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IBM Digital Nordic blog on summer holiday

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As of today, the IBM Digital Nordic blog will pause until the 10th of August 2020 due to the upcoming summer holiday season.

We thank you for following the blog and providing continuous and valuable feedback. Furthermore, we look forward to inspiring you after the holidays are over.

We will (like we did before Covid-19) post a new insightful blog every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday when we return. We will cover the most buzzing technologies, including quantum computing, hybrid cloud, artificial intelligence, and blockchain. Invite you to the industry’s most exciting events – especially in the Nordics. And last but not least, always make sure that you are inspired and ready to make a difference, ultimately changing the world a little bit for the better – with technology.

We wish you a great summer holiday and look forward to being back in August.

Nordic Social Selling Leader

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