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How Will the $34B IBM Acquisition Affect Red Hat Users?

How Will the $34B IBM Acquisition Affect Red Hat Users?

Red Hat users looking to maintain hybrid cloud or multi-cloud deployments because they can’t go “all in” on the cloud will benefit from IBM’s $34 billion acquisition of the enterprise open source solutions provider, Nintex  chief evangelist Ryan Duguid told CMSWire.

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6 Things to Know About IBM’s $34B Acquisition of Red Hat

6 Things to Know About IBM's $34B Acquisition of Red Hat

IBM recently pulled off the largest software acquisition in history by announcing its intention to acquire open source cloud provider Red Hat for $34 billion.  Experts said IBM’s acquisition of Red Hat opens a new dynamic in the cloud wars between IBM, Google, Amazon and Microsoft.

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Addressing Performance Blind Spots as Cloud and Third-Party Reliance Increases

Addressing Performance Blind Spots as Cloud and Third-Party Reliance Increases

In 2012, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd predicted that increasing IT complexity would drive more customers to the cloud. “Eliminate complexity — simplify IT” was his message. What he didn’t mention was this simplification would create its own set of complexities.

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Microsoft Graph Data Connect: The Glue That Binds Office 365 and Azure

Microsoft Graph Data Connect: The Glue That Binds Office 365 and Azure

With all the buzz around Microsoft’s Ignite Conference last week, you probably missed one of the biggest ‘non-announcements’ to come from Microsoft: the public preview availability of Microsoft Graph data connect, previously known as Managed Access to Microsoft Graph Data. Connecting Azure and Office 365  What is this

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What Ignite 2018 Signaled for Microsoft and the Future of the Cloud Wars

What Ignite 2018 Signaled for Microsoft and the Future of the Cloud Wars

Over 30,000 IT pros, business leaders and partners gathered in Orlando, Fla. last week to attend Microsoft Ignite and Envision, its annual business and technology customer events. The gathering revealed a wide range of developments in cloud computing, security, edge computing, artificial intelligence and modern workplace.

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A Vision for the Future of Content Management: Chris McLaughlin of Nuxeo

A Vision for the Future of Content Management: Chris McLaughlin of Nuxeo

Content management is going through a significant change driven by factors like cloud computing, machine learning and the push towards content services. I've been speaking to leaders in the content management field to get their take on the transformation underway and hear where they think the industry will go next.

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