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  • Hospital’s ills cured by IBM setup

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    OpenStack's networking service, Neutron, integrates provisioning and management of network resources into the orchestration of IT infrastructure.

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  • Mainframe outsourcing trend beginning to reverse

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  • Intel Curie

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  • What change should happen today to prevent future Internet of Things security issues?

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