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Ron Miller
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Freelance Technology Journalist
Freelance Technology Journalist

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VMware made a smart move when it decided to befriend AWS instead of fighting them. Today it announced new migration and disaster recovery tools on AWS.
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Conventional wisdom states if you innovate, you should stave off disruption, but that isn’t always the case. Sometimes your good idea can get corrupted by layers of management.
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Salesforce is not a company content to rest on its laurels. Having passed its $10B revenue goal, it has now set it sites firmly on $20B.
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We are about to see an onslaught of news regarding GDPR compliance. Segment has a tool help to help with data privacy requests.
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Facebook just open sourced some pretty sophisticated networking software called Open/R. Gives admins granular control over traffic management on the network. https://techcrunch.com/2017/11/15/facebook-open-sources-open-r-distributed-networking-software/
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When Satya Nadella became Microsoft CEO in 2014, there was a clear shift in tone. tcrn.ch/2z1XKTr But that period of congenial cooperation appears to be over.
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The CNCF, the organization that houses Kubernetes, just announced 36 diverse tech companies have agreed to a certification standard. tcrn.ch/2mlZMb0
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IBM introduces 20 Qubit quantum computing as a service and unveils 50 Qubit prototype. tcrn.ch/2i13jH3 This is a big deal, folks. I explain why.
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While Dreamforce still had plenty of star power this year, it lacked the big dramatic product announcement we are used to seeing. tcrn.ch/2iHHZWt
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Shape Security has a different way of blunting password breaches. Turns out that searching the Dark Web for stolen passwords might not be best approach. tcrn.ch/2jap9vn
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