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Three Warning Signs You're Being "Catfished" By a Fake Cloud Vendor

The cloud is your dream date. You can see a future together. Kids. Puppies. No costly infrastructure and resources needed to maintain on-premise software. It’s a chance to focus your precious human capital (namely engineers) on critical core business activities.

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A Truly Frightening Supply Chain Horror Story

Over the millennia, Halloween has evolved from a somber pagan ritual to a day of costumes, parades and treats for children. The merriment also includes ghost stories—mostly revolving around haunted OEMs—that are spooky enough to send shivers up the spine.

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Robots are the New Bankers

Artificial Intelligence is easily applicable in anything that has a standardized system and less or no discrepancy or deviation. First, as an organized industry, banking runs on a set of regulatory guidelines and deals with numbers, it was only about time that it would board the AI bus. Secondly, there is this deviation angle.

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The Chicago Bears: Mistakes Every Business Should Avoid

For over 40 years, my father was a Chicago Bears season ticket holder. He was in the stands at Wrigley Field when the Bears beat the New York Giants to win the 1963 championship. He saw Gale Sayers race up and down a muddy field, scoring six touchdowns in a single game against the San Francisco 49ers. He watched Dick Butkus, the greatest middle linebacker in NFL history, brutalize opposing offenses. And, of course, he watched Walter Payton, aka ‘Sweetness’, break rushing records.

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Unlock the Secrets of IoT

The “Internet of Things” (IoT) is a term you’ve probably read in the headlines. Perhaps a lot. Analysts forecast IoT revenues will reach $3 trillion in 2020 with 30 billion devices expected to be connected through the Internet.

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Rise of the Killer Robots Has Begun

Bill Gates. Elon Musk. Stephen Hawking. When the world's most brilliant, technologically savvy minds warn us of the danger of “killer robots”, it's no longer science fiction — it's a reason for pause.

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Engineering Lessons From The Dark Side

If you’re a Star Wars historian or engineer, your days are probably filled with these nagging thoughts:  Why did the Death Star ship to market with an obvious design flaw? How did the Dark Side get FDA approval for Darth Vader’s ambulatory suit? What supply chain solution did the Rebel Alliance use to design X-Wing Fighters?

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