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The Israel Innovation Authority is building a new quantum computing research center - what will the impact be? This article is sponsored by:

The Israel Innovation Authority recently announced plants to build a quantum computing research center. The center will be led by Israeli startup Quantum Machines. How will this impact the quantum computing field?

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UK regulator to probe market power of Amazon, Microsoft and Google - could lead to action This article is sponsored by:

Ofcom, the UK’s communications regulator, is examining the position of the hyperscale cloud providers to ‘ensure markets are working well for people and business’

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Does cloud ERP provide a hedge against economic uncertainty? Acumatica CEO John Case weighs in, as the R2 release comes out This article is sponsored by:

Acumatica's R2 release virtual event is tomorrow - time to speak to Acumatica's CEO about what's changed. That provokes the question: can cloud ERP help companies in an economic downturn? Let's dig in.

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Workday Rising 2022 - has Workday Extend arrived? Customers put Workday's SaaS extension platform to the app building test This article is sponsored by:

The emphasis on Workday Extend was hard to miss in Orlando. But is this truly a big Workday news story? If so, why? Will Workday's Extend technology open the door to new industry apps? Here's what I learned.

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Airbus aims to join up the data dots across its organization using Splunk This article is sponsored by:

European aerospace giant Airbus is in the process of moving its workloads to the public cloud, but is also enabling its employees to make smarter, faster decisions using a Splunk data platform.

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