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At the 2015 AWS re:Invent conference, Amazon CTO Werner Vogels gave his set of laws that all cloud architects should know, and how they're inspiring new AWS tools and services.
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The role of the CIO is starting to look a lot like a business strategist. TechRepublic spoke with David Nichols about EY's recent Born to be digital CIO survey.
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When Andy Kinnear left CSC and joined University Hospitals as Director of Project Management, he sought a robust project and portfolio management solution that could meet and excee...