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In this week’s Computer Weekly, we reveal our annual list of the 25 most influential women in UK IT – female IT leaders making a difference to the digital economy. We look at how to integrate iPads into the corporate IT infrastructure. And we profile enterprise software upstart Workday as it challenges Oracle and SAP. Read the issue now.

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Workday’s challenge to the HR giants built in the cloud

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