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Now that Acronis founder Serguei Beloussov has handed day-to-day management of the company over to a new CEO and become its chief research officer, he has more time to think.
That’s something he’s done on a profound level, in fact, his whole life. His name appears on dozens of scholarly articles and hundreds of patents.
These days, Beloussov is thinking about the future of technology and its implications for security, and he shared some of his predictions this week at the Acronis CyberFit Summit in Miami, both in a keynote address Tuesday morning and in a subsequent conversation with ChannelPro. Here are a few of Beloussov’s thought-provoking thoughts on edge computing, smart devices, the fight for IT talent, and quantum computing in his own inimitable words.
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