Marc Ambasna-Jones

Marc Ambasna-Jones is a UK-based freelance writer and media consultant and has been writing about business and technology since 1989.

AI, cloud, 5G and the future of work? Top tips for post-pandemic business recovery

Business Management

AI, cloud, 5G and the future of work? Top tips for post-pandemic business recovery

Experts give their views on what businesses need to think about in the coming months, to not just survive but compete.

Be a phoenix. Wake-up, re-invent or fall foul of disruption

Business Management

Be a phoenix. Wake-up, re-invent or fall foul of disruption

Pivot, reinvent, phoenix - whatever you call it, enterprises need to move with the times or face disruption and extinction. How do businesses stay fresh and keep...

We need to talk about ethics: AI data and the challenge of frameworks

Artificial Intelligence

We need to talk about ethics: AI data and the challenge of frameworks

What should enterprises do with AI data? And what would a framework for corporations to manage bias in data look like?

How to win friends - can using social tools really stimulate productivity at work?

Workforce Planning and Management

How to win friends - can using social tools really stimulate productivity at work?

Social media is supposed to undermine productivity not enable it, so can social tools really make a positive difference to the workplace?

End of an era - why IFS chief Darren Roos thinks the time is right for ERP disruption

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

End of an era - why IFS chief Darren Roos thinks the time is right for ERP disruption

Darren Roos, CEO of enterprise software firm IFS, discusses if we reached a point at which the Oracles and SAPs are in danger of losing market share.

Future of work myths

Business Management

Future of work myths

We're so busy talking about tomorrow, we're almost forgetting about today

AI ethics and the business of trust

Artificial Intelligence

AI ethics and the business of trust

Following on from our consideration of ethical AI last year we look at the more recent developments and potential legislation.

AI is starting to drive survival of the fastest

Artificial Intelligence

AI is starting to drive survival of the fastest

Chetan Dube, founder and CEO of IPSoft believes businesses will live or die by AI adoption

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