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In this podcast, a principal software engineer at Red Hat talks about important industry trends, including containerization and system optimization.
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As companies struggle to get control of corporate content, they want systems that are easy to use and configure, but also secure and data breach-free.
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The Detroit airport authority implemented Cornerstone integrated talent management but said it was critical to first revamp HR processes.