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Enterprise hits and misses - AI ethics gets a fresh critique, and retailers get a pre-holiday reckoning This article is sponsored by:

This week - AI ethics gets a fresh critique - and the gap between lofty AI talk and project needs is exposed. Also: as we push into holiday season, retailers get one more omni-grade. Enterprise buyers share their COVID-19 era agendas, and the whiffs keep comin'. Yes, Twitter Fleets makes the cut.

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Asana bets on depth vs breadth of integrations for enterprise push This article is sponsored by:

Asana has released tighter integration with teamwork leaders Atlassian, Microsoft Teams, Slack and Zoom as it targets enterprise buyers

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The virus that stole Christmas? Omni-channel retail faces its toughest stress test as Black Friday kicks off the COVID Holidays season This article is sponsored by:

Black Friday looms and with it comes the biggest test for retail in an already overwhelmingly turbulent year. Are major omni-channel retailers ready to cope with the COVID Holidays?

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UK telemedicine service starts new real-world venture with fleet management This article is sponsored by:

When ‘Talk to a Doctor’ won a big new in-person care contract, it had to deal with a new problem - keeping tabs on a small, but vital, physical vehicle operation

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Hand sanitizer production? Salon support? No problem. How John Paul Mitchell Systems turned setbacks into a new way of working This article is sponsored by:

The pandemic sent many beauty suppliers reeling. Not John Paul Mitchell Systems. They found a way to move into hand sanitizer production for essential workers. They also created their own salon stimulus program. On the back end, Workfront made an impact on remote work. Here's why.

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Modern cloud solutions provide the direct path to agility This article is sponsored by: InforLogo_272x153px_withpadding

Simon Quinton, Infor VP & GM of the UK & Ireland, discusses how cloud solutions have accelerated agility and helped organizations, across a variety of industries, survive and thrive through the COVID-19 pandemic - while positioning them well for future success.

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Digital growth slips at Macy's as CEO asks what's the difference between 'essential' and 'non-essential' retail? This article is sponsored by:

Don't shut my stores! Macy's CEO Jeff Gennette's plea around essential and non-essential retail as digital growth slows down in the third quarter.

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Workday closes out strong Q3 2021, tempered with a pragmatic note of caution about what lies ahead This article is sponsored by:

The COVID crisis continues to cast a shadow, but Workday's momentum is still in evidence with some big HCM and Financials customer wins in a strong third quarter.

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Should the power of the crowd be used to solve our social problems? This article is sponsored by:

According to new research from Nesta and The GovLab, the answer is yes. Which is why we need to encourage the growth of open source-powered ‘collective intelligence’

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Use of AI in the NHS is leading to a 30-times improvement in early cancer detection rates This article is sponsored by:

Cancer may be the world’s second largest killer, but there is lots of innovative work going on in the realm of AI software to improve early diagnosis and, therefore, boost survival rates. Two companies doing just that are UK-based C the Signs and Panakeia Technologies.

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If Pfizer and Moderna executives can use the 10b5-1 rule to advantage without blinking, then what hope for a meaningful ethics discussion in technology? This article is sponsored by:

Executive compensation that's linked to the execution of questionable plans opens questions that strike at the heart of the ehtics debate in technology.

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Unit4 survey looks at the buyer landscape. Part 2, the people element This article is sponsored by:

The people element in the survey found important points that suggest an emphasis on meeting user need is now central to product development. That's good news.

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