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The evolution of the asset - why connected industrial equipment is crucial This article is sponsored by: ServiceMaxLogo-PrimaryBlueGreen

The pandemic exposed the inefficiencies that can arise from legacy equipment and a lack of asset connectivity. ServiceMax's Sumair Dutta explains what organizations need to do to realize real value from their services.

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Enterprise hits and misses - Zoom slows, AI surges, return-to-office hits another pandemic snag, and Black Friday underwhelms This article is sponsored by:

This week - Zoom's growth slows, but what does it mean? Black Friday's online sales underwhelm, but for retailers, it's far from over. Return-to-office hits an Omicron variant snag, and another debate. Your whiffs include: the divisive phenomenon of robots reading AI poetry.

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Carrefour offers brands new, safe ways of accessing its customer data This article is sponsored by:

Live in nine countries and covering 50 million customers, french retail giant Carrefour’s new system aims to benefit both the supply chain and its CPG partners

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Will Slack's new workflow automation tools spawn a new generation of Slack-native ISVs? This article is sponsored by:

The new workflow automation tools announced at Slack Frontiers last week could lead to a new generation of killer apps built on Slack - but it'll take time.

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Oxfam America takes to the cloud to break down silos and be more agile This article is sponsored by: X4U_Signature_Vertical_RGB.png

The not-for-profit humanitarian organization has adopted a cloud-based ERP platform from Unit4 to integrate its people and its data.

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Using low code to improve Change Grow Live’s drug and alcohol support services This article is sponsored by:

UK’s largest provider of drug and alcohol support services says use of Alteryx software has hugely improve its ‘speed-to-decision’ for service user support

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UK, Ireland score regulatory wins against Google, WhatsApp - will US follow with privacy action? This article is sponsored by:

There's an appetite for US Federal Government action around privacy legislation among voters. Meanwhile across The Pond, regulators are taking action to tame Big Tech.

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ThoughtSpot CEO - ‘rewarding people that use complex data for job security is a sign your company will fail’ This article is sponsored by:

CEO Sudheesh Nair is not one to hold back on the topic of dashboards and traditional BI tools. ThoughtSpot believes data democratization is essential for future success.

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