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An Information Economy for Digital Britain. Again? This article is sponsored by:

An Information Economy for the UK? Yes please Prime Minister - but what is there that is actually new in the lastest strategy document to emerge from Britain's digitally-friendly government?

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Airport hell and the Samsung Chromebook This article is sponsored by:

A lost MacBook Pro forced me into taking drastic action. The result? I bought a Samsung Chromebook. The experience so far is 'interesting.' Is the Chromebooko a device I'd recommend? Read on to find out.

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NSA - one giant step backwards for business? This article is sponsored by:

There is the potential for a significant backlash from the NSA/PRISM story that has a direct impact on business progress. Here is why.

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Why the SAP Mentor program sucks This article is sponsored by:

The SAP Mentor program has been a great success and includes some of the smartest people I know. But now it needs to switch gears and more faithfully reflect the direction that SAP is taking.

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How to kill maverick spending This article is sponsored by:

Killing off maverick spending is one of the much vaunted claims for spend management. When put in those terms the allure sounds obvious. But what do you do when you have no systems to manage spending? Check out how Storebrand did it, achieving 20 percent savings along the way.

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Hugh MacLeod - digital disrupter This article is sponsored by:

I first met Hugh MacLeod sometime in 2005. At the time, he was one of an emerging crowd of blogerati rock stars that congregated around events like LeWeb, a cauldron of often edgy but always energizing ideas about the evolution of the social web. MacLeod's schtick was about creating cartoons on business cards.

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Where next for digital marketing? This article is sponsored by:

Imagine a day when the standalone digital agencies of today are a thing of the past and everyone in the next generation of marketing is a digital native. That day isn't that far off according to European marketing high-fliers.

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Euan Semple - danger man This article is sponsored by:

I've known Euan Semple...oooh...maybe seven years.

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On Machiavelli, SAP and Fiori This article is sponsored by:

The launch of SAP Fiori set off plenty of chatter in blogs and Twitter. There was a lot of confusion and discussion around pricing topics. As always with SAP, life is never that simple. There's a lot to understand.

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Email is not dying This article is sponsored by:

There's many a rumor that email is dead. Nothing could be further from the truth. But is there a good way to collaborate with team members while not sacrificing the utility of email? Right now that seems much harder than it looks.

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Christian Gheorghe, digital dynamo This article is sponsored by:

Over the weekend, Christian Gheorghe, CEO Tidemark was good enough to field a long call where we discussed the approach his company is taking to analytics and business intelligence. Of special interest is the concept of 'storylines,' a way of visualizing structured and unstructured data.

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Lessons from Xero part one: Hansens This article is sponsored by:

Over on our sister site JD-OD.com, we have posted a slew of videos that I shot at Xero's Melbourne offices where I concentrate on the experience of professional partners. In this first excerpt, we look at what Hansens are doing.

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Why cloud vendors are hard to beat This article is sponsored by:

Recent conversations around vendor relationships got me thinking about the reasons why cloud vendors are doing so well in relation to the rest of the tech sector. Buzzword bingo and analyst fueled hype aside, it seems to me that there are certain characteristics that set cloud vendors apart. This article examines those differences.

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