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On Machiavelli, SAP and Fiori This article is sponsored by:

The launch of SAP Fiori set off plenty of chatter in blogs and Twitter. There was a lot of confusion and discussion around pricing topics. As always with SAP, life is never that simple. There's a lot to understand.

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Nike's world class service This article is sponsored by:

World class service often appears to be a myth. Yet some companies are getting it right, leveraging digital channels and benefitting accordingly. More important, customers are the recipients of a consistent and pleasant service. Nike is in that class.

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Email is not dying This article is sponsored by:

There's many a rumor that email is dead. Nothing could be further from the truth. But is there a good way to collaborate with team members while not sacrificing the utility of email? Right now that seems much harder than it looks.

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Serving up fresh analytics every day This article is sponsored by:

Enterprise analytics is a fast-growing market, as users demand up-to-the-minute data presented visually in context. But in their rush to consume fresh daily data, they may overlook the need for proper preparation of the data before serving.

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Will Yahoo come Tumblr-ing down? This article is sponsored by:

Silicon Valley's worst kept secret ever will be confirmed later today when Yahoo announces a buyout of Tumblr. But is this just a PR gesture towards the achingly cool or a thought-through business play by Marissa Mayer?

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Last week in tech This article is sponsored by:

Here is my somewhat cheeky look at what was interesting and entertaining last week in the wonderful world of technology. In this episode we're talking SAPPHIRE v SuiteWorld and about Google not paying its taxes in the right place - allegedly.

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Cloud SIs do it differently This article is sponsored by:

Global SIs have established relationships with enterprises that make them preferred partners for most projects. But cloud implementations may require a different approach that specialist cloud SIs are better equipped to deliver.

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ICAEW flubs cloud case This article is sponsored by:

The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) has flubbed its understanding of cloud - big time. In a report entitled: The Business Case for Cloud (restricted distribution), author Chris Tiernan, managing partner of Grosvenor Consultancy Services makes a number of assertions that are perplexing at many levels.

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