Modernize apps and infrastructure, and the processes will follow

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There is no question that virtualized cloud-native environments are the wave of the future for the modern enterprise. As digital services become core revenue-generators and the world becomes increasingly reliant on the Internet of Things, businesses that cling to the static, hardware-centric infrastructure of the past are doomed to fail. But this transition will not…

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