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Data lakes, data lakehouses and cloud data warehouses - which is real? This article is sponsored by:

Cloud data warehouses aren't trendy enough - now we evidently need data lakehouses as well. But how should enterprises sort these terms? And has the data lake outlived its usefulness?

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Enterprise hits and misses - taking stock of AI in retail, Black History Month's tech voices, and the COVID-19 data challenge This article is sponsored by:

This week - AI in retail gets realistic; Black History Month brings needed scrutiny to diversity in tech. COVID-19's data challenges get a tech boost, and Google makes enterprise moves. Your whiffs include Amazon's (lack of) employee experience, and my no-blockchain show rule.

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The Future of Work - one way to get the gig economy organised This article is sponsored by:

Having the necessary talents is one thing, but much of the gig economy is a sea of solo operators trying to sell themselves. There is a new opportunity here for talent brokers like California-based Braintrust, that can help pull together the big opportunity for those solo gigsters.

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Zendesk closes out 2020 as $1 billion turnover company; next step, $3 billion, says CEO Mikkel Svane This article is sponsored by:

It was a year of unprecedented conditions thanks to COVID, but for Zendesk, 2020 was the year a long-held goal was realised. Where to next?

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Ex-Oracle and Infor execs aim to disrupt private equity ‘through the lens of software’ This article is sponsored by:

Arcspring is a new private equity firm set up by some familiar names in the enterprise software industry, aiming to use their expertise to drive ‘value creation’.

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