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Enterprise hits and misses - AI hype vs real world use cases, enterprise earnings face headwinds, and buyers get a new BS detector This article is sponsored by:

This week - earnings reports are in, but so are layoffs. What conclusions can we draw? Generative AI hype has reached a fever pitch, but where are today's use cases? The Metaverse and NFTs get fresh analysis, and we polish our collective BS detectors.

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Enterprise hits and misses - Davos provokes debates it can't solve, and IT spending gets a consumer tech buzzkill This article is sponsored by:

This week - Davos stoked the fires of essential tech debates - now we have to solve them. Enterprise tech spending forecasts are still up, but downgraded by consumer tech woes (and layoffs). Can next-gen tech overcome practical (budget) barriers? Your whiffs include... pet fish abusing credit cards.

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Enterprise hits and misses - retailers face the 2023 omni-challenge, ChatGPT owns the hype cycle, and the autonomous enterprise gets new buzzwords This article is sponsored by:

This week - retailers ace the holiday exam, but tougher omni-tests are coming in 2023. ChatGPT hype has reached fever pitch - context is needed. And: FAA's fail keeps the IT failures and legacy tech conversation on the front burner.

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Enterprise hits and misses - tech layoffs harsh the holiday buzz, Southwest trips on technical debt, and ChatGPT rides the hype cycle This article is sponsored by:

This week - we charge out of the gates with a macro-economic enterprise wake up call. Southwest grabs the IT failure headlines - will technical debt force 2023 IT spend? HR leadership gets tough love, CES gets a worst-of-show tribute, and I crash the ChatGPT hype festival.

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Enterprise hits and misses - AI adoption gets scrutinized, enterprise tech faces the headwinds, and ChatGTP freaks people out This article is sponsored by:

This week - AI adoption hits higher levels, but has ethics kept up? Enterprise vendors face the economic headwinds, with mixed results. ChatGPT provokes AI hyperbole, but the threat may be real. I concede an interesting blockchain use case, and go viral for the wrong reasons.

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The 2023 enterprise software un-predictions This article is sponsored by:

It's a tradition nobody asked for. Once again, Jon and Brian put on their hyper-sensors, dust off their 5G-enabled crystal balls, and give you the only future-proof predictions in the enterprise.

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Enterprise hits and misses - Cyber Monday rocks (kind of), Salesforce shakes it up, and enterprise blockchain stumbles This article is sponsored by:

This week - Cyber Monday brings decent numbers, but not globally. Salesforce has a quarter to remember, with Bret Taylor out. AWS re:Invent is in the books, but I'm waiting on good analysis. Enterprise blockchain hits snags, and I go off - on that and the Metaverse.

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Enterprise hits and misses - Retailers hit Black Friday numbers, DevOps gets quantified, and AI projects get real This article is sponsored by:

This week - retailers get a pretty decent Black Friday, but questions linger. AI projects get a reality check, as data on ROI and employee buy-in rolls in. DevOps isn't easy, and neither are open source language models (just ask Meta). As always, your weekly whiffs.

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Enterprise hits and misses - Retailers' pre-holiday news is problematic, Amazon's layoffs wake up Alexa, and low-code gets a reality check This article is sponsored by:

This week - Walmart and Target issue mixed earning news - where does consumer sentiment lie? Amazon's pending layoffs are another wake up call, and Alexa teams are impacted. Flexible work data is complicated, as is low-code adoption. Your whiffs include Web3 vinegar from yours truly.

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Enterprise hits and misses - AI adoption gets debated, crypto gets an FTX shakeup, and event season rolls on This article is sponsored by:

This week - responsible AI gets an Intel boost, but where are we with ethics versus adoption? Crypto grabs tech headlines for the wrong reasons - bad times at FTX. Event season rolls on - diginomica has your news and views. Whiffs are easy thanks to Twitter.

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Enterprise hits and misses - employee engagement versus tech layoffs, marketers versus data needs, and social media dreams die hard This article is sponsored by:

This week - tech layoffs keep the "employee engagement" hype in check. Developments at Meta and Twitter expose social media fault lines. Marketers struggle with their need for 1st party data, and enterprise vendors hold up (mostly) against the macro-economy. As always, your whiffs.

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Enterprise hits and misses - big tech stocks falter, enterprise tech holds on, and Twitter moves into bizarro world This article is sponsored by:

This week - big tech stocks get spanked, but enterprise tech bellwethers hold strong. AI for hiring gets scrutinized, while Twitter gets strange. But will Musk's Twitter be brand-friendly? And where will B2B pros go for their social fix?

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Enterprise hits and misses - cloud costs get scrutiny, B2B brands meet TikTok, and workplace learning needs a rethink This article is sponsored by:

This week - cloud costs get a hard look, thanks to a viral blog post. B2B brands face the TikTok challenge, learning management systems stink, and a diginomica colleague stokes my metaverse ire.

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