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Sep 05, 2016
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U.S. cloud vendors adjust to Snowden effect, Privacy Shield

AWS, Microsoft and Google are building data centers in Europe to address privacy concerns in a post-Snowden world. Cloud infrastructure revenue is rising, but how much better could be for U.S. vendors? Read More

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What if you could fire your CEO?
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8 Tips to Stay Ahead of the Top 2016 Data Protection Trends

Data protection has never been more in the forefront, as information increasingly is the lifeblood and differentiator in a constantly changing world. Read More

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What if you could fire your CEO?

For the last four years, Haufe U.S. has functioned as a workplace democracy, where its executive leadership is elected by the employees annually. The craziest part? It's working. Read More

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Best Deals of the Week, August 29 - September 2 - Deal Alert

Check out this roundup of the best deals on gadgets, gear and other cool stuff we have found this week, the week of August 29th. All items are highly rated, and dramatically discounted! Read More

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How analytics could end layoffs

By using analytics wisely, columnist Rob Enderle writes, layoffs could become obsolete. Read More

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HPE said to plan sale of its software unit

Hewlett Packard Enterprise is said to be looking to sell its software division, which would include the business from its disastrous acquisition of Autonomy in 2011, according to newspaper reports. Read More

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Baidu to test autonomous vehicles in California

Chinese Internet giant Baidu said it has received permission from authorities in California to test its autonomous driving technologies in the state. Read More

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Myth vs. fact: Open source projects and federal agencies

The increasing demand for open source technologies among government agencies offers a cost benefit, but if not properly monitored, the code poses security risks Read More

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Data Center Network Agility: The Importance of Network Orchestration and Automation

Many IT organizations require weeks or months to enable and validate a new application environment in their data centers. In today's competitive market, enterprises are continuously deploying new and updated applications. Two-week delays are unacceptable. Data centers, and networks in particular, must become more agile and responsive to change. Join our live webcast October 6th @ 11AM PDT/ 2PM EDT. Read More

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