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CIO Jury: 10 out of 12 tech leaders trust Samsung despite Galaxy Note7 failure

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CIO Jury: 10 out of 12 tech leaders trust Samsung despite Galaxy Note7 failure

While battery problems ultimately halted sales and production of Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphones, CIOs say they still trust Samsung products in the enterprise.

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