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Epicor CTO speaks out

Enterprise Times had the opportunity to talk to Himanshu Palsule, Chief Product and Technology Officer, Epicor at the recent Epicor Insights event in Nashville. We asked him about the decision to move...
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Jason Cohen, talks about WP Engine and WordPress

On a recent visit to the UK, Jason Cohen, Founder and CTO of WP Engine sat down with Enterprise Times to talk about the challenges of WordPress, hosting and website management. WP...
Jason McGee on IBM, Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes

Jason McGee on IBM, Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes

Jason McGee is the CTO of all things Platform as a Service at IBM Cloud. Among the products he looks after is IBM's Cloud Foundry distribution. IBM already has a range...
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On HR, GDPR, CRM at SuccessConnect

Enterprise Times spoke to Mark Brandau Vice President Solution Management, SAP SuccessFactors at SuccessConnect this week. In a wide-ranging discussion, we covered a gamut of subjects with the exception of blockchain. The recently...
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How do you achieve 98% customer satisfaction

At Workday Rising in Barcelona, ET spoke to Karen Minicozzi, Vice President, Pre-sales, Workday. Workday had just completed its annual survey and revealed a 98% customer satisfaction rating. We talked about how...
Dr Jill Strange talks about talent science

 Dr Jill Strange on the art of Talent Science

Employing and retaining the right people has never been harder. It is not just the battle to find the right people but making sure that those people fit the organisation. Even...
James Strachan talks Kubernetes, CI/CD and DevOps

James Strachan talks Kubernetes. CI/CD and DevOps

At the CNCF and KubeCon 18 conference Enterprise Times cornered James Strachan, Senior Architect at Cloudbees for a chat. We talked about the need to optimise CI/CD for Kubernetes. Strachan is excited...
Christian Koch on IOT and security

Christian Koch on the security challenges of IOT and OT

At the NTT Security University event in Germany, Christian Koch talked to Enterprise Times about the security challenges from IOT and OT. It is a challenge that is just as complex...
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Sacha Labourey on cloud, Kubernetes and Jenkins

At the DevOps World and Jenkins World conference, Enterprise Times caught up with Sacha Labourey, CEO, CloudBees. As Jenkins has grown, CloudBees has found itself supporting both on-premises and cloud-based solutions....
Michel Paulin, CEO, OVH on challenges to growth

Michel Paulin, CEO, OVH on challenges to growth

Michel Paulin joined OVH just a few months ago. His appointment is aimed at allowing OVH founder Octave Klaba, a chance to focus on the technical side of the business. Paulin...

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Kimble targets Australia with new team

Kimble Applications has announced the opening of a new office in Australia and the appointment of Steve Litsos as General Manager for the region....
Mihoko Matsubara talks about Cyber Security strategy at NTT 

Mihoko Matsubara talks about Cyber Security strategy at NTT

A cyber security strategy has to encompass the entire company. For many businesses, it is a fragmented set of policies, procedures and approaches that...
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Givex launches POS system in partnership with Brazil’s Ofner

Givex, a solution provider for gift card, voucher and loyalty services and Ofner, a traditional coffee chain in Brazil, announced a partnership in the...
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Why is empathic explainable AI so important ?

Peter van der Putten is the Director of Decisioning Systems at Pega Systems. Enterprise Times spoke to him during the PegaWorld conference where the...
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Deutsche Telekom and Software AG to create global Internet of Things platform

Deutsche Telekom and Software AG have announced a partnership to deliver Internet of Things (IoT) services on a global scale. Deutsche Telekom’s enterprise customer...
Matthew Gyde takes over at NTT Security

Matthew Gyde takes over at NTT Security

NTT Security has announced Matthew Gyde is its new Representative Director, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Gyde's previous job was as Group Executive...
Facebook gets derisory $5 billion fine

Facebook gets derisory $5 billion fine

The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has voted to fine Facebook US$5 billion. News of the fine came from the Wall Street Journal who...
BlackBerry goes threat hunting with CylanceGUARD

BlackBerry goes threat hunting with CylanceGUARD

BlackBerry has announced CylanceGUARD, the second new product from the security company it acquired earlier this year. CylanceGUARD is a Managed Detection and Response...
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New LastPass study finds 92% of businesses experience identity challenges

LastPass by LogMeIn today announced the results of a new study conducted by Vanson Bourne into the state of identity and access management (IAM). The report...
Amazon Alexa to dispense NHS advice

Amazon Alexa to dispense NHS advice

NHS England has signed a deal with Amazon to provide health information via its Alexa voice assistant. The deal is aimed at two groups....
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Worldpay partners with University of Cincinnati to help close skills gap

Worldpay Inc and the University of Cincinnati (UC) are on a mission to help fill a widespread skills gap, while creating career opportunities for...
Banks vulnerable to cyber attack

Banks vulnerable to cyber attack

Are the world's top 100 banks secure from cyber criminals and hackers? Based on the recent ImmuniWeb's State of Application Security at World's 100...
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Poor shipping experience turns off online shoppers says report

BigCommerce, has released a new report, Shipping, Delivered: Best Practices & Expectations for 2019. The study examined survey responses of 3,000 digital consumers and...
Marriott next in the ICO firing line

Marriott next in the ICO firing line

Having announced its intention to fine British Airways £183.39 million, the UK Information Commissioners Office has now turned its sights on Marriott International. It...