From today's smorgasbord:
Anyone who has created content knows its hard work so imagine our chagrin to find that DynamicsFocus is stealing our and other publishers' content. Here's the story and this is the site.
And here's Stuart's opinion about the person in question:
Well, I got a reply from our content thief. It's not an apology, Opens with "Hey Jackass", goes on to complain about "badgering" about "the stupid articles". Not a shred of repentance, just that he'll take the"stupid articles" down. @alexscroxton @bryanglick @ldignan @bobevansIT
— Stuart Lauchlan (@WhoStu) April 11, 2019
Diginomica Episode #59 - SuccessFactors success, NetSuite wrap and colorful insights with Blue Prism
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...and of course, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is never far from our thoughts:
Phil Wainewright gets up close and personal with Tom Keiser, COO Zendesk in a wide-ranging discussion about the world of in-store retail technology, the challenges some firms experience and how this dovetails to XaaS.
Apologies for being so slow this week - it's been one of those weeks where project mayhem got in the way of just about everything else.
Anyhoo - better late than never and here's what we have for you today:
Phil and Jason shoot the breeze on all things digital, XaaS etc while puncturing myths about blockchain, chatbots and other esoteric technologies too numerous to mention.
It's been quite a while since I spoke with James Norwood, EVP episerver, a firm that has been quietly building a reputation as a CMS platform for building digital experiences. The company is doing well and is now under new ownership with growth as its mandate. In this conversation we talk omni-channel and personalization.
Diginomica Episode #54 - AI burgers with McDonalds, more Graph database users and Adobe Summit analysis.
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Here's the links for today's stories - enjoy:
On today's show Oracle Cloud, Subscription Economics and Internet Regulation.