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Stamford Advocate
The creators of Pokémon Go are hiring somebody to help them fix the serversshared by millions of users. Interestingly, Niantic also says that experience
The creators of Pokémon Go are hiring somebody to help them fix the servers
Stamford Advocate / Posted 7 hours ago
shared by millions of users. Interestingly, Niantic also says that experience with the Google Cloud Platform or the Amazon Web Services cloud is "highly desired" in an applicant for this gig. That could mean that at least some of Pokémon... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The creators of Pokémon Go are hiring somebody to help them fix the serversshared by millions of users. Interestingly, Niantic also says that experience
The creators of Pokémon Go are hiring somebody to help them fix the servers
Connecticut Post / Posted 7 hours ago
shared by millions of users. Interestingly, Niantic also says that experience with the Google Cloud Platform or the Amazon Web Services cloud is "highly desired" in an applicant for this gig. That could mean that at least some of Pokémon... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
The creators of Pokémon Go are hiring somebody to help them fix the serversshared by millions of users. Interestingly, Niantic also says that experience
The creators of Pokémon Go are hiring somebody to help them fix the servers
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 8 hours ago
shared by millions of users. Interestingly, Niantic also says that experience with the Google Cloud Platform or the Amazon Web Services cloud is "highly desired" in an applicant for this gig. That could mean that at least some of Pokémon... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
A $30 billion merger is more evidence of the tech market's most dominant trend right now (LLTC, ADI)hosted on the internet instead of on local servers or computers — is part of th
A $30 billion merger is more evidence of the tech market's most dominant trend right now (LLTC, ADI)
Stamford Advocate / Posted 11 hours ago
hosted on the internet instead of on local servers or computers — is part of the story. Public cloud providers like Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure are also moving towards solid state technologies for their own facilities, and it all... Read more
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Connecticut Post
A $30 billion merger is more evidence of the tech market's most dominant trend right now (LLTC, ADI)hosted on the internet instead of on local servers or computers — is part of th
A $30 billion merger is more evidence of the tech market's most dominant trend right now (LLTC, ADI)
Connecticut Post / Posted 11 hours ago
hosted on the internet instead of on local servers or computers — is part of the story. Public cloud providers like Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure are also moving towards solid state technologies for their own facilities, and it all... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Investors have rosy outlook for Amazon’s earningsto surprise investors by posting either unexpected profits or losses. However,
Investors have rosy outlook for Amazon’s earnings
The Seattle Times / Posted 12 hours ago
to surprise investors by posting either unexpected profits or losses. However, analysts have said that the ballooning of Amazon Web Services, the company’s highly profitable cloud computing unit, makes it more likely for Amazon to report profits... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
A $30 billion merger is more evidence of the tech market's most dominant trend right now (LLTC, ADI)hosted on the internet instead of on local servers or computers — is part of th
A $30 billion merger is more evidence of the tech market's most dominant trend right now (LLTC, ADI)
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 12 hours ago
hosted on the internet instead of on local servers or computers — is part of the story. Public cloud providers like Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure are also moving towards solid state technologies for their own facilities, and it all... Read more
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Business Insider
A $30 billion merger is more evidence of the tech market's most dominant trend right nowhosted on the internet instead of on local servers or computers — is part of th
A $30 billion merger is more evidence of the tech market's most dominant trend right now
Business Insider / Posted 13 hours ago
hosted on the internet instead of on local servers or computers — is part of the story. Public cloud providers like Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure are also moving towards solid state technologies for their own facilities, and it all... Read more
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Web Host Industry Review
Would Google Cloud Win Spell Doom For MSPs?president of Seattle cloud services provider Arterian CSP. “That’s not their cu
Would Google Cloud Win Spell Doom For MSPs?
Web Host Industry Review / Posted 16 hours ago
president of Seattle cloud services provider Arterian CSP. “That’s not their culture.” In March, Google, which trails Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft’s Azure division for market share in the public cloud competition, announced a... Read more
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Business Wire
New SmartFlow Professional 2016 Helps Smaller Software Companies Fight Piracyof SmartFlow Professional is subscription-based software as a service (SaaS) ho
New SmartFlow Professional 2016 Helps Smaller Software Companies Fight Piracy
Business Wire / Posted 23 hours ago
of SmartFlow Professional is subscription-based software as a service (SaaS) hosted online by SCS through the secure Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform. It includes the SmartFlow Software Development Kit, a tamper-detection technology that... Read more
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The Economic Times
Karnataka to invite bids to manage fund of funds to back startupssix hours with startups at each open house event," Kharge said. The IT departm
Karnataka to invite bids to manage fund of funds to back startups
The Economic Times / Posted yesterday
six hours with startups at each open house event," Kharge said. The IT department has signed up with IBM, DigitalOcean, Amazon Web Services and Microsoft BizSpark to make their cloud services available at a discounted price to startups... Read more
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SiliconANGLE
Gridstore becomes HyperGrid, touts flexible cloud migrationincluding Docker, Mesosphere, VMware vSphere, KVM, Hyper-V, bare metal, OpenSta
Gridstore becomes HyperGrid, touts flexible cloud migration
SiliconANGLE / Posted yesterday
including Docker, Mesosphere, VMware vSphere, KVM, Hyper-V, bare metal, OpenStack, the Hebergement OVH Inc. Corp. cloud, Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. Users can test various deployment scenarios and then convert the best ones into... Read more
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Market Watch
What to watch for in Amazon earningsCrest rates Amazon shares overweight with an $820 price target. Analysts at We
What to watch for in Amazon earnings
Market Watch / Posted yesterday
Crest rates Amazon shares overweight with an $820 price target. Analysts at Wedbush believe Prime membership growth and Amazon Web Services expansion will drive second-quarter earnings that are at or above the high end of the company’s sales... Read more
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Business Standard India
Karnataka gets large firms to help startThe Karnataka government has IBM, Amazon Web Services and Airtel to subsidise s
Karnataka gets large firms to help start
Business Standard India / Posted yesterday
The Karnataka government has IBM, Amazon Web Services and Airtel to subsidise services to start-ups registered with it. Start-ups registered with the state government have access to accelerators and funding, cloud credits, discounted Internet... Read more
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Newsmax
What Sank Yahoo? Blame Its Nice Guy Foundersa painfully hollow stock price, cut workers, and finally spawned a completely d
What Sank Yahoo? Blame Its Nice Guy Founders
Newsmax / Posted yesterday
a painfully hollow stock price, cut workers, and finally spawned a completely different business in the cloud, called Amazon Web Services. At Google, Larry Page and Sergey Brin brought in Eric Schmidt as CEO, but they governed as a triumvirate... Read more
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The Economic Times
What sank Yahoo? Blame its 'nice guy' founders - Jerry Yang and David Filoa painfully hollow stock price, cut workers, and finally spawned a completely d
What sank Yahoo? Blame its 'nice guy' founders - Jerry Yang and David Filo
The Economic Times / Posted yesterday
a painfully hollow stock price, cut workers, and finally spawned a completely different business in the cloud, called Amazon Web Services. At Google, Larry Page and Sergey Brin brought in Eric Schmidt as CEO, but they governed as a triumvirate... Read more
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CIO
Rosetta Stone embraces storage virtualization in DevOps shiftdata center operated by AT&T, which provides Internet, power and cooling servic
Rosetta Stone embraces storage virtualization in DevOps shift
CIO / Posted yesterday
data center operated by AT&T, which provides Internet, power and cooling services. And the company runs some of its VMs in Amazon Web Services (AWS). In the near future, Moseley hopes to move more compute capabilities into the cloud, which could be... Read more
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International Business Times
It might be a bit late, but Hillary Clinton is looking for a security engineer. No, we're serious single system used by Hillary's campaign is safe – with a particular emphasis o
It might be a bit late, but Hillary Clinton is looking for a security engineer. No, we're serious
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
single system used by Hillary's campaign is safe – with a particular emphasis on securing third party systems like the Amazon Web Services public cloud and making sure best practices are being carried out for the campaign's applications, as... Read more
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The Economic Times
Google races to catch up in cloud computingone another's emotions. Given Google's track record, it's worth considering the
Google races to catch up in cloud computing
The Economic Times / Posted yesterday
one another's emotions. Given Google's track record, it's worth considering the prospect. But it will be an uphill climb. Amazon Web Services, which began its cloud product a decade ago, remains the leader. The company took in $2.6 billion, 9 per... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Google widens offerings on artificial intelligencewith Microsoft, which is making artificial-intelligence tools available through
Google widens offerings on artificial intelligence
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
with Microsoft, which is making artificial-intelligence tools available through its Azure cloud, and set Google apart from Amazon Web Services, which has focused on letting customers program their own tools. Google's two new... Read more
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NZCity
Xero leads NZX amid global rallyat the annual meeting in Sydney that the software-as-a-service company is in th
Xero leads NZX amid global rally
NZCity / Posted 2 days ago
at the annual meeting in Sydney that the software-as-a-service company is in the process of migrating its core platform to Amazon Web Services, reducing costs and paving the way for the company to expand its product range into front-office... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
NZX50 at new record as global equities riseat the annual meeting in Sydney that the software-as-a-service company is in th
NZX50 at new record as global equities rise
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 2 days ago
at the annual meeting in Sydney that the software-as-a-service company is in the process of migrating its core platform to Amazon Web Services, reducing costs and paving the way for the company to expand its product range into front-office... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Another record high for NZXat the annual meeting in Sydney that the software-as-a-service company is in th
Another record high for NZX
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
at the annual meeting in Sydney that the software-as-a-service company is in the process of migrating its core platform to Amazon Web Services, reducing costs and paving the way for the company to expand its product range into front-office... Read more
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Morningstar
What Makes Fidelity Contrafund Differentbig bets on Alphabet, Facebook , and Amazon.com --the latter he doesn't mind
What Makes Fidelity Contrafund Different
Morningstar / Posted 2 days ago
big bets on Alphabet, Facebook , and Amazon.com --the latter he doesn't mind paying up for given its success with Amazon Web Services and its growing market share in retail. Top positions in the portfolio have largely remained intact for... Read more
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SiliconANGLE
CEO nuggets: Specialties and industry expertise move Infor forward | #GuestOfTheWeekall about growth; it’s been changing. It helps when you have something like 70
CEO nuggets: Specialties and industry expertise move Infor forward | #GuestOfTheWeek
SiliconANGLE / Posted 3 days ago
all about growth; it’s been changing. It helps when you have something like 70 million subscribers in the cloud on Amazon [Amazon Web Services (AWS)], and that’s from almost nothing three years ago. This has been a new business we created. “[We... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Salesforce ups data centre game with acquisition of start-up Coolanto acquire ecommerce firm Demandware and a $400m contract with an unnamed infra
Salesforce ups data centre game with acquisition of start-up Coolan
Computer Business Review / Posted 4 days ago
to acquire ecommerce firm Demandware and a $400m contract with an unnamed infrastructure services company, thought to be Amazon Web Services. The decision to buy Coolan plays against the contract with AWS as one would be to help Salesforce... Read more
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Web Host Industry Review
Bracing for Brexit: How Service Providers Can Prepare for the Coming Changescloud providers and data center services providers seem as committed as ever to
Bracing for Brexit: How Service Providers Can Prepare for the Coming Changes
Web Host Industry Review / Posted 4 days ago
cloud providers and data center services providers seem as committed as ever to the U.K. cloud market. For example, Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced its intention to continue with plans to open a London data center in the fall, saying... Read more
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Web Host Industry Review
Why Salesforce Bought Coolan, a Data Center Optimization Startupwasn’t clear already, the acquisition confirms once more that Salesforce’s anno
Why Salesforce Bought Coolan, a Data Center Optimization Startup
Web Host Industry Review / Posted 4 days ago
wasn’t clear already, the acquisition confirms once more that Salesforce’s announcement earlier this year that it would use Amazon Web Services to deploy its core products to select international markets did not mean Mark Benioff’s cloud software... Read more
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International Business Times
Jeff Bezos surges past Warren Buffett as world's third-richest person April this year, Amazon posted its biggest-ever income, with first quarter sale
Jeff Bezos surges past Warren Buffett as world's third-richest person
International Business Times / Posted 4 days ago
April this year, Amazon posted its biggest-ever income, with first quarter sales surging 28%, including a 64% rise in Amazon Web Services. The company's Prime membership model is also responsible for higher profits. Brian Olsavsky, chief... Read more
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The Register
Salesforce slurps uptime startup Coolan for global infrastructure scale-outthe world.” Which seems like a slightly odd job given that Salesforce recently
Salesforce slurps uptime startup Coolan for global infrastructure scale-out
The Register / Posted 5 days ago
the world.” Which seems like a slightly odd job given that Salesforce recently decided to outsource its operations to Amazon Web Services, which we thought was supposed to take care of that whole mucky business of managing infrastructure. But... Read more
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LinuxInsider.com
Splice Machine Creates Open Source, Enterprise Splitenables businesses to handle OLAP and OLTP workloads simultaneously. The Splic
Splice Machine Creates Open Source, Enterprise Split
LinuxInsider.com / Posted 5 days ago
enables businesses to handle OLAP and OLTP workloads simultaneously. The Splice Machine V2.0 sandbox, which is powered by Amazon Web Services, allows developers to initiate a cluster in minutes. They can choose the number of nodes in the cluster... Read more
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TechNewsWorld.com
Splice Machine Creates Open Source, Enterprise Splitenables businesses to handle OLAP and OLTP workloads simultaneously. The Splic
Splice Machine Creates Open Source, Enterprise Split
TechNewsWorld.com / Posted 5 days ago
enables businesses to handle OLAP and OLTP workloads simultaneously. The Splice Machine V2.0 sandbox, which is powered by Amazon Web Services, allows developers to initiate a cluster in minutes. They can choose the number of nodes in the cluster... Read more
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SiliconANGLE
Intel, Qualcomm beat earnings forecasts, but investors like only one of themof tens of thousands of private and hybrid clouds beyond what it calls the “Sup
Intel, Qualcomm beat earnings forecasts, but investors like only one of them
SiliconANGLE / Posted 5 days ago
of tens of thousands of private and hybrid clouds beyond what it calls the “Super 7” public cloud providers such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform. But these chips for data centers and cloud computing servers... Read more
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Web Host Industry Review
New Google AI Services Bring Automation to Customer Servicealso increase competition with Microsoft, which is making AI tools available vi
New Google AI Services Bring Automation to Customer Service
Web Host Industry Review / Posted 5 days ago
also increase competition with Microsoft, which is making AI tools available via its Azure cloud, and set Google apart from Amazon Web Services, which has focused on letting customers program their own AI tools. Google’s two new AI tools let... Read more
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Computer Technology Review
WWPI – Covering the best in IT since 1980 » Blog Archive » 70 percent of IT pros use containers due to their efficiency, flexibility and cost savings, according to NetEnrich surveycontainers in their internal data centers, while 27 percent are running on Micr
WWPI – Covering the best in IT since 1980 » Blog Archive » 70 percent of IT pros use containers due to their efficiency, flexibility and cost savings, according to NetEnrich survey
Computer Technology Review / Posted 5 days ago
containers in their internal data centers, while 27 percent are running on Microsoft Azure and 17 percent are running on Amazon Web Services. The study also found that 44 percent of respondents said containers would help them reduce... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Cloud to disrupt $1 trillion in IT spending despite businesses dragging their heelsfurther from the 11% growth for Q2 2015. Intel remained positive on the potent
Cloud to disrupt $1 trillion in IT spending despite businesses dragging their heels
Computer Business Review / Posted 5 days ago
further from the 11% growth for Q2 2015. Intel remained positive on the potential for further demand from companies like Amazon Web Services and Google, Brian Krzanich, CEO, Intel said: “The cloud that we have today is really built on the backs... Read more
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The Philippine Inquirer
Telecity owner Equinix accepts blame for yesterday's BT outageoperators and the backbone internet. So when Telecity goes down, people across
Telecity owner Equinix accepts blame for yesterday's BT outage
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted 6 days ago
operators and the backbone internet. So when Telecity goes down, people across the country are affected, if not directly then via dips in the performance of online apps, such as Skype, Amazon Web Services, Google Docs and Microsoft's Office... Read more
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Web Host Industry Review
Google Launches Its First Cloud Data Center on West CoastGoogle kicked off recently to expand its global cloud data center infrastructur
Google Launches Its First Cloud Data Center on West Coast
Web Host Industry Review / Posted 6 days ago
Google kicked off recently to expand its global cloud data center infrastructure as it competes with cloud giants like Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure, both of whom are far ahead in the amount of cloud availability regions. The company... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Xero details expansion at annual meetingat the annual meeting in Sydney the software-as-a-service firm is in the proces
Xero details expansion at annual meeting
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 6 days ago
at the annual meeting in Sydney the software-as-a-service firm is in the process of migrating its core platform to Amazon Web Services, reducing costs and paving the way for the company to expand its product range into front office... Read more
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Market Watch
Analysts see a silver lining in Microsoft’s shift to the cloudcloud computing platform. Microsoft isn’t without some stiff competition here,
Analysts see a silver lining in Microsoft’s shift to the cloud
Market Watch / Posted 6 days ago
cloud computing platform. Microsoft isn’t without some stiff competition here, competing against Amazon.com’s AMZN, +0.53% Amazon Web Services among others. Trip Chowdhry, an analyst with Global Equities Research, said in a note Wednesday that he... Read more
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NZCity
NZ's Xero to beef up product offerat the annual meeting in Sydney the software-as-a-service firm is in the proces
NZ's Xero to beef up product offer
NZCity / Posted 7 days ago
at the annual meeting in Sydney the software-as-a-service firm is in the process of migrating its core platform to Amazon Web Services, reducing costs and paving the way for the company to expand its product range into front office... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Xero to beef up product offer; millionth customer due this yearat the annual meeting in Sydney the software-as-a-service firm is in the proces
Xero to beef up product offer; millionth customer due this year
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 7 days ago
at the annual meeting in Sydney the software-as-a-service firm is in the process of migrating its core platform to Amazon Web Services, reducing costs and paving the way for the company to expand its product range into front office... Read more
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Wired News
Microsoft Has Zoomed Back to Relevance after Hitting Bottomappears that Microsoft is making far more on its cloud services than Amazon, wh
Microsoft Has Zoomed Back to Relevance after Hitting Bottom
Wired News / Posted 7 days ago
appears that Microsoft is making far more on its cloud services than Amazon, which made $2.41 billion last quarter from its Amazon Web Services division. The problem is that, in reporting its results, Microsoft bundles its Azure line of cloud... Read more
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SiliconANGLE
Google announces pricing for Stackdriver, its upcoming cloud monitoring toolit as a unified monitoring, logging and diagnostics service for managing worklo
Google announces pricing for Stackdriver, its upcoming cloud monitoring tool
SiliconANGLE / Posted 7 days ago
it as a unified monitoring, logging and diagnostics service for managing workloads on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and Amazon Web Services (AWS). It’s a bit like remote monitoring and management (RMM) only for cloud computing. The service has... Read more
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SiliconANGLE
EMC, VMware beat earnings forecasts ahead of Dell acquisition votesuffering declines in their core products in the face of rapidly rising competi
EMC, VMware beat earnings forecasts ahead of Dell acquisition vote
SiliconANGLE / Posted 7 days ago
suffering declines in their core products in the face of rapidly rising competition from cloud computing companies such as Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure as well as upstarts using newer and more efficient open-source software to run data... Read more
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SiliconANGLE
EMC shareholders bless $60 billion Dell buyout. Next up: China’s regulatorsworkloads to the cloud or to hybrid setups using their own data centers and pri
EMC shareholders bless $60 billion Dell buyout. Next up: China’s regulators
SiliconANGLE / Posted 7 days ago
workloads to the cloud or to hybrid setups using their own data centers and private clouds as well as public clouds such as Amazon Web Services. As a result, Dell’s and EMC’s core products, while declining, haven’t fallen off a cliff. Indeed, the... Read more
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USA Today
Microsoft's LinkedIn deal looms over quarter10, a free upgrade that quickly found its way onto 350 million devices. Micros
Microsoft's LinkedIn deal looms over quarter
USA Today / Posted 7 days ago
10, a free upgrade that quickly found its way onto 350 million devices. Microsoft’s Azure cloud is second only to dominant Amazon Web Services and accounts for $8 billion in annualized revenue. Nadella has said he is aiming for $20 billion in cloud... Read more
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techcentral.ie
The public cloud landscapetime to be building applications today, there’s no question about that,” said I
The public cloud landscape
techcentral.ie / Posted 7 days ago
time to be building applications today, there’s no question about that,” said Ian Massingham, EMEA technical evangelist for Amazon Web Services (AWS). “As more competitors join the market, it further accelerates the benefits to the customer because... Read more
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T3
Why Amazon, not Apple, is going to be the biggest company ever within the next five yearsAmazon can also be thoughts of as a backbone to most of the up and coming compa
Why Amazon, not Apple, is going to be the biggest company ever within the next five years
T3 / Posted 8 days ago
Amazon can also be thoughts of as a backbone to most of the up and coming companies that exist on the Internet. Through Amazon Web Services, abbreviated to AWS, the company is offering the tools—hosting, for example—that small startups need for... Read more
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The Register
If managing PCs is still hard, good luck patching 100,000 internet thingsofficer Snehal Antani told The Register, “How will they keep their devices patc
If managing PCs is still hard, good luck patching 100,000 internet things
The Register / Posted 8 days ago
officer Snehal Antani told The Register, “How will they keep their devices patched?” Once answer we've heard from Amazon Web Services' (AWS') is to that dumb things might just be a smart idea. The cloud colossus' APAC technology head... Read more
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