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Weekly Rewind: Top 10 Stories On CXOToday (Oct 17-21)
Here are some of the top stories of the week on CXOToday you would not want to miss.
Are All Businesses Set To Become Data Companies?
With the volume of data growing exponentially, organizations will need to learn how to use this to their advantage. For those who do, a bright future is in store.
Can a MacBook Upgrade Save Apple’s Market Share?
Would it be a case of 'too little too late' when Tim Cook launches the new MacBook in a week's time?
Note 7 Failure: Will Samsung’s Damage Control Efforts Pay Off?
Samsung has announced to compensate component suppliers for the discontinued Galaxy Note 7 smartphones.
4 Reasons Why Linux Deserves To Be Mainstream
Though extensively used by the open-source community, Linux needs to be far more mainstream than its current status.
Will Galaxy Note 7 Debacle Ruin Samsung's Indian Dominance?
What surprised market watchers was the delay in announcing India specific exchange programs from Samsung's side.
Worldwide Semiconductor Capital Spending To Decline 0.3% In 2016: Gartner
Smartphones, mobile devices, solid-state drives (SSDs) and the Internet of Things (IoT) will remain the principal drivers of the semiconductor market.
HyperX Expects 20% Growth In Memory Card Making Market
With India moving towards digitization, the company expects that in four to five years DDR4 system will become mainstream memory market.
Aadhar Now Has Over A Billion Registered Users
Japan's NEC announces the milestone as the national unique identification number is based on the company's biometrics program.
Citrix Announces Enhancements In NetScaler SD-WAN Platform
NetScaler SD-WAN Enhances Secure, Reliable Application Delivery and Lowers Networking Costs.