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The special effect of desktop-as-a-service to the monster makers at Jellyfish Pictures This article is sponsored by:

The space and power needed to run a fleet of high-end professional workstations was cramping Jellyfish’s style - so the London-based visual special effects (VFX) company decided to try a new, cloud-based approach.

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Notonthehighstreet.com has global shoppers in sight with move to hybrid cloud This article is sponsored by:

IT director Yoann Martin explained how the rapidly growing online retailer is in the process of breaking up its application to prepare for expansion with a virtualised environment.

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Optical character recognition takes root in the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh's digital archive This article is sponsored by:

Capturing digital images of plant specimens and presenting them online offers a new and better way to achieve broad accessibility for botanists worldwide.

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dunnhumby aims for vanilla in preparation for full Oracle cloud rollout This article is sponsored by:

The 'customer science' company spends its time analysing customer data for the likes of Tesco, Coca-Cola and Macy's and is currently planning a huge change management programme.

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London gives Uber green light – but should we really let it skirt around regulation? This article is sponsored by:

Transport for London has said that it doesn't believe that Uber is currently breaking the law and that it will not be taking any action against the disruptive application.

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Why talent management is a matter of life and death for kids charity Plan International This article is sponsored by:

For Plan International, talent management is about performance, but it could also be the difference between life and death for the children the charity seeks to help.

 

 

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Domino's Pizza doesn't use mobile as just another sales channel. It's a branding tool. This article is sponsored by:

Nick Dutch, head of digital at Domino's, was speaking this week at the Marketing Week Live conference where he explained how the company is trying to get consumers to not just buy via mobile, but to also interact with the brand.

 

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Digital pioneers house luxury e-commerce on La Prairie This article is sponsored by:

It’s a dilemma faced by many luxury brands, including La Prairie: how can they deliver the same high-end experience and personalised service online that customers get when they buy their product in an exclusive department store?

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