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After limping through chapter one of cloud computing, IBM aims to own chapter two

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In 2013, IBM Corp. got a wakeup call when it lost an important cloud computing deal at the Central Intelligence Agency to Amazon Web Services
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Trust but verify: Machine learning’s magic masks hidden frailties

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The idea sounded good in theory: Rather than giving away full-boat scholarships, colleges could optimize their use of scholarship money to attract students willing to
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Orange is the new gold: Telemarketing firm molds inmates into sales stars

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Like many telemarketing professionals, Teresa Peterson works a nine-hour day, supporting a team of professionals working phones, building heat maps for her client’s account-based marketing
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As security flaws explode, consumers lose trust in the tech industry

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If the current state of the cybersecurity world could be captured as a weather forecast it would be cloudy with occasional periods of crankiness and
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Signs of progress for AI, but when will it become truly essential?

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Adam Cheyer has a dream — and given that he sold his two previous companies to Steve Jobs and Samsung, it would be wise not
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Complexity concerns rain on the multicloud parade

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Gary Lamb remembers working on one cloud computing migration project so tricky that it was never completed. It’s an object lesson on how the seemingly boundless
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Ready or not, a lot more AI-powered services are coming in 2019

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For a technology that’s decades old, artificial intelligence managed to emerge in the public imagination as one of the signature technologies of 2018 — if
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More turbulence is coming to the big-data analytics market in 2019

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Big-data analytics has been one of the dominant tech trends of this decade and one of the most dynamic and innovative segments of the information
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Stormy weather: To stop cloud giants, some open-source software firms limit licenses

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A heated debate has erupted in the open-source software world that’s pitting startups against cloud computing giants. The furor concerns, of all things, new licensing
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Blockchain, often seen as tech’s next big thing, struggles to get traction

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When developers at startup Eximchain Inc. set out to build a reliable global supply chain network for companies to find business partners and guarantee the
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As re:Invent conference wraps, AWS keeps getting stronger in the cloud

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As its annual re:Invent conference draws to a close, Amazon Web Services Inc. left no doubt in anyone’s mind that it’s investing deeply in the
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Deeper into cloud data: AWS launches a blitz of innovative AI offerings at re:Invent

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Amazon Web Services Inc. made artificial intelligence far and away the dominant theme of its announcements on Wednesday, the second day of re:Invent 2018. As
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Now, cloud companies want to run the rest of your business

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Technology giant Siemens AG hires 35,000 people each year, sorting through some 2 million applicants for positions in 120 countries in 20 languages. Search is
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Oracle confronts growing challenge from AWS in the cloud

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Oracle Corp.’s future is on the line, but its co-founder, Chairman and Chief Technology Officer Larry Ellison seems to be denying the obvious. What’s obvious