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    1. WorkdayVoice: Four Tips for Building a Talent Pool: Don't Forget the Fundamentals

      WorkdayVoice: Four Tips for Building a Talent Pool: Don't Forget the Fundamentals

      Passive candidates are really the unicorns of recruiting: elusive and unattainable. The best workers are engaged, productive, valued by their managers and peers, and in general, happy where they are. And these are the exact people I want to hire. As a company vying for the top talent in a highly competitive market, how do we attract these unicorn candidates?

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    2. WorkdayVoice: Going the Distance: How the Mile High City Simplified HR

      WorkdayVoice: Going the Distance: How the Mile High City Simplified HR

      Governmental organizations combine all the complexity of a traditional business with the need to serve the public, their employees, and departments ranging from public safety to utilities to planning. Finding a way to deliver simple, effective HR in this environment can be a challenge. But after streamlining workflows and sending heavily customized technology systems packing, the City and County of Denver is on its way to becoming a more efficient metropolis.

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    3. OracleVoice: Penn State Researchers Turn To Cloud For High-Capacity Computing

      OracleVoice: Penn State Researchers Turn To Cloud For High-Capacity Computing

      Penn State chemistry professor Edward O’Brien is doing the kind of work long associated with supercomputing, creating models of how our bodies make proteins, trying to learn what causes mutations that make us sick. High-performance computing, however, is becoming essential to many more fields of study at the university. Witness Zita Oravecz’s work in quantitative psychology.

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      Mentions: Penn State Tunisia
    4. WorkdayVoice: Beyond Brexit: Defining How HR Influences the Business

      WorkdayVoice: Beyond Brexit: Defining How HR Influences the Business

      In today’s economic climate, where Brexit and 2016’s seismic political shift have created instability during a period of unparalleled business disruption, it’s of little surprise that businesses entered 2017 with a degree of trepidation. Yet, it’s certainly not all doom and gloom, according to The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and Workday’s “HR Outlook for 2017” report.

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    5. OracleVoice: What Is Blockchain? A Primer For Finance Professionals

      OracleVoice: What Is Blockchain? A Primer For Finance Professionals

      It’s often not easy to envision or understand a new technology when we first hear about it—especially when the technology is not something that you can see, hold or touch. Everyone can see what a smartphone is, and most finance professionals understand the impact that related technologies, like mobile and social, have had on the way we conduct business. Emerging technologies are a different matter.

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    6. WorkdayVoice: Why Hard Lessons Are Often the Best Ones

      WorkdayVoice: Why Hard Lessons Are Often the Best Ones

      It’s been a little over a year since I became CFO—a role I have wanted and worked toward since graduating college. When I’m asked to reflect back on my career path and what led me to this point, there are a couple of experiences that really define how I approach problems, make decisions, and work with people. Early in my career, I learned about the importance of building a team based on trust.

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    7. WorkdayVoice: Career Development 101: Nurturing the Future Leaders of Tomorrow

      WorkdayVoice: Career Development 101: Nurturing the Future Leaders of Tomorrow

      While some people are born with natural confidence, most great leaders come to rise with the help of experience, training, and support. But what happens when those poised to step into leadership roles lack the critical skills needed to lead? Bad management is one of the top contributors to low employee engagement, and ultimately, poor retention. As has been said, people join companies, but they leave managers.

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    8. OracleVoice: Forage Crop Ban Prompts Saudi Dairy To Look Abroad

      OracleVoice: Forage Crop Ban Prompts Saudi Dairy To Look Abroad

      A looming curb on crop irrigation in Saudi Arabia, the result of depleted groundwater reserves, has forced commercial agriculture companies such as National Agricultural Development Company (NADEC) to grow their livestock forage crops abroad. NADEC, one of the largest dairy producers in the Middle East, says the company is using cloud-based technology to help it overcome the operational hurdles created by the ban, scheduled to go into effect in 2019.

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      Mentions: Sudan
    9. CenturyLinkVoice: 4 Ways To Create A Better Cybersecurity Plan

      CenturyLinkVoice: 4 Ways To Create A Better Cybersecurity Plan

      When it comes to cybersecurity, there’s strength in numbers. In my role as CenturyLink’s chief security officer, I oversee the strategy to protect CenturyLink’s clients, employees and 600,000+ miles of network. Our team has stopped bad actors at the highest levels for decades, giving CenturyLink a view on cybersecurity that few others in the industry have obtained.

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    10. PPGVoice: How High-Tech Coatings Will Smooth The Automated Driving Revolution

      PPGVoice: How High-Tech Coatings Will Smooth The Automated Driving Revolution

      Artificial intelligence will power the automated driving revolution. So will improvements in connectivity and machine vision. But don’t forget about coatings — the paints and other substances that will cover autonomous vehicles (AVs). These inconspicuous products will be the unsung heroes of the driverless future. The first area where coatings will play a fundamental role for AVs is in navigation.

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    11. Grads of LifeVoice: The Power Of Relationships: Mentoring Youth For Workforce Success

      Grads of LifeVoice: The Power Of Relationships: Mentoring Youth For Workforce Success

      There are 5.5 million opportunity youth in the United States between the ages of 16 and 24 who are disconnected from school and work. Research suggests that quality relationships with adults are particularly essential for young people during times of transition, when new environments, obstacles, and uncertainties leave young people more vulnerable to falling off track.

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    12. OracleVoice: What Enterprises Are Missing With Their Cloud Infrastructure Strategy

      OracleVoice: What Enterprises Are Missing With Their Cloud Infrastructure Strategy

      More and more enterprises are moving to the cloud to take advantage of the numerous business benefits the cloud model offers, such as pay-as-you-go pricing, global scale, and reliable performance. Yet despite this embrace, many enterprises are migrating to the cloud while maintaining their legacy or in-house Domain Name System (DNS) service.

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    13. Capital OneVoice: A Conversation On AI & Machine Learning

      Capital OneVoice: A Conversation On AI & Machine Learning

      Adam Wenchel, Vice President of AI and Data Innovation at Capital One, knows his way around AI. He’s an Artificial Intelligence trailblazer with more than 20 years of experience in the field. He took the only two AI classes available at his college in the late 1990’s and his first gig after graduation was working in AI at DARPA—the agency that created the internet. We’re chatting in his sunny 10th floor office at Capital One headquarters in Mclean, Virginia.

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    14. OracleVoice: Enterprise AI: Why Should You Care?

      OracleVoice: Enterprise AI: Why Should You Care?

      Business leaders often tell me they feel barraged by technology vendors touting their latest shiny thing as “disruptive” and “game changing.” Some technologies, like internet and mobile, did turn out to be powerful forces that transformed how we do business. But other technologies, not so much. As someone who has worked a full career at the intersection of business and technology, I’ve learned to be extremely judicious and selective when making my case for a new enterprise technology.

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    15. 5 Startups Set Up Shop Inside Morgan Stanley

      5 Startups Set Up Shop Inside Morgan Stanley

      When Brian Brackeen turned eight, his father gave him a computer — and explicit orders to skip the video games and start coding. The paternal foresight paid off. Brackeen, now the founder of Kairos, a startup that brings artificial intelligence to facial recognition, is looking to disrupt the security and marketing worlds with his new technology. But first, he has to navigate the investment world in search of capital to make his vision a reality.

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      Mentions: New York
    16. The New Tech Tools Creating Privacy In The Open Office

      The New Tech Tools Creating Privacy In The Open Office

      When London-based law firm DLA Piper wanted to increase collaboration amongst its lawyers, it followed the lead of many other businesses: The firm moved to an open office plan. Its new Manchester office, which opened about a year ago, is set up with cubicles and desks, as well as some closed office spaces.

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    17. 5 Canned Email Response Templates That'll Save You All The Time

      5 Canned Email Response Templates That'll Save You All The Time

      I’m obsessed with being as productive as humanly possible, whether that’s setting better deadlines or finding the most effective way to schedule my days. But my inbox was still a huge time-suck. And the kicker is: I was sending a lot of the same emails over and over again. That’s when I started using canned responses.

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    18. The Recruiter Called Me -- Then Demanded I 'Sell Her' On Myself

      The Recruiter Called Me -- Then Demanded I 'Sell Her' On Myself

      We set up a time to talk and she called me. Right away she said, “So, let’s talk about you — what makes you a great candidate?” I said “Hold on, you called me — did you have a position you wanted to tell me about?” She said “I have lots of them! Right now I want to hear about you.” She was not hostile at all. She was bouncy and free-wheeling.

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    19. How To Remain Confident When You Keep Getting Rejected From Jobs

      For most people, job searching entails some rejection. You send in a resume and receive no response. You go to an interview and don’t get a callback. You go to another interview and get ghosted. But, knowing it can happen doesn’t lessen the sting. It’s normal to feel disappointed when an opportunity doesn’t pan out, and you don’t want the fear of losing out to hold you back. With that in mind, here’s how to rebuild yours.

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    20. Sorry, Amazon, But Microsoft Is The World's #1 Cloud Vendor - Here's Why

      Sorry, Amazon, But Microsoft Is The World's #1 Cloud Vendor - Here's Why

      CLOUD WARS - Amazon Web Services is one of the truly great success stories of the past decade—superb vision, brilliant execution, outstanding people, and a hockey-stick growth rate that most enterprise-tech vendors can only dream about. But life’s not always fair, and while AWS and its supporters can make some good points about how and why it’s the biggest of the big dogs in the cloud, the simple truth is that Microsoft is able to offer corporate customers more cloud innovation across more parts of those customers’ businesses—and can drive more business value for those customers via ...

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    21. How This Key Tactic Can Help Maximize Your Salary At Your First Job

      How This Key Tactic Can Help Maximize Your Salary At Your First Job

      Negotiating your salary - particularly for your first job out of college - is essential to closing the gender gap in earning potential. Asking for more salary can be an important thing to do, but it is essential to approach that salary negotiation in a way that might minimize the risk of negative backlash. New research from Columbia University provides insight on this approach.

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    22. Former Salesforce Execs Explain How They Rose To The Top On Their Own

      Former Salesforce Execs Explain How They Rose To The Top On Their Own

      Back in April we met Zac Otero, who worked his way up from the bottom to become a successful Salesforce administrator. Today, I'm talking to four individuals who used Salesforce as a springboard to the top, now leading their own companies as CEO. They share how their experiences working at Salesforce inspired them to reach higher and taught them the skills they need now as leaders themselves. What was your experience like working at Salesforce?

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