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    1. Publisher: CIO.com
      We crossed a major milestone with more than 100 million monthly active users of Office 365 commercial.
      - In Microsoft and Google riding the cloud wave
    2. Publisher: CIO.com
      The heavy lifting, I would say, is around how we meet enterprises in the market.
      - In Microsoft and Google riding the cloud wave
    3. Publisher: CIO.com
      We do have a huge on-premises base.
      - In Microsoft and Google riding the cloud wave
    4. Publisher: CIO.com
      Increasingly, we are being asked to partner for mission-critical projects and full migrations, moving data from on-premises data centers to the cloud.
      - In Microsoft and Google riding the cloud wave
    5. Publisher: cioinsight.com
      We are in the business of transporting people.
      - In Manufacturer of Elevator Systems Turns to the IoT
    6. Publisher: Newsroom
      This contract demonstrates the strong partnership between AFS and the TSA.
      - In Accenture Awarded Contract to Bring Agile Services to TSA
    7. Publisher: ComputerWeekly.com
      One of the primary lessons we pulled out from our data is that, across the board, attackers still rely on user interaction to carry out their attacks.
      - In Human interaction still key to cyber attacks, study reveals
    8. Publisher: ComputerWeekly.com
      The Cyber Threat Alliance commends Rapid7 for producing this report. It provides very useful insights into how the threat landscape is evolving.
      - In Human interaction still key to cyber attacks, study reveals
    9. Publisher: cioinsight.com
      In today's economy, every company is essentially a data storage company.
      - In CIOs Get Nightmares From Data Storage Issues
    10. Publisher: ComputerWeekly.com
      Many users of Oracle technology and applications may have heard, or know first-hand, of Oracle's uncomfortable policies regarding revenue generation. Here, then, is at least some external scrutiny of these policies and, just maybe, also an educational message to Oracle as to why, in the end, it loses these cases.
      - In How Oracle tackles licensing discrepancies
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