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With A.I. announcement, Mastercard goes for the hype

Corporations and politicians share a tendency to say things that are narrowly true, though a lack...
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Cloud computing: What lies ahead for enterprises and SMBs

According to the Asia Cloud Computing Association's biannual ranking Cloud Readiness Index (CRI)...

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Agile project management: A beginner's guide
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The Hong Kong Police Force (HKPF) has turned a corner in its on-going battle with hackers, as the...
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Openrice revs up eatery search on cloud
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