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The Software Supply Chain

Thinking about software delivery as part of a supply chain can help clarify the problems large enterprises face, and provides a better way to move forward with integrating activities and achieving systemic benefits

Seasoned business leaders are experiencing an uneasy feeling of déjà vu. Adapting to the digital world, they know they need to rely heavily on their own software development capabilities to enable digital…




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John Rauser

John Rauser

Director of Engineering @ Cisco Umbrella

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