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Women continue to gain ground in tech sector but more needs to be done This article is sponsored by: Confluent logo

To celebrate International Women’s Day, Confluent brought together three of its senior leaders to discuss their experiences as women in tech. Here, they speak candidly about the opportunities that exist, the challenges they still face — and what more needs to be done.

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Enterprise hits and misses - site outages are a culture problem, and the AI jobs debate takes a practical turn This article is sponsored by:

This week - are site outages about leadership and culture, not just tech? And the AI jobs debate is rekindled, but with some practical skills advice. Return-to-office versus remote work won't go away, and AI service chatbots get whiffy.

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Inside Acumatica's generative AI strategy, and why cloud ERP vendors must become data and innovation partners This article is sponsored by:

Acumatica was careful not to turn the Acumatica Summit keynotes into AI propaganda sessions. But off the keynote stage, candid talks with Acumatica's product leads brought context. What do customers expect, and what are the adoption barriers? Let's dig in.

Ali Jani onstage at Acumatica Summit '24

Enterprise hits and misses - well-being washing and DEI grab workplace headlines, while responsible AI reckons with deep fakes and adoption realities This article is sponsored by:

This week - DEI and well-being washing are hot topics in the future of work 2024. The AI "revolution" gets called out with practical views on AI adoption. Even Hits and Misses can't avoid Taylor Swift as a deep fake controversy raises responsible AI questions. As always, the weekly whiffs.

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