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Let's not get ahead of ourselves! Balancing the bleeding edge with practical adoption remains a huge enterprise tech challenge This article is sponsored by:

AI, ChatGPT, the Metaverse - the future's bright...but is the enterprise tech buy side ready to adopt?

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British Government complacent about growth opportunity of creative industries and is ignoring digital impact This article is sponsored by:

Global exports of creative services exceeded $1 trillion in 2020. And yet the British Government seems worryingly quiet about fostering creative sectors in the UK. Not only this, but it seems ignorant to the changes occurring at the intersection of creative fields and digital technologies…

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Trim the long tail This article is sponsored by: salesforce-sidebar

Peter Coffee of Salesforce explains why number-crunching needs to look beyond budget snipping and explore simplifying the vast array of applications enterprises use.

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2022 - the year in Partner Commentary This article is sponsored by:

Across 2022, diginomica's partner ecosystem has added yet more commentary and analysis. Here's a selection of the best.

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Next Chapter - offering former inmates a path to tech career with software engineering apprenticeship This article is sponsored by:

“We've come up with a thousand ways to make sure a plastic bottle gets a new life, but far too few to make sure someone leaving incarceration does.”

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Tackling the skills shortage via equal opportunities - Salesforce shares out $5 million to open up careers to marginalized groups This article is sponsored by:

Salesforce VP of Philanthropy Ron Smith explains how the cloud giant is targeting groups furthest from access to a tech career.

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McKinsey - AI adoption is leveling off, but AI leaders are pulling ahead This article is sponsored by:

McKinsey’s State of AI in 2022 report highlights how diversity is lacking in many AI teams, but those with greater diversity perform better.

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Salesforce delivers solid Q3, but co-CEO Bret Taylor's resignation steals the spotlight This article is sponsored by:

Bret Taylor is going back to his entrepreneurial roots, but what does that mean for Salesforce's direction in a turbulent economic climate?

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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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British Government department DEFRA finds NextGen talent with ServiceNow skills programme This article is sponsored by:

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) was struggling to compete with the private sector to attract ServiceNow talent - so it decided it would help train the next generation of talent.

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