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‘If you pick a favorite and you’re wrong, you’re fired’: Banks are debating whether to take a single- or multi-cloud approach ...
Wall Street's adoption of the public cloud includes critical questions around how many providers to work with.
Microsoft is building the "Netflix for games." Here's everything we know about the ambitious plan to own the streaming future of gaming.
Microsoft’s head of healthcare thought it was a ‘career-ending move’ when Satya Nadella offered him the job. Here’s why he say...
Peter Lee thought at first that taking on the tech giant's healthcare strategy would be a "career-ending move."
She helped one company define a new market. Now, former MetricStream CEO Shellye Archambeau is joining $7.4 billion Okta to do it again
Identity management company Okta welcomed former MetricStream CEO Shellye Archambeau to its board of directors on Thursday.
Meet the 22-year Oracle veteran executive who’s going to lead Google in the cloud wars against Amazon and Microsoft
Diane Greene announced she would be stepping down as Google Cloud's chief exec. Green's replacement will be the 22-year Oracle veteran Thomas Kurian.
We compared Google Drive with Apple’s iCloud and Dropbox to find the best cloud storage solution — and the winner is clear
Cloud storage apps aren't the sexiest technology ever, but investing in right app is worth your time, and can help you be more productive. We've compared the three biggest solutions — Google Drive, iCloud and Dropbox — and there is an obvious winner.
Amazon reportedly plans to end its reliance on Oracle — but Oracle says Amazon bought $60 million of its tech just a year ago
Amazon depends on Oracle databases to run big chunks of its business. A report from CNBC says that Amazon might be ending that reliance — but an Oracle spokesperson says that they don't think Amazon could do it.
Google is constantly promoting the growth of the company's cloud service but on the eve of the company's "Next" cloud conference, CEO Sundar Pichai conceded that all the top players are faring well.
Fiber optic wires, servers, and more than 550,000 miles of underwater cables: Here’s what the internet actually looks like
As we become comfortable in our mobile device-driven lives, we forget that interactions over the web don't happen via signal, but rather through an intricate system strategically placed buildings and cables.
In a blog post in January, Microsoft said it was "proud to support" Immigrations and Customs Enforcement with its Azure Government cloud software.