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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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eSIMs to enable CIOs to deliver IoT and savings This article is sponsored by:

Business technology leaders that have already adopted eSIMs are seeing improvements in the role technology plays in work/life balance and business connectivity

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Let's not get ahead of ourselves! Balancing the bleeding edge with practical adoption remains a huge enterprise tech challenge This article is sponsored by:

AI, ChatGPT, the Metaverse - the future's bright...but is the enterprise tech buy side ready to adopt?

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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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UK AI strategy - what did it achieve in its first full year? This article is sponsored by:

As 2023 brings fresh challenges, what achievements has the UK Government’s National Strategy for AI delivered to date?

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Enterprise hits and misses - tech layoffs harsh the holiday buzz, Southwest trips on technical debt, and ChatGPT rides the hype cycle This article is sponsored by:

This week - we charge out of the gates with a macro-economic enterprise wake up call. Southwest grabs the IT failure headlines - will technical debt force 2023 IT spend? HR leadership gets tough love, CES gets a worst-of-show tribute, and I crash the ChatGPT hype festival.

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We're stuck in the AI ethics fishbowl - so how do we get out? This article is sponsored by:

Live AI systems, already operating at scale, can have dangerous consequences - and concerning downsides. In theory, the AI ethics movement should provide a corrective force. Yet so far, it has failed to do so. What is AI ethics getting wrong?

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Digital beekeeping - using technology to support pollination and help save the bees This article is sponsored by:

UK firm AgriSound offers a unique remote pollinator monitoring service using specialized multi-signal Pod Group SIM cards, which could help save the bees

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It's a small world after all, but BRIC economies have different views on tech's capabilities than the US and Europe This article is sponsored by:

Some interesting regional divisions on show courtesy of Bosch's 2023 Tech Compass report.

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2022 - the year in Partner Commentary This article is sponsored by:

Across 2022, diginomica's partner ecosystem has added yet more commentary and analysis. Here's a selection of the best.

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