How retailers are using social to reach Gen…

The fragmentation of the media landscape and changing shopping habits have forced retailers to tear up old marketing models and dive into social. Generation Z, defined as consumers born between 1995 and 2009, is looming…

Do non-compete clauses risk stifling cloud innovation?

The fact that hairdressers feature highly on the list of professions frequently sued for breaching non-compete clauses neatly illustrates the wide variety of industries affected by restrictive covenants that effectively ban employees from seeking work…

OVH rebrand signals renewed push to become Europe’s…

French infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) provider OVH is marking its 20th year in business with a corporate rebrand, as it pursues greater enterprise market traction outside of its home country, while capitalising on its position as one…

All change: How big data could shake up…

As digitisation continues to take hold within enterprises, and business data grows in value accordingly, the next 10 years could make it necessary for enterprises to drastically shake up their hosting and cloud arrangements, it…

Hype vs reality: Is the tech industry on…

End-users should be wary of getting too caught up in the industry hype surrounding artificial intelligence (AI), because history suggests it could be relatively short-lived, warns Stanford professor and tech investor David Sheriton. During a…

Deutsche Bank to set up innovation division to drive digital transformation

Deutsche Bank to set up innovation division to…

German investment banking giant Deutsche Bank is opening a division focused on innovation as part of its plan to digitise all business operations. More details have emerged about the new technology plans, which first became…