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    1. IDG Contributor Network: Build your technology layers on a cloud data foundation

      IDG Contributor Network: Build your technology layers on a cloud data foundation

      The modern enterprise is comprised of a complex set of application stacks that span a disparate variety of virtual machines, physical servers, and proprietary storage hardware. Tentacles reach from headquarters, branch and remote offices, and offshore facilities around the world to technology stacks, SaaS providers and a multitude of applications.

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    2. Here’s what the big four U.S. mobile ISPs are doing with IoT

      Here’s what the big four U.S. mobile ISPs are doing with IoT

      The Internet of Things is a business phenomenon at least as much as it is a technological one, which means that every company in the world with a possible angle on IoT is doing its best to claim a piece of the large and growing pie. In the case of the big four U.S. mobile data providers, the trick is selling more than just connectivity.

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    3. Don’t get left behind: SDN, programmable networks change how network engineers work

      Don’t get left behind: SDN, programmable networks change how network engineers work

      The rise of programmable networks has changed the role of the network engineer, and accepting those changes is key to career advancement.

      Network engineers need to become software fluent and embrace automation, according to a panel of network professionals brought together by Cisco to discuss the future of networking careers.

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    4. IDG Contributor Network: How to plan your successful cloud migration

      IDG Contributor Network: How to plan your successful cloud migration

      Recent Accenture Strategy research found that four out of five companies run up to half of their business functions in the cloud. That figure is likely to increase significantly over the next few years. The research reveals that a clear majority of business leaders see the cloud platform as a critical enabler of greater innovation and competitive edge.

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    5. Cloud-native architectures will be the default soon

      Cloud-native architectures will be the default soon

      Cloud-native architectures will become the default option for customer-facing applications by 2020, according to a new study from IT consultancy Capgemini, Cloud Native Comes of Age. 

      Capgemini surveyed more than 900 senior professionals across 11 countries and found that 15 percent of new enterprise applications are cloud-native today, and that figure will jump to 32 percent by 2020.

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    6. Top 5 skills needed for the industrial IoT

      Top 5 skills needed for the industrial IoT

      Over the next five years, the demand for IT workers will get a big boost from an unlikely source: manufacturers looking for networking pros who can help them run the industrial internet of things (IIoT).

      Manufacturers in the US, Germany, Japan and China are on the cutting edge of something called Industry 4.0, which is digital transformation applied to manufacturing – bringing with it all the change, opportunities and challenges that represents.

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