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Uncertainty is certain - transformation is not an option, automation and adaptability are key to success This article is sponsored by: salesforce-sidebar

"That's the way we've always done things", isn't going to help organizations thrive. Paolo Malinverno of Mulesoft explores how teams can overcome the obstacles to digital change.

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ServiceNow softens short-term guidance due to macro headwinds, but is bullish on future success This article is sponsored by:

ServiceNow CEO Bill McDermott said that the demand environment for software is durable and consistent, but some deal cycles are taking longer in the current macro environment.

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"Pockets of weakness", but Infosys bullishly ups its outlook for the year as Cobalt cloud offering gains traction This article is sponsored by:

Infosys CEO Salil Parekh strikes a confident note about the firm's prospects in the face of global economic uncertainty.

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BigTime and Projector PSA merger - a new force in the mid-market PSA space? This article is sponsored by:

There are a number of solutions for the Professional Services Automation space (PSA). Two of these vendors announced merger plans this week. Here’s a peek into this market and what the mid-market customers want and need.

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Enterprise hits and misses - IT leaders face the recession question, digital consumers change things up, and composable apps make their case This article is sponsored by:

This week - the recession may not be a done deal, but it's time for IT leaders to respond. Composable apps have fallen short before - but is this their time? Security flaws at Experian (again), and AI Copilot gets an open source debate. In the whiffs, I put the North Star buzzword out of commission.

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How "extraordinary" workplaces will win at business This article is sponsored by: Unit4 logo with tagline 250x150px

Organizations that don’t pay attention to their people will always face competition from companies with bigger wallets. To attract and retain talent, businesses need something extra. Kirsty Graham of Unit4 has three steps for creating lasting relationships with your people so you can win at talent.

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UK tech job vacancies soar, wages outstrip rest of economy - but it’s not yet an opportunity for all This article is sponsored by:

A new government backed report highlights how the UK is transforming into a tech economy, with plenty of career and wage opportunities. However, those opportunities aren’t necessarily available to everyone.

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