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Online shops are opening stationary shops of their own to benefit from offline possibilities too. [shutterstock: 1174607245, MONOPOLY919]

Online shops are opening stationary shops of their own to benefit from offline possibilities too. [shutterstock: 1174607245, MONOPOLY919]

E-Commerce: From Online To Offline

How nice the world of e-commerce would be if there was no competition, and customers would for once be satisfied. But alas, life is tough, and companies must increase their efforts to bind customers.

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Suse and Alibaba Cloud are joining forces to deliver cost-effective and flexible SAP workloads on public cloud. [shutterstock: 138004658, Lightspring]

Suse and Alibaba Cloud are joining forces to deliver cost-effective and flexible SAP workloads on public cloud. [shutterstock: 138004658, Lightspring]

Suse And Alibaba Cloud Join Forces

Suse and Alibaba Cloud are partnering to meet the global demand for cloud-based business-critical applications. Consequently, Alibaba Cloud joins the Suse Cloud Service Provider program, and Suse Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications is now available on Alibaba Cloud Marketplace for customers worldwide.

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IBM's acquisition of Red Hat could be a game changer for the B2B market - as well as a risky flop. [shutterstock: 367446221, Skylines]

IBM's acquisition of Red Hat could be a game changer for the B2B market - as well as a risky flop. [shutterstock: 367446221, Skylines]

Red Hat: Game Changer Or Risky Flop?

It remains to be seen if SAP will acquire Suse Linux to take over the whole stack - excluding hardware, naturally. This consolidation brings with it completely new challenges for SAP customers.

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IBM is to acquire Red Hat, a leading provider of open source technology. [shutterstock: 1039493233, metamorworks]

IBM is to acquire Red Hat, a leading provider of open source technology. [shutterstock: 1039493233, metamorworks]

IBM Announced Planned Acquisition Of Red Hat

IBM and Red Hat announced that the companies have reached a definitive agreement under which IBM will acquire all of the issued and outstanding common shares of Red Hat for $190.00 per share in cash, representing a total enterprise value of approximately $34 billion.

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