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The construction industry has a talent problem - can modern software change that? Sage's Dustin Stephens weighs in This article is sponsored by:

Construction and real estate is not an industry for the risk-averse; skilled labor shortages add to the risk factors. But a different type of construction software has emerged. Modernization isn't easy - but are the payoffs real? Here's my discussion with Sage's Dustin Stephens.

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SAP Sapphire 2024 hot topic preview - getting real about RISE, cloud, and innovation with SAP's Jan Gilg This article is sponsored by:

SAP Sapphire is about to kick off - and AI is surely on the keynote menu. But for many SAP ERP customers, the know-how (and business case) for S/4HANA migrations is a huge topic; welcome to the RISE and cloud innovation debate. In this diginomica exclusive, SAP's Jan Gilg shares candid views on SAP's cloud evolution - and where we go from here.

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Enterprise hits and misses - ERP buyers grapple with the AI platform blitz, cloud vendors take their AI dividend, and spring events roll on This article is sponsored by:

This week - ERP is changing - and buyers must now grapple with AI and platform superlatives. Cloud vendors have found their AI rejuvenation, but will the ROI-on-AI be contagious? Qualtrics, Atlassian and Appian user events are in the books, with more on deck this week. As always, your whiffs.

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Enterprise hits and misses - robotics and gen AI converge, the FTC shakes up non-competes, and AI projects need critical thinkers This article is sponsored by:

This week - robotics and generative AI converge, but what breakthroughs are needed? The FTC issues a landmark non-compete policy change, and IBM wants to buy Hashicorp, and enterprises need to rethink AI model sizes. Plus: your whiffs.

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Enterprise hits and misses - gen AI do's and don'ts are revealed, Salesforce - Informatica speculation tweaks pundits, and AI bots whiff This article is sponsored by:

This week - generative AI do's and don'ts put project lessons into focus. Salesforce acquiring Informatica seems unlikely, but the speculation brings AI data issues to a head. Your whiffs include the the Humane AI Pin, even though it looks spiff.

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Enterprise hits and misses - the impact of the SEC's ESG policies gets scrutinized, the EU AI Act is official, and TikTok's future sparks debate This article is sponsored by:

This week - AI gets the sexy headlines, but enterprises shouldn't sleep on ESG. The EU AI is now official, but how should digital leaders respond? The potential TikTok ban raises bigger questions, and McDonald's tech failure whiffs.

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