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IT Insights in May

Tech News: IT Insights in May

Vendor News

Microsoft’s Surface Hub 2 is designed for an office of the future

Blockchain Fan IBM jumps into digital coin for the first time

Mastercard and Microsoft: partners to make cities smarter

Microsoft to add mixed reality support to SharePoint with SharePoint Spaces

Adobe acquires Magento to go B2B2C and beyond

Amazon Web Services and Red Hat: the two biggest winners in enterprise cloud

McAfee working on security solutions for digital wallets

SUSE unveils its latest enterprise ready OpenStack Cloud platform 8

Veeam to focus on the “Hyper-Available” Enterprise

VMware ready to release new OpenStack cloud program

Tech News

Big Data: Success in marketing technology requires personal touch

4 best practices for Cyber-Intelligence in business

How to use AI chatbots to connect with customers

On the rise: Crypto-Jacking attacks surge against enterprise cloud environment

Spectre isn’t dead: Here are two new variants IT should patch against

Machine Learning: Everything you need to know

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