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Don't be the next Southwest - two Oracle partners weigh in on avoiding technical debt This article is sponsored by:

Thanks to Southwest, technical debt is on the front burner. ERP modernization choices used to be limited to a massive upgrade, or lift-and-shift your (over)-customizations. But that's changing - here's how Oracle partners Syntax and vFunction caught my attention.

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Optimize the positive! Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella makes his pitch as profits slump and layoffs confirmed This article is sponsored by:

A tough start to 2023 for Microsoft, but CEO Nadella wants the focus to be firmly on the longer term.

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Poor data integration could be stymying your sustainability This article is sponsored by: Software AG logo © Software AG

Data integration is a key part of the connection to reporting and monitoring on sustainability. But getting there is also a challenge for businesses. Stefan Sigg of Software AG sets out some practical pathways.

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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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How mmhmm cut its quarterly board meetings from 4 hours to 90 minutes This article is sponsored by:

We talk to mmhmm founder Phil Libin about the right and wrong ways to use video in meetings and why VR business meetings are a stupid idea.

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The next best thing since the last best thing! Some tech hype models to live by This article is sponsored by:

While ChatGPT is capturing a lot of press lately, is anyone really thinking about the hype associated with it and other all-new technologies? Are readers not being discriminating enough and accepting too much at face value? Here are some interesting models to ponder while evaluating the hype around AI and ChatGPT.

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Technology is part of the answer to NHS woes, but we must resist viewing it as a silver bullet This article is sponsored by:

NHS waiting times are at record levels and industrial action is putting the system under further pressure. Whilst technology is part of the solution, we must resist the temptation to view it as the only answer.

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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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