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December 31, 2018
Why 86% of enterprises are increasing their IoT spending in 2019

Enterprises increased their investments in IoT by 4% in 2018 over 2017, spending an average of $4.6m this year. 38% of enterprises have company-wide IoT deployments in production today. 84% of enterprises expect to complete their IoT implementations within two years. 82% of enterprises share information from their IoT solutions with employees more than once a […]

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December 31, 2018
Amazon will improve its cloud efficiency using ARM-based processor

Amazon is deploying an ARM-based Graviton processor to improve its cloud-based computing services. As per the Seattle-based company, this will lead to cost savings of up to 45% for "scale-out" services. Amazon became the world’s biggest player in cloud computing via Amazon Web Services (AWS) which is the company’s $27 billion cloud business. AWS provides […]

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December 31, 2018
Docker, Microsoft unveil deployment standard for cloud-native applications

Cloud-Native Application Bundles project offers a standard way to define complex, containerized applications for a variety of environments Microsoft and Docker have jointly announced a new project to create “an open-source, cloud-agnostic specification for packaging and running distributed applications,” according to Microsoft’s press notes. A Cloud Native Application Bundle (CNAB), as it’s called, provides a […]

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December 31, 2018
IBM says buying Red Hat makes it the biggest in hybrid cloud

$34 billion deal scheduled to go through sometime in the second half of 2019 In a move that IBM says will make it the world’s leader in hybrid cloud, the company says it’s going to buy open-source giant Red Hat for $34 billion, banking on what it sees as Red Hat’s potential to become the operating […]

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December 31, 2018
China and the need for AI expertise

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the new force driving industrial transformation. It is changing economic activities from distribution, to trading and consumption and reshaping many industries, such as healthcare, finance and public safety. According to CCW Research, China’s leading IT market research and consulting company, the growth rate of the Artificial Intelligence market in 2017 was […]

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December 31, 2018
The future of Red Hat: How will IBM's acquisition affect the company?

IBM's purchase of Red Hat may be a good strategic fit for IBM, but the payback is anything but guaranteed. Only 11 days have passed since the announcement about IBM’s acquisition of Red Hat. Yet industry analysts are busily projecting the effects that this notable acquisition will have on the future of Red Hat. Having had […]

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December 31, 2018
IBM reinforces enterprise multicloud growth with automation tools, ServiceNow expansion

The driving idea behind both moves is to help customer simplify what can be a daunting task – moving applications to multicloud environments. IBM is looking to make it easier for customers to move to multicloud environments by adding automation tools to its cloud services, and the company is extending its relationship with cloud migration […]

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December 31, 2018
Linux will seem to be everywhere in 2019

Faster, more versatile and secure, Linux gets better every year. Let's take a look at some of the highlights expected in 2019. 2019 just might be the Year of Linux — the year in which Linux is fully recognized as the powerhouse it has become. With Linux playing key roles in the Internet of Things […]

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December 31, 2018
Oracle introduces hybrid cloud solution – for its own cloud

Combination of on-premises and cloud services works great if you are invested in Oracle’s cloud. I’m beginning to understand why Thomas Kurian left Oracle to try and right the foundering ship that is Google Cloud Platform. He reportedly butted heads with the boss (that would be Larry Ellison) over a desire to make Oracle products […]

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