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From Project Cortex and Azure resiliency to Teams and Edge on Linux, here's everything you need to know about the news out of Microsoft's Ignite conference.
This deal is the biggest Linux and open-source acquisition ever. [Cloud TV]
Hundreds of companies were strutting their new technologies at this year's CES. From a nanosatellite IOT network to a wearable blood pressure monitor, here are a select few and fascinating tech stories as told to ZDNet's Stephanie Condon.
Cloud TV: Emily Silgard, a data scientist at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, explains how Amazon's new service can help researchers save valuable time by extracting information from doctors' notes and other data in a narrative format.
Jason McGee, IBM fellow, VP and CTO, IBM cloud platform, talks about how IBM continues to grow within the open-source community. [Cloud TV]
Sean Harley, CIO of business information company Ascential, talks about the role cloud computing plays for his organisation. [Cloud TV]
One thumb up and one thumb down: Two of our editors have already made up their minds.
Trainline CTO Mark Holt explains how his firm is using artificial intelligence and the cloud, and offers advice for other IT chiefs.
From Alexa Skills Blueprints to AWS to Prime, Larry Dignan and Bill Detwiler make the case for Amazon as the most innovative tech company on the planet. (Analysis and news roundup.)