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Jun 11 2018   8:16AM GMT

TechTarget’s weekly roundup (6/4 – 6/11)

Michael Tidmarsh Michael Tidmarsh Profile: Michael Tidmarsh

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What are the pros and cons of Microsoft’s GitHub acquisition for IT pros? Check out what the deal could mean for the IT industry in this week’s roundup.

1. Microsoft-Github acquisition shakes up DevOps market – Beth Pariseau and Ed Scannell (SearchITOperations)

Microsoft’s $7.5 billion blockbuster deal for GitHub is a sea change for the IT market, as an enterprise software bellwether with legacy baggage snaps up an open source DevOps darling.

2. Catalogic Software teams up with Storware data protection – Paul Crocetti (SearchStorage)

Catalogic and Storware executives feel their companies complement each other. The two data protection vendors have a distribution agreement and are working in partnership.

3. Pega Infinity upgrades include marketing AI tools, blockchain support – Don Fluckinger (SearchCRM)

Pega Infinity adds new digital transformation tools for low-code app development, bot libraries and AI that can optimize apps and assist with marketing campaigns.

4. Research claims ‘widespread’ Google Groups misconfiguration troubles – Michael Heller (SearchSecurity)

Researchers from Kenna Security claim a Google Groups misconfiguration has exposed sensitive data for many organizations, but it is unclear just how widespread the issue might be.

5. C/4HANA suite gets qualified thumbs up at SAP Sapphire Now – Jim O’Donnell (SearchSAP)

SAP debuts its Salesforce challenger, C/4HANA, at Sapphire Now 2018. But users probably won’t implement it soon, and questions remain about SAP’s ability to redefine the CRM market.

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