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Augmented reality: How businesses are embracing it and how you can join them

The massive opportunity of engaging millions of users with AR experiences is here now. Only more and more devices will be capable of augmenting the reality around us, and your business can be part of that new reality.

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Trend watch: 7 keys to the future of web applications

Pluralsight shares the 7 trends and technologies shaping the future of web applications. Read on to discover where you should invest in the web in 2018.  

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Data trends in 2018: 7 things you need to know

IDC projects global revenue from big data will reach $203 billion in 2020. By 2025, we’ll produce 180 Zettabytes of data annually, much of it from IoT. And next year, there’ll be 440,000 big-data related jobs in the U.S. alone, with only 300,000 skilled workers to fill them.

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5 things you need to know about Java 9

Here are five of the most exciting changes that should encourage you to adopt Java 9. 

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Security risks: What you really need to know

Anyone in security knows that it’s all too easy to feel ready for whatever comes our way. 

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Leadership guide: Your first 60 days as a CIO

Your first 60 days are divided into two distinct themes: orientation and reconnaissance, followed by envision and planning.

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Impact of Pluralsight: Way to Faster Business Development

 Faster product development, better employee retention and a 295% return on investment

Microsoft hints at early April release of Windows 10's next feature upgrade

Based on the current progress for Windows 10 version 1809, due out this fall, it now looks like the spring update for the OS will arrive on April 3 or 10.

Who should buy a Ryzen APU, and who shouldn't

PC gamers are wondering: Should I buy an AMD Ryzen 3 2200G or Ryzen 5 2400G? Here are 5 good reasons to buy it, and 5 reasons why you may want to hold off.

Microsoft's free analytics service sniffs out Meltdown, Spectre patch status

Windows Analytics can now scan enterprise PCs running Windows 10, Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 and report on whether they're prepped to fend off attacks based on the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities.