Kyle Stewart


Kyle Stewart is Editor-in-Chief for PenAndPassports.com. In addition, he’s a freelance travel writer and a contributor to LiveAndLetsFly.com (editor) where he reviews all things travel, miles and points in a premium experience. Stewart has been featured in TimeHuffington Post,  USA TodayWashington PostReutersMen’s JournalMademanYahoo!CSM and more. 

Carly Stewart


Kyle Stewart is Editor-in-Chief for PenAndPassports.com. In addition, he’s a freelance travel writer and a contributor to LiveAndLetsFly.com (editor) where he reviews all things travel, miles and points in a premium experience. Stewart has been featured in TimeHuffington Post,  USA TodayWashington PostReutersMen’s JournalMademanYahoo!CSM and more. 

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Gabby Schenkelberg


That’s because in spite of its iffy earnings reports over the last five years, Synergy Research reported that IBM had 7 percent of the cloud infrastructure market in its most recent report, which it defines as Infrastructure.

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