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Deepfence, a new container security startup, emerges with Security-as-a-Microservice approach for cloud native environments.
Google has started beta testing Cloud Tensor Processing Units that are designed to give enterprises more options for speeding up their machine learning workloads in the cloud.
The EU's GDPR is the most sweeping change to data protection in the past 20 years. C-level executives everywhere are scrambling to get a handle on what it means to their organizations and how they are going achieve compliance.
In July, Google's Chrome browser will begin to label any site and any web page still using HTTP as "not secure."
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DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft and Google up the ante in enterprise cloud wars; a water utility in Europe is hit by a cryptocurrency malware mining attack; Dell EMC adds Epyc-based servers to its portfolio; and there's more.
The startup raises $10 million in a bid to bring more control to Docker and Kubernetes cloud-native application data management.
New apps for Windows 10-based devices and iPhones connecting Prysm to employees, regardless of device preference or location.
Box, Dropbox and Google Drive customers are wooed by an offer of free OneDrive access for their business in the face of new features from Google.
The midrange enterprise market is the largest in the world, and tech companies continue to come out with new and improved products designed specifically for them. Stakeholders need to keep aware of trends at all times.
In taking the lead with migrations, "high cloud exposure" companies are reaping the rewards of improved collaboration, innovation, software development and cyber-security.
The cloud is real, and a new study from Cisco forecasts that by 2021 it will represent 95 percent of data center traffic.
Microsoft adds new ways of managing time-sensitive tasks in Planner and makes a free OneDrive offer for businesses that switch from rivals.