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New HR tech is coming - along with new costs. What's an HR exec to do? This article is sponsored by:

New HR tools are cropping up in large numbers. Many are using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to parse data so that recruiting, HR and operations managers can make better hiring and promotion decisions. But, the way you implement these is different and so are the costs.

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Amplitude goes public - CEO interview This article is sponsored by:

Spenser Skates, 33-year-old CEO of a unicorn that goes public today, explains why the company opted for direct listing rather than IPO.

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Leaving no one behind - how the UK is thinking about data inclusivity This article is sponsored by:

The UK Statistics Authority last year put together an Inclusive Data Taskforce, which has now shared its recommendations for collecting complete and appropriate data for all groups.

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Redesigning the office for the future of work - how Salesforce and Nexthink are planning for the Vaccine Economy This article is sponsored by:

Office redesign is a booming business as employers repurpose their workplaces to cater to the changing demands of a hybrid working world.

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Four ways you can incorporate human-centric design into customer service This article is sponsored by: Freshworks logo

The best customer service is built around what your customers need, feel and think about your brand. Mukesh Mirchandani of Freshworks shares four ways to put customers first in platform design

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Tesla's Dojo supercomputer - sorting out fact from hype This article is sponsored by:

Tesla's Dojo supercomputer was announced with fanfare - and a specific use case in mind. But how does it stack up against other high-performance computers? Will Dojo constitute a step forward for the HPC industry, and for Tesla's own automotive AI pursuits?

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Map workforce skills for agility, retention and diversity, says Workday This article is sponsored by:

Workday talks up the role that its Skills Cloud, now in use at almost 1,000 organizations, can play in fostering agility, career development, retention, diversity, and much more

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Trusting data in motion - how Confluent is tackling data governance This article is sponsored by:

Data governance is difficult enough when it comes to static data sitting in databases. It’s even more challenging when that data is ‘in motion’ and real-time. Confluent knows it needs to help organizations get to grips with governance.

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Enterprise hits and misses - retailers grapple with the global supply chain, radical workplace flexibility gets a call-out, and Dreamforce 2021 is in the books This article is sponsored by:

This week - global supply chain instability has retailers scrambling, with holiday season bearing down. Radical workplace flexibility gets another advocate, and our Dreamforce 2021 coverage is ready whenever you are. Your whiffs include Apple's privacy gaffe, and the limits of AI music.

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A digital transformation status report - encouraging progress (unless you're in HR), according to Valoir's global study This article is sponsored by:

Digital transformation got a boost from the COVID crisis, but can it continue to happen at the pace of the past 18 months? A new global study from Valoir is encouraging, unless you work in HR

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Monday Morning Moan - why shouldn't the future of work be a professional gig economy? This article is sponsored by:

Company management is talking much more with its staff, but is the real problem that they are ‘staff’? Would a shift to the gig economy model set the relationship on a more professional footing?

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Extracting value from cloud ERP in a customer-first world - what should we be pushing for? This article is sponsored by:

The cloud ERP benefits debate doesn't go away - nor should it. Customers don't magically achieve business benefits by flipping the go-live switch. But in a customer-first era, is ERP even relevant? That's a good place to start this epic - which includes my updated ERP benefits stages.

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Dreamforce 2021 - back to the future with CTO Parker Harris This article is sponsored by:

Salesforce's CTO on the future of work, what Salesforce might do differently as a start-up today and what's next for Dreamforce.

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