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Enterprise hits and misses - enterprise LLMs heat up, holiday shoppers spend (online), and the return to office debate isn't over This article is sponsored by:

This week - enterprise LLMs heat up - and I file my first live gen AI use case. Holiday shopping numbers look good so far - at least from the online lens. Vendors file upbeat earnings, and return to office is declared... dead? And yes, the un-predictions are coming.


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'This is where we need to go to stay competitive' - Unum Insurance reveals how Workday Skills Cloud helps it excel on talent This article is sponsored by:

Want to excel on talent? Then you need to excel on skills. Want AI-powered skills recommendations? You're not doing that at scale without a skills ontology. This type of project used to be out of reach - not anymore. Lisa O'Brien of Unum Insurance shares its Workday Skills Cloud story.

Lisa O'Brien Unum, talking Workday Skill Cloud

Enterprise hits and misses - AWS and Google Cloud ride the headwinds, AI gets new regulatory pressure, and self-driving cars lose their "Cruise" control This article is sponsored by:

This week - AWS and Google Cloud earnings point to macro-economic turbulence - but can AI spending create a glass-half-full scenario? The future of work is hybrid, but real estate footprints aren't. AI pioneers issue an "urgent" call for regulations with the UK AI Safety Summit on deck. As always, your whiffs.


Enterprise hits and misses - AI sparks a no-collar work debate, HR tech week gets a critical review, and hybrid work disrupts real estate This article is sponsored by:

This week - AI is changing work, but are we headed to a no-collar work future? And: do we need an AI Bill of Materials? HR Tech week is over - time to review. AI disrupts outsourcing firms - or vice versa? Bonus: I blow gaskets on AI co-pilots, and blockchain-gone-awry.


Enterprise hits and misses - ESG use cases spark fresh thinking, generative AI faces pricing and ROI hurdles, and event season rolls on This article is sponsored by:

This week - ESG use cases push boundaries, while next-gen ESG vendors make their case. Generative AI keeps the spotlight, but questions about ROI and pricing loom. The fall event season remains in high gear. And: one firm makes the hits and the whiffs in the same week.


Enterprise hits and misses - generative AI bears down on industries, disruptive employees get analyzed, and fall events roll on This article is sponsored by:

This week - generative AI's impact leads to industry assessments. Next up: insurance. Fall event season is (still) in high gear - roundups of our Workday and Confluent user event coverage are still piping hot. Disengaged and disruptive employees hurt companies, but how did we get here? Plus: AI whiffs.

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