Enterprises Falling Behind in Transforming IT – Study

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Microsoft continues to place big bets on AI, and now Redmond is planning on building its own artificial intelligence chip for HoloLens.
While DevOps remains a relatively new feature of the enterprise, security is one concept everyone can agree on. Now, many IT leaders are trying to combine the two.
The International Trade Commission has ruled that a ban against Arista's networking switches will stay in place for now.
Amazon Web Services is reportedly considering using Google-backed Kubernetes for container orchestration management, although no firm decision has been made yet.
Robust cloud growth, especially within Azure, helps Microsoft close out its fiscal 2017 on a high note.
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