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VMSCM: Virtual Machine Supply Chaining Multi-part Series

I will be writing these series at ITToolBox, a CEB (NYSE:EXBD) subsidiary.

Quoting myself:

So we have briefly, discussed this problem ans surely there is more than meets the eye. I am sure a lot of firms (established and new) are adopting all kinds of research methodologies" to get into this market. A lot of them are using, and I would definitely recommend, given the current horizontalized global market which is not an easy place to be around if you have a weak stomach, to adopt a more "Adventurous or Exploratory Research Designs". I have spoken to one firm called Embotics and they are really very much into this, doing it closely with their partners, so a lot of things are happening behind closed doors. lot of insights are being shared (and leaked too! - to China, India, S. Africa etc, don't forget you are in a global market , with connectivity, ideas can flow in "all directions"). Today I will be talking to another start-up firm which is attempting to solve part of that Supply Chaining Puzzle. or can I dare to even compare it to the "Virtual Caliphate", something which US Govt used to attempt to identify the terror networks that took advantage of the infrastructure to spread mayhem.
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