Top 10 news stories of the week: BPM is dead, coders are dead and soon the cloud will kill the rest of us anyway

Charlee Gothard
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It might be a few days until Halloween, but IT industry news this week had a definite theme of horrible demise. But which sepulchral story proved the most popular?

10. Opinion: The Nadella controversy has highlighted an opportunity gap, not just a pay gap As the female CEO of Microsoft's only Gold Partner company in the UK, who better than Suzy Dean to con...

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