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Salesforce's Rob Acker - open source NonProfit Success Pack for third sector organizations is "alive and well and staying" This article is sponsored by:

As the CRM giant looks to grow its non-profit business, the head of its philanthropic arm restates its commitment to the open source NonProfit Success Pack.

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GitHub Universe – the elephant in the room for open source is called 'going commercial' This article is sponsored by:

Considering the wider issues around taking open source software commercial at time when it is rapidly becoming the mainstay of cloud just as cloud becomes the mainstay of business

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What you can learn from your library about Data-as-a-Service This article is sponsored by: MongoDB logo 250x150 trans

Eric Holzhauer, Director, Strategy & Product Marketing, MongoDB, explains how Data-as-a-Service means access to data on demand for the people that need it. If public libraries can do it, why not in the enterprise?

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Under the hood of Staples' build-over-buy CX transformation - a Couchbase microservices story This article is sponsored by:

We hear an awful lot about "transforming customer experience" these days, but it's rare to get a look under the architectural hood. In this diginomica exclusive, I share what I learned from Staples' CX push - and how Couchbase and microservices tie in.

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‘Streaming data, but screaming staff!’ - Ciena turns to Graph to solve customer issues This article is sponsored by:

Problem-solvers like technology consultants often use a metaphor of a problem having a distinctive ‘signature’. What if there was a technology that was really good at letting you write down such ‘signatures’?

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