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Microsoft Adds Custom Vision, Upgraded Face API to Its Cloud AI Slate

Custom Vision enables developers to build mobile apps with built-in visual intelligence capabilities.
OpenStack Queens

OpenStack Queens Accelerates Open-Source Cloud With New Capabilities

The 17th release of the open-source OpenStack cloud platform is now generally available, with new capabilities to support advanced workloads with improved container integration.
Cyber-Privacy Legislation

Supreme Court Appears Divided on Microsoft Cloud Data Privacy Case

NEWS ANALYSIS: There was no clear winner in the legal arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of U.S. v. Microsoft, but there was agreement that the current 1986 law was inadequate.
SAP Cloud Apps

SAP Offers Enterprise Customers a Consumption Model for Cloud Apps

SAP isn’t going to a full “pay-as-you-go” plan for enterprise cloud apps, but it’s new “consumption-based” model makes it easy for companies to manage and pay for services based on pre-determined estimates of usage and cost.
cloud storage

Microsoft Azure Absent as Apple iCloud Cozies Up to Google Cloud

Apple reveals that it is using the Google Cloud Platform to store some user data in a support document that once included Microsoft Azure.

Salesforce, United Way Enable Employee Giving in Philanthropy Cloud

This is described as a first-of-its-kind enterprise app to help companies engage their employees in giving back and supporting pet causes.

Samsung, PTC Go in Together on New IoT Initiatives

The deal puts to work PTC's integration and consulting talent alongside its ThingWorx Industrial Innovation Platform and Samsung's ARTIK Smart IoT Platform.

IT Science Case Study: How FuseFX Studio Optimized Its Video Workflow

Award-winning visual effects studio FuseFX uses Amazon Web Services to support its mission-critical file-based workloads and meet fast-paced deadlines for Amazon Video’s television comedy, “The Tick,” and other projects. It needed to improve the complicated workflow it uses on a 24/7 basis.

Dropbox Finally Makes It Public That It's Going Public

The San Francisco-based cloud storage and business productivity tool maker, which had secretly filed to go public in January, plans to raise $500 million to push the business forward.
SAP Hybris GDPR Services

SAP Hybris Introduces New Services to Help Companies Cope With GDPR

Leveraging its acquisition of Gigya last fall, SAP Hybris has released three new services designed to help companies comply with the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.
Bursty Azure Cloud Workloads

Google Says New Cloud Updates Simplify VM Management

The new features are designed to help organizations create, clone and manage virtual " on Gcoogle's cloud platform.

Why Blockchain Will Serve New IT Purposes in 2018

NEWS ANALYSIS: The use of blockchain’s digital ledger is a growing trend because it offers a new level of security in business transactions that wasn’t available previously. With security at the top of everybody’s list for finding new solutions fast, this idea has caused a lot of interest in...

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