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Google announces its intention to acquire Alooma, a start-up specializing in cloud migration, which has raised approximately $ 15 million so far

David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images Thomas Kurian, the new Google Cloud Manager and former President of Product Development at Oracle, speaks at the Oracle OpenWorld conference in San Francisco on September 24, 2013. Google is making another… Continue Reading →

The new version of Adobe Experience Cloud simplifies the delivery of content

The latest version of Adobe Experience Manager, released Feb. 13, leverages Sensei, the company's artificial intelligence and machine learning technology, to better manage and automate the delivery of personalized Web content. Adobe unveiled its cloud-based marketing platform, Adobe Experience Cloud,… Continue Reading →

6 Key Measures Generating Growth on the Cloud Native Computing Foundation

There are many open-source organizations, but none has experienced a 2018 year as large as the Foundation for Cloud Computing (CNCF) and 2019 does not seem to be different. On February 8, the CNCF released its 2018 Annual Report, which… Continue Reading →

BrandPost: Have you stumbled on your deployments in the public cloud? An industry analyst offers advice.

As many businesses rush into the public cloud, the IT department continues to adapt to the complexities created by these environments. The cost problem, the security and the growing skills gap seem to be consuming today's agenda, but is there… Continue Reading →

IBM extends Watson-branded artificial intelligence services to its own cloud platform and now enables businesses to run them on their own datacenters

IBM announced today the release of its Watson brand artificial intelligence services, such as the Watson Wizard for the creation of conversation interfaces and Watson OpenScale for the management of the cycle of life of the AI, from its own… Continue Reading →

4 situations where staying on the spot may be better than the cloud, for the moment

One can be forgiven for thinking that everything about computers is absorbed in the cloud. There is immense pressure to move the cloud. As a recent IDG survey of 550 senior executives reveals, over one-third (38%) say their IT departments… Continue Reading →

Finalist of the 2019 Benchmark Awards: Airservices cloud migration allows a fast landing

Nothing beats a tight deadline to center the minds, but Chris Seller, CIO of Airservices Australia, has no regrets to have transferred all the computer park of the agency in one of the new secured commercial clouds Canberra's "Protected" quality…. Continue Reading →

The best cloud storage services for Apple users

If you really want to get the most out of your laptop, your tablet and your phone in the world always connected today, you need a cloud storage service. Cloud file storage may have begun to be a way for… Continue Reading →

ANZ's IT manager says his cloud computing is focused on flexibility and not on price in a context of industry uncertainty

Gerard Florian, head of technology at ANZ retail bank, said his institution focused on the organizational flexibility that cloud offers over simple savings in a changing and potentially uncertain regulatory environment. "We know that by adopting the cloud, we will… Continue Reading →

Ultimate Software Group, maker of human resource management software for the cloud, to be purchased by a group of investors led by PE Hellman & Friedman for about $ 11 billion

(Reuters) – Ultimate Software Group Inc., a developer of cloud-based human resources applications, announced Monday that it has agreed to be acquired by a group of investors led by the venture capital company. Hellman & Friedman investment for around $… Continue Reading →

Why Amazon's AWS Cloud Business will continue to grow

For a business that started with the simple selling of books online, Amazon has come a long way. Although consumer goods, including books, are at the heart of Amazon's business, it is the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud division that… Continue Reading →

Portworx seeks to improve the portability of Kubernetes data in the cloud

As companies increasingly choose to adopt Kubernetes technologies in the cloud, there is a need to facilitate storage deployment and management. Helping businesses manage storage in Kubernetes has been Goutham Rao's mission since the launch of Portworx in December 2014…. Continue Reading →

Gartner: Cloud and Enterprise Software Will Drive Global IT Expense

If you have doubts about the fact that digital transformation is a priority for IT managers, just look at what they buy. Expenditures on enterprise software, especially cloud services and applications, are expected to grow faster than any other IT… Continue Reading →

Google states that Cloud Firestore, its server-free NoSQL document database for mobile, web, and IoT applications, is now available in 13 regions of the world.

Google announced today that Cloud Firestore, its NoSQL server-free document database for mobile, web, and IoT applications, is now available. In addition, Google also introduces some new features and extends the service to 10 new regions. With this launch, Google… Continue Reading →

Ultraviolet, the cloakroom for cloud movies launched in 2011 with the support of major Hollywood studios, closes on July 31

Ultraviolet, a cloud movie locker considered to be Hollywood's best bet for consumers to be interested in digital movies, is launching. The Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE), the industrial consortium charged with executing Ultraviolet, will stop service on July 31st…. Continue Reading →

Microsoft Q2: business figure of $ 32.5 billion, up 12% year on year; $ 10.1 billion in productivity revenue and business processes, up 13% year-over-year; Intelligent Cloud revenue of $ 9.4 billion, up 20% year-over-year

The power of the Microsoft cloud feeds the results of the second quarter REDMOND, Wash. – 30 January 2019 – Microsoft Corp. announced today the following results for the quarter ended December 31, 2018, compared to the corresponding period of… Continue Reading →

Israeli start-up Pliops, which develops cloud storage processors, raises $ 30 million in Series B funds led by Softbank Ventures Asia

The Israeli company of cloud storage solutions, Pliops, announced today the closing of a $ 30 million Series B round of financing led by Softbank Ventures Asia with the participation of all Series A investors, including Intel Capital, State of… Continue Reading →

Alibaba Q3: revenue up 41% year on year, its lowest pace in three years, to about 17 billion, thanks to cloud computing revenue, up 84% to 962 million $; net income up 33% to $ 4.5 billion

HANGZHOU, China – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Alibaba Group Holding Limited (NYSE: BABA) announced today its results for the quarter ended December 31, 2018. "Alibaba had another strong quarter. Our operational resilience and financial performance is a direct reflection of our… Continue Reading →

Juniper Networks Announces Mixed Q4 Results as Cloud Customers Continue to Collapse

Juniper Networks on Tuesday announced mixed financial results for the fourth quarter and warned investors that delays among large cloud customers would hurt its first quarter results. Juniper said its revenue for the first quarter would be about $ 980… Continue Reading →

Microsoft affected by global cloud connection issues

Microsoft has encountered a global cloud service problem, including Office 365, Azure Portal, Dynamics 365, and LinkedIn, preventing many users from connecting to cloud services. The problem started this morning at 7:15 am Sydney time and would have impacted many… Continue Reading →

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