Tom Kaneshige


Tom Kaneshige is a reporter covering digital business transformation, big data, AI, marketing tech and the Internet of Things for line-of-business executives. He is based in Silicon Valley. 

Zero One: Digital Transformation Comes to College Campuses 1
Companies and colleges can learn from each other about attracting digital natives, a Logicalis executive says.
Zero One: How Companies Buy Tech
The rise of line-of-business executives as tech power brokers has created chaos in the tech buying process.
Zero One: Channel Unleashes Data Products
Most companies have a data cache that can be turned into cash with a little help from the channel.
Zero One: Company Culture Derails Digital Transformation 1
Companies haven’t done a good job overcoming the biggest hurdle to digital transformation, says Capgemini Consulting.
Zero One: Why Companies Fail with Data
Customer-centric companies tapping the power of data grow revenue much faster than their competitors that can’t.
Zero One: I Pray You, Remember the CIO
While channel companies need to pitch line-of-business executives, the CIO still wields tremendous purchasing power over consulting and integration services.
Zero One: Cross-Training in Digital Transformation
Wooing customers in the digital world is a lot like getting them to the gym, Cisco executives say.
Zero One: 11 Highest Paying Tech Jobs in U.S. for 2017
Glassdoor and LinkedIn report big paychecks for tech workers.
Zero One: CIO Disruption and the Rise of AI
A Brocade study sheds light on the changing face of IT, with artificial intelligence emerging as a crucial skill set.
Zero One: Digital Transformation Begins with Employees
Too many companies falsely claim their employees prioritize the customer experience.
Zero One: Digital Transformation Growing Pains
Upending old ways will cause some people to push back, Pitney Bowes learned.
Zero One: United Airlines Puts Customer Experience to the Test
Thanks to mobile cameras and social networks, customers wield tremendous power over who they should be giving their money to and how they want to be treated – which United is learning the hard way.
Zero One: Betting on Big Data
Pitney Bowes has built a portfolio of location-based data products that help companies make better business decisions.
Zero One: CX Expert Taps the Power of Sci-Fi
A self-proclaimed “digital humanist” and sci-fi geek brings tech and business people together to design the new customer experience.
Zero One: Digital Transformation Is Big
It’s better to climb aboard digital transformation quickly before a disruptive competitor takes a mortal bite out of your business.
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