Employers expect to make up for pandemic-driven hiring freezes this year, according to a new global survey, but will struggle to fill new roles.
As an open source developer corrupts his own software, crippling thousands of projects, should businesses be relying on free code?
Attacks targeting open source code libraries used by thousands of developers have increased exponentially since last year.
Professional services must embrace automation to tackle the complexity that comes with business growth. Discover which performance indicators they should be paying the most attention.
Fast growth for SaaS companies requires rapid decision-making based on the right information – but what is that and where should you look for it at each stage of your growth?
Guest author Craig Dale, chief executive at UK & Ireland SAP User Group (UKISUG), looks ahead to its annual user conference later this month.
As telecoms companies look to a future in the cloud, Nokia's new subscription service may help it cash in on this growing trend.
More than 73 million developers across the globe are now using the code-sharing platform.
Kevin Antao, CIO of human rights charity Amnesty International, shares his lessons from rolling out Microsoft’s ERP in challenging circumstances.
When a positive Covid-19 test prevented the England cricket team from playing, a low-code application helped the England and Wales Cricket Board select a new squad in a matter of hours.
Cloud was cited as one of the overriding investment priorities in Tech Monitor’s Technology Leaders Agenda 2021, with migration a top business priority. Srinivasan Panchapakesan of report partner Hexaware discusses how attitudes to the possibilities of the cloud are evolving.
Buying Five9 gives Zoom a way into the rapidly changing contact centre market, where cloud communications companies see the next big opportunity.
Low-code systems promise to transfer the power of programming from developers to everyday staff. AI tools could help speed up this transition.