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Dell EMC: $1B Air Force Cloud Project Is Just the Beginning
Mitch Wagner  
9/21/2017   1 comment
Today public cloud, tomorrow hybrid cloud? Dell EMC provides some detail on the Air Force's big cloud move.
US Air Force Awards $1B Cloud Contract
Mitch Wagner  
9/20/2017   Post a comment
Dell EMC, General Dynamics and Microsoft recruited for five-year IT transformation for up to 776,000 users.
IBM, Microsoft Rank in Blockchain Survey
Scott Ferguson  
9/19/2017   1 comment
Juniper Research ranks IBM as the number one supplier of blockchain, with Microsoft following in second place.
Microsoft Azure 'Confidential Computing' Secures Data In Use
Mitch Wagner  
9/15/2017   3 comments
Developed in collaboration with Intel, 'Azure confidential computing' protects data from malicious insiders, hackers and malware, and third parties accessing without consent, according to Microsoft.
Blockchain Alternative Swirlds Raises $3M in Seed Funding
Scott Ferguson  
9/14/2017   Post a comment
Swirlds is looking to build an alternative to blockchain and now it has $3 million in funding to promote its hashgraph distributed consensus platform.
Rackspace Acquiring Datapipe in Multi-Cloud Managed Services Play
Scott Ferguson  
9/11/2017   2 comments
Rackspace is acquiring Datapipe to increase its multi-cloud management, managed services and colocation presence. The combined company will have revenues of $2.4 billion and 6,700 employees.
Cisco Exec Faced 'Terrifying' Deportation as Undocumented Immigrant
Mitch Wagner  
9/8/2017   7 comments
Rowan Trollope, currently a Cisco senior vice president, was nearly deported from the US as a teenager after his mother, 'a free spirit,' neglected to get visas for herself and her children when she immigrated to the US.
IBM, US Army Ink $135M Cloud Deal
Scott Ferguson  
9/6/2017   2 comments
IBM has signed a deal to provide cloud services and other tech support for the US Army's Logistics Support Activity group over the next 33 months.
Las Vegas: Can Sin City Win Smart City Bet?
Scott Ferguson  
9/5/2017   7 comments
Las Vegas is primed for a technology revolution, says CIO Michael Sherwood. Can Sin City transform itself into a smart city?
Cloud Security Will Hit $12B by 2024 – Report
Scott Ferguson  
8/29/2017   4 comments
A new industry survey from Hexa Research finds that the market for cloud security is expected to grow from about $1.4 billion in 2016 to more than $12 billion by 2024.
IBM, Partners Using Blockchain to Protect Food Supply
Scott Ferguson  
8/22/2017   4 comments
IBM and a consortium of major retail and distribution vendors are planning to use blockchain technology to better monitor and secure the global supply chain for food.
Rackspace Wants to Encrypt Customer Data in the Cloud
Scott Ferguson  
8/15/2017   2 comments
Rackspace is expanding its managed security service with encryption.
HPE Blasting Spaceborne Supercomputer Into Space
Scott Ferguson  
8/11/2017   5 comments
When Elon Musk's SpaceX Dragon rocket takes off later this month to the ISS, it will be equipped with an HPE supercomputer dubbed Spaceborne.
Sony, IBM Bringing Blockchain to Education
Scott Ferguson  
8/10/2017   4 comments
Sony is using IBM's blockchain to bring the technology to the education sector.
IoT Security Raises Concerns for US Senators
Scott Ferguson  
8/3/2017   9 comments
With the Internet of Things continuing to grow, a group of US senators is looking to get a better handle on the security of connected devices.
Apple Defends China VPN Ban
Mitch Wagner  
8/2/2017   3 comments
Apple banned unlicensed VPN apps from its Chinese App Store in compliance with local law, as it does in all countries it does business in, CEO Tim Cook said Tuesday.
Apple Responds to Trump, Touts 2M US Jobs
Mitch Wagner  
8/1/2017   9 comments
While President Donald Trump says Apple CEO Tim Cook promised to build three manufacturing plants in the US, Cook claims Apple has created 2 million jobs.
Healthcare Heads to the Cloud
Scott Ferguson  
8/1/2017   6 comments
Healthcare is embracing cloud computing almost as fast as traditional enterprises. Why this sudden acceptance of technology? ECN went looking for answers.
Arista Switch Ban Stays in Place for Now
Scott Ferguson  
7/21/2017   9 comments
The International Trade Commission has ruled that a ban against Arista's networking switches will stay in place for now.
IBM Brings Big Iron to the Big Cloud
Scott Ferguson  
7/17/2017   6 comments
IBM's new z14 mainframe emphasizes cloud and encryption.
Arista Barred From Importing Switches to US
Scott Ferguson  
7/6/2017   7 comments
Arista's years-long fight with Cisco over patent infringement took another turn this week as the company announced it would not import some of switching products into the US to comply with an ITC ruling.
IBM Targets Data Governance as Europe Eyes More Privacy
Scott Ferguson  
6/22/2017   11 comments
With new European Union regulations looming, IBM is looking to contribute more to Apache Atlas, as well as expand its commercial data governance and compliance offerings.
Microsoft, Accenture Building Blockchain Digital IDs for 1.1B People
Scott Ferguson  
6/20/2017   3 comments
Accenture and Microsoft are planning to use blockchain to create digital identification for more than 1 billion people as part of the UN's ID2020 program.
US Loses Top Slots in Supercomputing Rankings
Scott Ferguson  
6/19/2017   1 comment
For only the second time in 24 years, the United States does not have a supercomputer in one of the top three spots on the Top 500 list. China, however, remains dominant.
US Energy Department Aims for Exascale
Scott Ferguson  
6/19/2017   1 comment
The US Energy Department is doling out millions in grants to six tech companies to build an exascale supercomputer, and to better compete with China in the HPC market.
Blockchain to Blow Up Startup Investing
Mitch Wagner  
5/31/2017   5 comments
Blockchain has the potential to disrupt the way startups get funded, according to a couple of Silicon Valley investors.
Trump Administration Targets H-1B Visa Fraud
Scott Ferguson  
4/3/2017   2 comments
The US Citizenship and Immigration Services, along with the Justice Department, have issued new warnings for companies looking to use the H-1B visa program to hire foreign workers this year.
Microsoft Using Patents to Gain Edge in Connected Cars
Scott Ferguson  
3/23/2017   6 comments
Microsoft is planning to use its wide array of patents to muscle its way into the connected car space. Toyota is the first to sign up.
Hottest Cloud Skills for 2017: Exclusive Special Report
Scott Ferguson  
3/15/2017   27 comments
When it comes to cloud computing, the right set of skills can make all the difference. Enterprise Cloud News has exclusive research to find out which ones matter the most.




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