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SnapLogic CEO Talks About Changing Role Of IT

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Gaurav Dhillon, CEO of SnapLogic, tells the IW Conference that IT organizations need to change as quickly as the technology they deal with changes.

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vamshi reddy
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vamshi reddy,
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3/20/2015 | 6:37:03 AM
Re: Babylon and Ting
its interesting
GS0099
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GS0099,
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3/17/2015 | 5:01:53 PM
The speaker is a CEO?
What an adolence comment ...wow.  If that's news for him and he thinks he's telling us something new and unique he needs to go back to grade school and get out of the business world.

I am very disappointed!
bhanu_
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bhanu_,
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3/10/2015 | 8:16:46 AM
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Nice post
laredoflash
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laredoflash,
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3/5/2015 | 9:00:36 AM
Re: Reality Quoted!
Yep, just trying to keep the money pit going. If it's not broke, keep it clean, and keep it serviced. You can start changing devices as they hit EOL (End of Life), to keep when SHTF (Shit Hits The Fan) at bay. Did you notice how I provide reference to characters on my post? Others throw all kinds of abbreviations without reference, thinking everyone knows it all. These people are just looking to fill their pit. IT + Wall Street = Con Artist. By all means, give me your money. We know what's best. Are we all that stupid?
JohnW734
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JohnW734,
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1/15/2015 | 4:54:18 AM
Reality Quoted!
I completely agree to your point of view. This certainly can be regarded as the con of technology. Aoneessays can help you give words to your thoughts.  
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8/8/2014 | 3:29:56 PM
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