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Derek Klobucher

Scaling up your business can be a blessing or — without the right data — a curse. That’s because serving all of the customers you can handle doesn’t mean much if you can’t even tell

It’s already been a busy year for cybersecurity, as U.S. President Barack Obama warned NATO allies last weekend to closely monitor their impending elections for the kind of suspected Russian hacking that afflicted the latest

Bots are a great way for holiday shoppers to check off items from their wish lists while avoiding crowded stores and endless hold times on the phone. Bots are also a fantastic tool for the

Machine learning has a lot of potential to accelerate innovation and ease burdens on workers in finance and other industries. Despite a dark side for those same workers, this form of artificial intelligence (AI) —

Going after new markets often requires bold moves. Japanese computer game titan Nintendo is stretching out — yet again — in an effort to win new customers after unveiling its newest console, the Nintendo Switch.

You might want to take a mental snapshot of what insurance looks like, because children born today could make up first generation that won’t know what insurance is. That’s not because insurance won’t be a

High-tech freedom and flexibility are now crucial for an organization’s survival, according to SAP’s Bernd Leukert. Undergoing a digital transformation is a necessary first step, but getting stuck in a rigid mindset is as good

What differentiates you? Do your customers know? This week’s top 5 blog posts on SAP Business Trends examines the characteristics and ingredients of differentiation, the growth and profitability it enables, and how it can help

SAP’s Björn Goerke seemed to have no problem driving a heavily modified DeLorean DMC-12 onto the stage at SAP TechEd in Las Vegas — and that’s where he got it stuck Monday night. Just like

We all think about the future — even when we can’t help it. This week’s top 5 blog posts on SAP Business Trends looks into a crystal ball to see how we’ll live in a