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A ‘smoking good’ deal? Red Hat could prove a $34 billion bargain for IBM

A ‘smoking good’ deal? Red Hat could prove a $34 billion bargain for IBM

A ‘smoking good’ deal? Red Hat could prove a $34 billion bargain for IBM 1
When does free technology become worth $10 trillion? When the company is Red Hat Inc. and its open-source software and applications running on Red Hat Enterprise Linux contribute to $10 trillion worth of global business revenues this year. That’s the conclusion from an International Data Corp. study released during the company’s major annual gathering in Boston […]

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In gambling mecca, Dell’s founder offers evidence that big bets on multicloud, AI and edge will pay off

In gambling mecca, Dell’s founder offers evidence that big bets on multicloud, AI and edge will pay off

In gambling mecca, Dell’s founder offers evidence that big bets on multicloud, AI and edge will pay off 2
There could probably have not been a more appropriate setting for Dell Technologies Inc.’s annual conference last week than Las Vegas. The company’s founder and chief executive officer, Michael Dell (pictured), has spent most of his career making big bets on his firm’s future and the computing industry’s direction. Over 35 years, he has taken Dell […]

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Value is the new lock-in: Apigee seeks to transform applications in a hybrid world

Value is the new lock-in: Apigee seeks to transform applications in a hybrid world

Value is the new lock-in: Apigee seeks to transform applications in a hybrid world 3
With all of the talk in the enterprise about applications, what do they really mean to the average employee? In many instances, applications drive personalization on the web. One example of this can be found in the growth of “my” sites, with the ability for users to structure how they use a site’s products or services […]

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Making value the new lock-in: Apigee seeks to transform applications in a hybrid world

Making value the new lock-in: Apigee seeks to transform applications in a hybrid world

Making value the new lock-in: Apigee seeks to transform applications in a hybrid world 4
With all of the talk in the enterprise space about applications, what do they really mean to the average user? In many instances, applications drive personalization on the Web. One example of this can be found in the growth of “my” sites, with the ability for users to structure how they use a site’s products or […]

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