It’s almost a decade since a much-shared Harvard Business Review article declared data scientist the sexiest job of the 21st century. But is working with data still as novel or as exciting as it was then?
As of September 7, 2021, El Salvador will officially recognise Bitcoin as legal currency. This is a remarkable move, and one that will likely stimulate a huge amount of economic growth as Salvadoreans leapfrog from a largely cash-based society straight to a system characterised by the frictionless, finger-snap efficiency of digital currency.
The US-based workwear manufacturer has replaced its entire IT infrastructure, driving flexibility, agility and insight across its business
SAP’s Adaire Fox-Martin explains how social procurement could have orders of magnitude greater impact than corporate social responsibility programmes
A federal judge has temporarily blocked President Donald Trump’s executive order to ban WeChat over concerns the ban would threaten users’ first amendment rights
The software maker’s quarterly revenue exceeded analysts’ expectations, as remote working drove greater demand for its cloud-computing services
An incredible windfall of investment from the likes of Facebook and Google has put Jio, an Indian telecoms company, in the spotlight
SAP’s Daniel Schmid explains how businesses can better understand their carbon footprints in order to make the key changes needed to slow the rate of climate change
The Indian government takes aim at Chinese tech amid rising tensions between the two countries
Around the world, wildfires are becoming more frequent and more deadly. New technology can help us stop them before they get out of control
Kevin Mayer, the CEO of TikTok, quits following the Trump administration’s threat to ban the app
Shifting to a circular economic model has the potential to unlock $4.5trn in economic growth, says SAP’s Maggie Buggie