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Kenneth Cole's Tweeted fashion statement irks politically correct This article is sponsored by:

Fashion brand Kenneth Cole managed to get the politically correct banshees into something of a lather over a vaguely tasteless Tweet. Maybe there's a conspiracy to be found here?

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Enterprise app stores need to grow up This article is sponsored by:

The need for enterprise add ons is self evident. But the enterprise app stores seem far from chock full of exciting solutions. What's the problem? How can it be solved?

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Besties - ten diginomica pieces that stood the test of time This article is sponsored by:

Since we launched diginomica in May, we have published a healthy serving of enterprise content. Which posts have stood the test of time?

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IT was worse before - the Universal Credit defence? This article is sponsored by:

It was going wrong, but I've put things right - UK government minister Iain Duncan Smith defends progress on Universal Credit, but still points a finger at IT failures, past and present.

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Why big data breathes new life into health care This article is sponsored by: sap-rss_feed-100

Healthcare CIOs must feel ill some days at the office. The good news? Big data could help change that diagnoais. Irfan Kahn tells us why.

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Flora's social backlash spread over homophobic ad This article is sponsored by:

Someone at Flora's South African ad agency has an unfortunate sense of 'humour'. But what marketing lessons need to be learned from the Unilever brand's debacle?

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No credit for UK government universal benefits IT This article is sponsored by:

The UK government's flagship Universal Credit program is intended to be a shining example of its digital thinking in practice. But a new watchdog report seems to suggest more of the traditional bad old ways of working.

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Decomposing enterprises in the cloud This article is sponsored by:

Emerging cloud platforms will lead to traditional enterprises breaking down into on-demand clusters of composite services, Fujitsu believes

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Microsoft, Nokia - the one we all saw coming This article is sponsored by:

The coming together of Microsoft and Nokia has been predicted for so long that any element of surprise is gone, but does it bode well for buy-side choice?

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British Airways dinged by promoted Tweet - who cares? This article is sponsored by:

BA got publicly dinged by a promoted tweet complaining about the airline's service. I get why that happened but what lessons can be learned?

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