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Has large enterprise cloud ERP adoption finally turned a corner? Inside the Oracle Cloud ERP Virtual Summit This article is sponsored by:

Oracle has been making big noise about cloud ERP adoption in the large enterprise. After the Oracle Cloud ERP Virtual Summit, I took a closer look at their views.

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13 essential actions for creating an extraordinary employee experience This article is sponsored by: Unit4 logo with tagline 250x150px

This year, the challenge of retaining employees is more important than ever. How can employers create a working environment that’s so great people simply won’t want to leave? Michel Visser of Unit4 shares practical ideas.

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conXion 2021 - Standard Bank steers fleet services away from mainframe towards digital with Software AG This article is sponsored by: conXion 2021 logo © Software AG

Standard Bank has integrated its mainframe into a new digital business platform using API technology from Software AG.

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Why Appian bought Lana Labs – to get workflows right quicker This article is sponsored by:

Berlin-based Lana Labs has made a name for itself in the world of Process Mining, which has prompted low-code workflow specialist Appian to spot its potential to be the alter ego, the second half of a complementary pair with its own, growing workflow tools.

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Three quick book reviews (or what I want Santa to bring me) This article is sponsored by:

A no-travel pandemic means I have a lot of extra time to read books. Here are his reviews of three that have recently crossed his desk. One looks at AI and Hiring, another at Digital Disrupters, and, the third describes the kind of managers all firms should have.

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Data must flow in the digital economy, but the UN and Salesforce have issued separate warnings that there's a problem here... This article is sponsored by:

The global digital economy needs data to flow freely across borders, but at a time of great need, G20 countries are leaning towards ever more restrictive data sovereignty regimes. Something's got to change...

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Enterprise hits and misses - HR execs grapple with the AI tech surge, post-pandemic IT takes shape, and retailers get a gut check This article is sponsored by:

This week - HR leaders grapple with the surge of AI tech. Retailers get a pre-holiday gut check, starting with Bed, Bath & Beyond. A standout enterprise blogging week gives me plenty to sort, from the dangers of silos to the democratization of tech buyers. Neiman Marcus gets a breach - and a whiff.

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Monday morning moan - when Apple online delivers nothing but misery (with a bit of help from 'Bryan With A Bike') This article is sponsored by:

For the love of Jobs, what the hell is Apple thinking about when it comes to fulfilling online orders? Not much, it seems. Brace yourself for a tale of CRM gone wrong, e-commerce ineptitude and the mysterious role of Bryan With A Bike.

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