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5 ways the IT landscape will change in 2016

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5 ways the enterprise IT landscape will change in 2016

A new year brings new advances in technology, and 2016 promises to be a landmark year for IT. James Sanders predicts which innovative ideas are taking shape and are likely to appear this year.

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