How Red Hat CIO Lee Congdon is propelling data driven change at open source firm

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Red Hat CIO tells Computing how analytics and cloud are changing the way the company thinks about IT and IT staff

Red Hat is one of the world's best-known providers of open source software products for the enterprise, with more than 6,500 employees across the globe, including 300 full-time IT staff and around ...

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