The experience of this University of South Florida research organization shows that moving ERP data to the cloud takes careful planning, but the shift brings big benefits.
UK follows Australia in clamping down on US facial recognition firm Clearview AI with £17 million data privacy fine
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SMBs have cloud needs too. As re:Invent gears up, what should AWS be doing to service this under-served market?
Live in nine countries and covering 50 million customers, french retail giant Carrefour’s new system aims to benefit both the supply chain and its CPG partners
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The not-for-profit humanitarian organization has adopted a cloud-based ERP platform from Unit4 to integrate its people and its data.