion more sustainable

Google Cloud wants to bring its data analytics and machine learning expertise to help retail brands improve their sustainability

Why SME lending is the big battle for the future of business banking

Small to medium sized businesses have struggled to access the sort of finance needed to grow since the financial crisis, but a new upswell of government support and the entry of some innovative, technology-enabled new entrants to the...

RBS cuts employee travel with collaboration technology

The UK bank is taking the money saved on corporate travel and investing it in collaboration technology and spaces for its employees as part of a broader shift towards "commercial thinking"

Ocado Technology COO talks life after the Waitrose deal

The Ocado Technology COO Anne Marie Neatham talks to Computerworld UK about how the grocery delivery company is doubling down on being a technology company

Appian CEO Matt Calkins: openness is the way to go

Appian founder and board game designer Matt Calkins believes that "openness is the way to go" with regards to running the proprietary low-code provider, and said that - while there are no plans at present - he hasn't ruled out open...

Everything you need to know about SAP’s new-look CRM product: C/4HANA

SAP is making a concerted effort to unseat Salesforce as the market leader for cloud CRM with C/4HANA

Everything Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst would say about the IBM deal

Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst discusses what he can regarding the IBM-Red Hat acquisition, which has just this week been approved by the US Department of Justice

"There was resistance" to Qualtrics acquisition, says SAP founder Hasso Plattner

The SAP founder said that there was board-level resistance to the $8 billion acquisition but now there is work to do to make it a success

SAP commits to Experience Management following Qualtrics acquisition

SAP is starting to bring the capabilities of its new $8 billion acquisition to customers with ten new use cases for combining your operational data and experience data

Why the US tech giants are uninterested in getting into open banking

The Implementation Trustee for Open Banking, Imran Gulamhuseinwala, says just one of the big technology giants has shown an interest in open banking, while also sharing an update on consumer uptake of new services

How the Bank of England is modernising its systems for the future

The Bank of England's outgoing governor Mark Carney is looking to leave behind a more modern bank from a technology perspective, setting it up to leverage AI, automation and open APIs

Six months in, how is Qualtrics fitting in at SAP?

Now that the experience data specialist is part of SAP we can start to ask: who are the ideal customers and how do they start to leverage the combined strengths of the two software vendors?

New Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian lays out his vision for the vendor

This week at Google Cloud Next was many people's first chance to get a read on the new boss as he laid out his vision for the vendor to be an open and flexible digital transformation platform

Everything you need to know about Google Cloud Anthos

Google Cloud is the latest public cloud vendor to meet customers desire to run workloads both on premise and in the cloud, but with Anthos it also allows customers to move between its rival clouds

SAP CEO addresses all staff after another high-profile executive exit last week

SAP CEO Bill McDermott addressed all staff after the head of the vendor's cloud business group resigned last week amidst growing concerns over the loss of key leadership at the company

ITV turns to Google to as part of personalisation drive for its on-demand Hub

After a massive summer for live TV, the broadcaster has shifted to a Google Cloud stack for its operational analytics, and is now looking to leverage the vendor to better personalise its services and retain more viewers

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