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Workday and SAP - poll results This article is sponsored by:

Results are in a month after we launched a simple poll on perceptions of SAP and Workday delivering to customer need. Workday was noted out in front but a significant margin. What can we learn from these results?

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Universal Credit to benefit from digital assistance? This article is sponsored by:

Universal Credit might revolutionise the UK social benefits system, but there are technology barriers in the way. Can digital services ride to the rescue? The price of failure is horribly high.

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Why mobile apps are staying native This article is sponsored by:

Browser-based apps remain the poor cousin on mobile platforms, even in the HTML5 era. Physical limitations at a technology level mean that native apps will retain a huge performance advantage for years to come.

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Enterprise hits and misses - July 14 This article is sponsored by:

Jon's cheeky end-of-weekly on which articles hit (or didn’t) on diginomica and beyond - for the week ending June 12, 2013.

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Weekend humor: everything counts This article is sponsored by:

Depeche Mode are one of my SAPper favorite bands. We've lobbied for them to appear at one of the TechEds to no avail. You have to wonder where those affinities come from. Here are some clues.

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ICAEW: the professional body digital This article is sponsored by:

Five years after launching an online community to interact with its members and the public, the professional association for accountants in England and Wales reviews the impact.

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Digital health for a divided digital nation This article is sponsored by:

The NHS in the UK is 65 years old. If it is to survive for another 65 years, a digital revolution is needed. But where are the digital skills needed, both within and outside of the health service.

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Google redefines irony This article is sponsored by:

Google reminds us that it offers an 'incognito' option where browsing using Chrome. It has much to lose but is this enough?

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Authenticity is The New Bullshit This article is sponsored by:

Authenticity is something many talk about but few deliver. Why? Maybe they're not concentrating on the real job - to suck less. That's the subtext of Hugh MacLeod's latest book. It will suck about 90 minutes out of your life that you won't get back. It might change your life in the process. The choice is yours.

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Enterprise mobility - thriving or sputtering? This article is sponsored by:

Since I last wrote about the struggle of enterprise mobile storefronts, I’ve continued to grapple with the confusing state of enterprise mobility. To get some perspective, I went on the hunt for mobility studies that might make sense of the contradictions.

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