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Google Cloud buys Israeli cybersecurity startup Siemplify

Alphabet-owned Google Cloud has acquired Israeli cybersecurity startup Siemplify, as the U.S. tech giant expands its security offerings amid rising cyber attacks. To bolster its response...
AWS event for CIOs

AWS third outage this month impacts more digital business

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has suffered a third outage this month, this time due to a power outage that hampered services like Slack, Epic...
Alibaba AI chip business

China cancels deal with Alibaba Cloud over cybersecurity issue

Chinese regulators have suspended an information-sharing partnership with Alibaba Cloud Computing, over accusations it failed to promptly report and address a cybersecurity vulnerability. Alibaba Cloud...
Airtel India cybersecurity solutions

Airtel Business and IBM deploy cloud solution for milk farmers

Airtel Business and IBM have collaborated to deploy a hybrid cloud solution for a group of Milk Producer Companies (MPCs) created by NDDB Dairy...
Oracle

Oracle in talks to buy Cerner for $30 billion

Enterprise software maker Oracle is in talks to buy electronic medical records company Cerner in a deal that could be valued at $30 billion, the Wall...
ICT in hospitality industry

Oracle’s OPERA Cloud property management system

Oracle revealed that it has seen a 300 percent increase in hotel customers using OPERA Cloud property management system (PMS) to improve operations and...
Oracle Cloud for CIOs

Oracle expands cloud region in Nordics by adding new data centers

Oracle said it opened its cloud region in the Nordics in Stockholm, along with one in Milan, Italy, as the Covid-19 pandemic increased demand for...
US dollar

G7CR invests $1 mn in start-ups via technology services

G7CR Technologies, a cloud service provider in Bangalore, has invested over $1 million in various start-ups via technology services in the last quarter. G7CR Technologies, as...
Cloud infrastructure services expenditure in China

Cloud spending in China surges 43% to $7.2 bn in Q3: Canalys

Cloud infrastructure services spending in China increased  43 percent year on year to US$7.2 billion in Q3 2021, according to Canalys. Alibaba Cloud remained the market leader, with Huawei Cloud and Tencent Cloud vying for second and third place. Baidu AI Cloud came in fourth place. The top four local cloud service providers dominated the home market again this year, accounting for 80 percent of total spend. However, Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services have both stated their intentions to expand their presence in mainland China through existing partnerships with local companies. ByteDance has announced its entry into the enterprise cloud computing market through its Volcano Engine brand, adding to the competition. As a result, the main Chinese cloud service providers are concentrating their efforts on expanding their  foreign data centres, particularly in Southeast Asia. Alibaba Cloud had a 38.3 percent market share in mainland China in Q3 2021. The Internet, financial services, and retail industries all contributed to the company’s 33.3 percent yearly revenue increase. With a 17.0 percent market share, Huawei Cloud was the second largest provider. It increased...
Oracle Sparc server

Oracle reports $1.2 bn loss thanks to CEO Mark Hurd

Oracle reported fiscal 2022 Q2 results. Total quarterly revenues were up 6 percent year-over-year to $10.4 billion. Cloud services and license support revenues were...

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