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'I need to be more agile, more flexible. I need to get to the cloud’ - Workday co-CEO Aneel Bhusri on the post-pandemic CFO imperative This article is sponsored by:

The need for a modernized finance system at the heart of any organization has never been more obvious, says Bhusri.

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For John Snow Labs, doing good with NLP is in their DNA (and yours) This article is sponsored by:

Too often, the AI startup field comes off as a VC-funded money grab. But commercial NLP healthcare player John Snow Labs is doing things differently. Their Spark NLP open source library includes support for 375 languages. Here's why their approach stands out.

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Biden removes Trump's MAGA roadblock to a global Digital Services Tax, but we're not there yet... This article is sponsored by:

The prospect of a global Digital Services Tax proposal from the OECD is back on the table - and the US is back sitting at that same table. But we're not over the finishing line yet...

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Enterprise hits and misses - remote work versus HR compliance, humans versus service bots, and the U.S. 5G charade This article is sponsored by:

This week - the future of work-from-anywhere faces off against HR compliance and worker surveillance. Will (human) customer service reps make a comeback? And: a founding member of the diginomica team says "So long." Your whiffs include the 5G charade, and some very smart badgers.

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UK declares that the EU ‘does not hold the monopoly on data protection’ This article is sponsored by:

Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Oliver Dowden, states that the UK does not need to copy and paste the EU’s data protection rule book post-Brexit.

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New e-commerce taxes might help refill government coffers, but the knock-on effects are a lot more complicated - and dangerous This article is sponsored by:

The UK Government looks set to impose an online delivery tax on retailers to try to refill its COVID-wracked coffers, but it's a plan that could do more long term harm than good.

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Nonprofit finance in 2021 - setting the new course in the post-pandemic era This article is sponsored by: sage-intacct-logo

So this is 2021, and what have we learned? Joan Benson shares the highlights from Sage Intacct's latest research and practical findings that apply across profit and nonprofit alike

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