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The 2022 enterprise software un-predictions This article is sponsored by:

The tech soothsayers, prognosticators, and growth ninjas are at it again - but so are we. If you're fed up with vacuous tech predictions, Jon and Brian serve your revenge piping hot, via the ultimate NFT: the annual un-predictions.


Enterprise hits and misses - Google pushes back return-to-office as Omicron looms, hybrid events return, and AWS re:Invents (kinda) This article is sponsored by:

This week - AWS re:Invent gets a critical review as the keynotes shuffle. As Omicron raises new pandemic questions, Google pushes back return-to-office. Will hybrid events gain steam? Your whiffs get meta, and crypto gets mutable.


Innovate into a new idea of work with the 4Ws framework This article is sponsored by: salesforce-sidebar

The future of work has to be flexible to succeed. In the first of this three-parter for Salesforce, Karen Mangia and Mack Fogelson outline the 4Ws - the four ways individuals and organizations can make the move toward innovation, autonomy and choice to free up flexibility.

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Inside the Catena-X automotive industry consortium - the biggest story SAP isn't talking about (yet) This article is sponsored by:

A mysterious spring press release sparked my interest in SAP's low-profile automotive alliance, known as Catena-X. In this diginomica exclusive, we share an update on Catena-X. Could this automotive consortium, built on open standards, achieve a new model for industry collaboration?

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International Day of Persons with Disabilities - how the tech sector can do a better job of recruiting disabled talent This article is sponsored by:

After exploring the difficulties that people with disabilities face in finding employment in the first of our two-part series, the focus shifts to what employers can do to better recruit and retain them.


International Day of Persons with Disabilities - why the tech sector has a lot of work to do to level up This article is sponsored by:

In the first of this two-part series of features to mark the United Nation’s International Day of Persons with Disabilities, we explore what the employment situation is like for disabled people in the tech sector.

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