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    1. Publisher: CIO.com
      Pepper is still way overpriced for the functionality and doesn't present a compelling emotional purchase need, except for techies, early adopters and senior Japanese women.
      - In Why SoftBank's Pepper could become the iPhone of robots
    2. Publisher: CIO.com
      There's definitely a business case to be made in that capacity.
      - In Why SoftBank's Pepper could become the iPhone of robots
    3. Publisher: CIO.com
      The amount of bandwidth that we have to deliver to our servers is outpacing even Moore's Law.
      - In Google's data centers grow too fast for normal networks, so it builds its own
    4. Publisher: CIO.com
      We could not buy, for any price, a data-center network that would meet the requirements of our distributed systems.
      - In Google's data centers grow too fast for normal networks, so it builds its own
    5. Publisher: CIO.com
      What we're really hoping for is that the next great service can leverage this infrastructure and the networking that goes along with it, without having to invent it.
      - In Google's data centers grow too fast for normal networks, so it builds its own
    6. Publisher: CIO.com
      We're getting into a situation now where you're going to be purchasing more B2B applications in mobile application stores.
      - In The midyear state of the IT job market
    7. Publisher: CIO.com
      Companies have been experimenting with this model for 10 years and they are just now getting comfortable with them.
      - In The midyear state of the IT job market
    8. Publisher: CIO.com
      There simply aren't enough people to manage in this fairly new world where we've really adopted en masse Paas, Saas and Iaas.
      - In The midyear state of the IT job market
    9. Publisher: CIO.com
      The skills gap is shifting to different classes of workers - architects; analysts; program, project and vendor relationship managers; software engineers; and a variety of technical specialization.
      - In The midyear state of the IT job market
    10. Publisher: CIO.com
      A lot of times companies just don't think about growing talent. They're not thinking about what they are going to need going forward so they're always in this perpetual problem.
      - In The midyear state of the IT job market
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