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Even with poor network connectivity, Google Photos can upload images to cloud

In a move to roll out an update for its Google Photos app, aimed at improving image backups on 2G connections, it seems that the tech giant ‘Google’ is focused on ... Read More >>

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Oracle’s New Service Turns Cloud Computing ‘Inside-Out’ – WSJ

Oracle Corp, recently laid out a major element of its strategy for competing in the fiercely competitive market for cloud computing, launching a new service that it says addresses the security concern [....]

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HPE and Microsoft invest in cloud computing startup Mesosphere

Cloud computing startup Mesosphere Inc. got the support of two tech giants, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Microsoft. The company closed $73.5 million in a Series C funding round led by HPE, wit [....]

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Google to Challenge Amazon, Microsoft in Cloud Computing War

When Google scored a $400 million to $600 million deal to supply cloud services to Apple last week, according to multiple reports, it was widely viewed as a coup for the search giant’s cloud bus [....]

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Google polishes hybrid cloud security with strategic partnerships

Not to be left behind as companies like IBM,Cisco andMicrosoft all expand their services for enterprises opting for hybrid cloud environments, Google recently announced a raft of partne [....]

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GoDaddy launches AWS-style servers and apps to build, test and scale cloud services

GoDaddy, the web hosting and domain registration company that went public last year, is adding new cloud services to grow the revenues it makes from the 14 million small businesses that make up the ma [....]

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Adobe gives marketers a data-science boost with new cloud services

If the marketer’s goal is to reach customers with the right message, in the right place, at the right time, it stands to reason that deeper insight into any of those dimensions could only be a g [....]

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India Aims to Capture 20% Market Share in IoT

India aims to capture 20 per cent market share in Internet of Things (IoT), an emerging sector which would be worth $300 billion by 2020, a top Nasscom official stated. The IoT is driving the fourth w [....]

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Apple to move a part of cloud business from AWS to Google

According to reports, the tech company Apple has moved some of its iCloud and services data from Amazon Web Services to Google’s cloud platform, in what is seen as a bid by the iPhone maker to d [....]

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Apple looks forward to Google’s Cloud Platform as it diversifies its infrastructure

Apple is planning to move part of its cloud business from AWS to Google’s Cloud Platform. This is another huge win for Google and at the very least perceive,  loss of ground for AWS, [....]

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The New cloud tool links big data to business intelligence

Big data can provide a useful source of insights for business analysis. But providing access to it can mean significant IT effort and the use of expensive, off-the-shelf solutions. Altiscale the big d [....]

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