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The new Active Status feature on LinkedIn takes the mystery out of the finding an appropriate time to chat with fellow members.
CoreOS updates its Kubernetes-based container management and orchestration platform providing new monitoring features as well enabling support for Microsoft Azure.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Norway’s abundant hydroelectric power, cold climate and cool water make the Scandinavian nation location for the world’s largest data center with near-record efficiency.
DAILY VIDEO: Charlottesville violence shows how the web takes revenge on extremists; Oracle releases Exadata database for bare-metal usage in Its cloud; Amazon improves cloud security with Macie Machine Learning service; and there's more.
Betting that business applications will grow bigger and cloudier, Microsoft acquires HPC cloud specialist Cycle Computing.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Amazon Web Services continues to add new data services to help smooth the way for its enterprise customers to move their mission critical databases to the cloud.
DAILY VIDEO: Facebook launches social Network assault on TV with Watch; Google launches new website to help explain its GDPR controls; Oracle churns out a flock of new cloud applications; and there's more.
The Public Cloud giant announces new services and new customers as Amazon Web Services continues to expand.
A survey of more than 250 retail executives indicates many believe it makes sense to work with the Amazon e-commerce platform—especially smaller retailers. But many are reluctant to do just that.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The “Unite the Right” rally that turned violent in a small Virginia city was enabled by the internet, but then the internet got its revenge.
Security startup Lacework wants to help Amazon's CloudTrail users to more easily identify and detect potential threats.
Amazon announces new services at the AWS Summit in New York City including data transformation, cloud migration and machine learning security offerings.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Oracle decouples Exadata database from proprietary chains and makes it available for bare-metal usage on the company's cloud infrastructure. This speaks well for Oracle's changing approach to open standards systems.