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Today's skills development in these fields could mean tomorrow's payday, according to a recent report.
Microsoft Promises Potent Azure IoT Suite
Microsoft says its data services and hyper-scale cloud will conquer Internet-of-things apps including monitoring, asset-management, and predictive maintenance. Look out IBM, Intel, SAP, and GE.
Microsoft Azure Drives Ford Hybrid-Cloud Plan
Ford brings vehicle software updates to Microsoft's cloud, opening up preventative-maintenance and service-upgrade possibilities on a global scale.
Spark Promoter Databricks Should Let Software Shine
Can Databricks effectively shepherd the most promising open source project for big data analytics while also promoting its commercial cloud service?
Splunk Light Vs. Alternatives: Cost, Functionality Compared
Splunk Light offers a new option for companies to apply data analytics to IT operations. Here's how it stacks up against Splunk Enterprise, Splunk Cloud, and emerging open-source and commercial rivals.
IoT Is About Analysis, Not Things
When we emphasize "things" in the Internet of Things, we obscure its real value-the ability to make connected decisions based on analysis.

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Microsoft: Internet Explorer Is, Mostly, Dead
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Clinton Email Fail: Worst Government Security Flubs
Hillary Clinton isn't the first politician to have committed a data compliance faux pas when it comes to email. CIOs, compliance departments, and privacy officers would do well to learn from the mistakes of those who screwed up before her.

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