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Are you ready for the data-driven management revolution?

Even as enterprises embrace data-driven management, they must ensure that they use the power of data to speed decisions, remove ambiguity and increase efficiency — but not at the cost of dehumanizing the organization beyond...

Protecting against the swing back towards strong patents

The value of patents means companies need to mitigate the risk of being sued for patent infringement.

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4 areas of SMB operation that benefit the most from SaaS

Small to midsize businesses move towards Software-as-a-Service in a digital-first landscape.

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How to negotiate the right deal with Microsoft

Tips for companies undergoing digital transformation looking to adopt or renew one of Microsoft’s key offerings.

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The internal disruption of AI

Much has been made of AI’s ability to upend existing industry orthodoxies and disrupt markets. But could it disrupt your culture?

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Not much has changed since #MeToo

A new Fairygodboss survey reveals that for women at work, not much has changed since #MeToo. Sexual harassment in the workplace is still a big problem.

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How to fix your sales forecasting process

A misleading sales forecast impacts all kinds of end-of-quarter decisions, and resources can be wildly misallocated. Running some reports in your CRM system can identify areas of the forecast that are at risk.

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Overcoming the hype around predictive analytics for better business outcomes

As data-driven solutions become the norm, enterprises need to know exactly what’s going on behind all those buzzwords.

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SAP and Oracle audits – US constitutional principles do not apply

While businesses are not required to have separate committees to draft, enforce and adjudicate company policy, we expect some form of these principles to apply, even in the private sector.

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National Health IT week 2018: 3 trends that will drive the future of technology in healthcare

It is National Health IT week. Three significant technology trends will drive healthcare’s digital transformation.

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The many hands of a robot

Deploying robotic process automation for modern applications.

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Enterprise connectivity requires community building conversational environments

Investments in workplace conversational environments have to be about people, connectivity and fostering a culture of collaboration.

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11 portraits of digital CIOs

The digital CIO as the top leadership role must have a strategic mindset, unique personality, interdisciplinary knowledge, and a clear idea of what needs to be done, while being creative enough to lead innovation, drive changes, and...

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Lack of C-suite collaboration hampering cybersecurity, report finds

As cyber-attacks grow in frequency, chief information security officers and C-suite executives must work more closely together.

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Securing competitive advantage through data exploitation

How companies are using data to beat the competition and secure their market position.

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Anxiety an undercurrent at Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Technology

There was a lot to celebrate at the 2018 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Technology – but it wasn’t easy to ignore how much we have to lose.

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Digital health investments: between a rock and a ‘kill zone’

Even with high levels of VC funding, startups can face a number of “kill zones” where innovators can be put out of business simply by being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Digital health startups need a “moat.”

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Three reasons for three bullet points

“Rules of Three” abound in presentation principles.

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