Blogs by

Paul Taylor

In the world of enterprise IT, navigating from ‘point A’ to ‘point B’ isn’t always easy – particularly when the journey is one of digital transformation that involves moving to the cloud, and when failure

Among the technologies and processes most closely associated with digital disruption and transformation, blockchain stands out as being both the least understood and the one with greatest potential to secure data and transactions that demand

In the ‘Rime of the Ancient Mariner,’ written in the late 18th century by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, an old and becalmed sailor, complains that there is “water, water every where, nor any (but not a)

In his debut book Malcolm Gladwell defines a tipping point as “the moment of critical mass, the threshold, the boiling point”. Colombia, which has experienced strong economic growth and reductions in poverty over the past

Political promises to ‘bring back’ well paid jobs in the manufacturing and others sectors are a cruel deception that ignore the realities of a global inter-connected economy. Instead, we should focus on the challenges and

Alvin Toffler — American writer and futurist— is usually cited as the originator of the quote: “The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write but those who cannot

In 1951 Britain’s J Lyons & Co commissioned the LEO 1 computer to solve the problem of production scheduling and delivery of cakes to the hundreds of Lyons tea shops around England. The LEO 1

SAP’s Steve Singh talks about his experience since SAP acquired Concur two plus years ago, his four software development principles and, in part II of this Tea For Two video interview, why diversity matters.

SAP has a unique opportunity to work with partners and harness the power of SAP’s cloud-based ERP technology for the benefit of small and medium sized businesses, says Julie Slocum Bennani, the recently recruited head

Enterprise Resource Planning – the core software that powers most large businesses – has reached a crucial tipping point. By 2020, industry analysts believe that four out of every 10 of large organizations will have