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Enterprise hits and misses - Google Cloud and AWS hit macro-economic speedbumps, AI gets use cases, and layoffs get questioned This article is sponsored by:

This week - Google Cloud and AWS are the latest to face the economic headwinds - what can we learn? Tech layoffs are everywhere - but are they the best response? Your whiffs include: Valentine's Day, via ChatGPT.

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The ‘Godfather of Process Mining’ explains why the future of the technology is an object centric approach This article is sponsored by:

Professor Wil van der Aalst, Chief Scientist at Celonis, explains how an object centric approach transforms process mining from two dimensional to three dimensional.

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Here's to the future! PTC CEO Jim Heppelmann on the changing PLM market and where the $1.46 billion ServiceMax takeover fits in This article is sponsored by:

With the ServiceMax acquisition now complete, PTC's CEO outlines some of the things that customers can expect to see come next.

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BT Group connects with AI to get a grip on procurement spend This article is sponsored by:

Globality’s AI-based sourcing platform is helping BT to optimize its multi-billion-pound annual investment in third-party resources and activities.

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JAGGAER brings AI and automation to streamline direct spend processes This article is sponsored by:

JAGGAER is bringing AI and automation to processes such as sourcing, contracts and supplier onboarding to help global businesses manage direct spend more efficiently.

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Enterprise hits and misses - AI hype vs real world use cases, enterprise earnings face headwinds, and buyers get a new BS detector This article is sponsored by:

This week - earnings reports are in, but so are layoffs. What conclusions can we draw? Generative AI hype has reached a fever pitch, but where are today's use cases? The Metaverse and NFTs get fresh analysis, and we polish our collective BS detectors.

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The quantum tipping point - where are we today? This article is sponsored by:

Some of the world’s leading experts debate whether quantum technology means a moment of transformative change, or a slow march into a brand-new world

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Generative AI - will it be summer for humanity? Or a legal winter for vendors? This article is sponsored by:

An epochal discussion at the World Economic Forum on generative AI prompts the question: will AI vendors be sued by every content creator on the planet?

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Enterprise hits and misses - Davos provokes debates it can't solve, and IT spending gets a consumer tech buzzkill This article is sponsored by:

This week - Davos stoked the fires of essential tech debates - now we have to solve them. Enterprise tech spending forecasts are still up, but downgraded by consumer tech woes (and layoffs). Can next-gen tech overcome practical (budget) barriers? Your whiffs include... pet fish abusing credit cards.

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Yes, you can IPO in a volatile economy - here's how This article is sponsored by: Sage Logo

Initial public offerings (IPOs) can seem to be a daunting challenge in today's economy. But even now, it's possible to brave the turbulent market conditions - if you start with the right foundations. David Appel of Sage Intacct sets out the practical steps.

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British Government complacent about growth opportunity of creative industries and is ignoring digital impact This article is sponsored by:

Global exports of creative services exceeded $1 trillion in 2020. And yet the British Government seems worryingly quiet about fostering creative sectors in the UK. Not only this, but it seems ignorant to the changes occurring at the intersection of creative fields and digital technologies…

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Have we entered the Automation Economy, or is intelligent automation just buzzword bingo? Automation Anywhere's CEO on what's next This article is sponsored by:

Is "intelligent automation" buzzword bingo, or a genuine step forward to an Automation Economy? Automation Anywhere CEO Mihir Shukla fielded my pesky automation questions - and explained how customers can avoid RPA silos and get a better automation result.

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