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Users mistakenly think that if they put their infrastructure into Amazon (AWS), Google Cloud or Azure, that they’re also providing security—but that’s a fallacy.
Microsoft's latest Azure offering uses Nvidia's virtualization platform to deliver high-performance computer-generated graphics over the cloud.
Google's new search feature is designed to help people find jobs at every skill and experience level, Sundar Pichai CEO says.
Skyport adds new capabilities to its cloud-managed secure server hardware platform to help organizations manage and secure application delivery in the cloud.
Microsoft expects to start delivering cloud services to African customers next year from data centers in Johannesburg and Cape Town.
The telecom deployed its nationwide LTE-M network May 18; it is designed to join others in enabling new-generation IoT devices, applications and services.
Built on Splunk Enterprise for operational intelligence, NetMotion's Mobile IQ delivers real-time analysis and alerts about mobile connectivity.
The world's largest cloud-services business application provider has shown impressive double-digit revenue growth in each of the last three quarters.
The infiswift IoT platform deploys several patent-pending technologies that enable what the company claims is best-in-class performance for agriculture and energy customers at scale.
MarkLogic 9 is aimed at improving performance in three main focus areas: data integration from silos, data manageability and security. Sounds simple, but all of these things are hard to do well.
The buzz circulating in advance of Google I/O indicates that Android, virtual assistants and perhaps the mysterious Fuchsia project will be among the topics the cloud giant discusses at the conference.
Cloud IoT Core will integrate with Google analytics services such as Dataflow and BigQuery on the Google Cloud Platform to help enterprises manage their internet of things environment.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Services generally don't make a lot of news. New products are supposed to have services available to go with them, in case you can't figure them out.