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Collaborate, upgrade, suck less This article is sponsored by:

Running a business web property? Considering a major upgrade? Collaboration with users will reap tremendous dividends. It helps if you have good relationships with providers but then some are better than others. Here's what we learned following a major upgrade.

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Google faces UK deadline to clean up on privacy This article is sponsored by:

Google has been playing fast and loose with privacy  for a very long time. Now, UK regulators have set a deadline of 30the September for Google to deliver on tis 2008 transparency promise. So far, there is no sign it plans to conform.

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Cool bananas! Trading in clouds. This article is sponsored by:

Clouds are just bananas really. Or so reckons Michael Osterloh, a member of the board of the Deutsche Börse Cloud Exchange (DBCE), a joint venture formed by the German stock exchange with Berlin-based Zimory GmbH.

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Cat among the government IT pigeons This article is sponsored by:

Since the Coalition government  took power in the UK in 2010, there's been a new swear word in Whitehall ICT circles - oligopoly. Now the Office of Fair Trading is poking its nose in. This should be fun.

 

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Taming the nexus with Platform 3.0 This article is sponsored by:

It's time to start thinking about architectural standards for the converging forces of cloud, mobile, social, Internet of Things and big data analytics, according to TOGAF creator The Open Group

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Avoiding b2b content marketing pitfalls This article is sponsored by:

Much of the resistance enterprise marketers face comes from being immersed for dangerously long periods in their gobsmackingly wonderful product technology. Here's a take on how to avoid that, backed up by survey data from a new content marketing report.

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The myth of buying on benefits This article is sponsored by:

Have buying priorities changed? Salesforce.com thinks so. They talk about outcomes rather than features and benefits. It sounds like a powerful argument but does it hold up?

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