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Solving the “seven vendor problem” - Druva CEO Jaspreet Singh on why enterprises need to think SaaS-first, not cloud-first This article is sponsored by:

Enterprises need modern data platforms to meet today's business challenges, says Singh.

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ServiceNow orchestrates work at Astellas to help drive automation and efficiencies This article is sponsored by:

Pharmaceutical giant Astellas is thinking about how work across its organization can be better automated so that its people can focus on higher value tasks.

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Culling with kindness - the right way to go about making redundancies in the tech sector This article is sponsored by:

As global recession looms, it appears the tech sector is not out of the woods yet in layoff terms. So if redundancies become necessary, how can employers ensure they avoid hitting the headlines for all the wrong reasons?

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What I’d say to me back then – Oracle UK Country Leader Siobhan Wilson on banishing doubts This article is sponsored by:

As Oracle Cloud World continues in the US, UK Country Leader Wilson talks about the direction her career has taken with the software giant.

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Don't be an Andrew! Lessons Salesforce UKI CEO Zahra Bahrololoumi has learned as a person of color in tech This article is sponsored by:

In a long career, Zahra Bahrololoumi has run into barriers due to her heritage. Today she's a national CEO at Salesforce and committed to making big changes in terms of equality and diversity.

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Our current approach to IT isn’t sustainable - how can CTOs shift to business priorities? This article is sponsored by: Avantra logo

How can tech leaders overcome competing priorities - and be the conduit for strategic change? John Appleby of Avantra says a systematic approach to automation is needed.

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Workday Rising highlight - jobs are fluid. Why aren't HR vendors? VNDLY makes the case for the extended workforce This article is sponsored by:

A fluid workplace is held back by "temp" and "perm" work silos - and old school HR software hasn't helped. But is that finally shifting? VNDLY's GM explains why change is at hand - and shares the next phase in VNDLY's Workday platform integration.

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Keep the corporate foot on the accelerator - Unit4's Business Future Index detects a sense of urgency among organizations This article is sponsored by:

The past three years have presented a near permanent state of crisis during which transformation programs have accelerated. A new study from Unit4 provides a snapshot of where organizational appetite for ongoing change is today.

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Ada Lovelace Day - Solo.io founder Idit Levine on progress made, challenges faced and why she's not a fan of gender labelling This article is sponsored by:

On this year's Ada Lovelace Day, a conversation with Idit Levine, founder and CEO of a $1 billion tech start-up, who rejects the widespread label of ‘women in tech’ as “dismissive”.

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No more relics – it’s time for a cutting-edge operating model This article is sponsored by: ServiceNow logo © ServiceNow

Moving from a legacy fossil to a next-gen operating model is all fine in theory, but how does it look in the real world? Matthew Phipps of ServiceNow cuts to the practical steps organizations can take.

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The evolving role of CFOs - fresh data points to new challenges, and new roles This article is sponsored by: Sage Logo

The role of the CFO goes far beyond holding the purse strings. Aziz Benmalek unpicks the latest study from Sage to understand why this key leadership role needs to be the hub of business information.

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Enterprise hits and misses - "Quiet Quitting" gets a debate, DataOps gets scrutinized, and Microsoft Exchange gets hacked (again) This article is sponsored by:

This week - we debate "quiet quitting" as toxic workplaces get called out. Can DataOps and decision intelligence (finally) take us to better decision making? Exchange gets hacked, and the fall events roll on. Tesla's Optimus gets satirized.

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Quiet quitting - it’s probably not a real thing, but can we really blame young people for liking the idea? This article is sponsored by:

Quiet quitting is a viral term to describe people - particularly those under the age of 35 - who don’t go above and beyond when at work.

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