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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 6/27/2017
IBM and Oracle are looking to rival each other in the cloud market by announcing significant customer agreements within a few days of one another.
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Mitch Wagner Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 6/26/2017
For check printers, the writing is on the wall. People are still writing plenty of checks, but less than they used to. Like typewriter repair shops and vinyl record stores, the business of printing paper checks is a good one to get out of.
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Mitch Wagner Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 6/21/2017
Liberty Mutual, a 100-year-old insurance company, is jumping into the cloud, leveraging Cloud Foundry and agile methodologies to transform the technology it uses to deliver software and services to customers and employees.
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Andrew Froehlich | 6/19/2017
One of the dirty little secrets regarding cloud computing is that there is a tremendous amount of waste that can occur.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 6/6/2017
LAS VEGAS -- HPE Discover -- Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has been struggling with reorganizing and restructuring over the last several months, but the company is making sure it focuses on one part of the market despite the upheaval: hybrid cloud.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 6/2/2017
The World Community Grid, which helps funnel spare compute power from laptops and smartphones to researchers and scientists, has moved its entire infrastructure to IBM's Bluemix public cloud.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 6/1/2017
Microsoft wants to make it easier for developers to deploy applications in containers, especially within Kubernetes environments. To achieve this, it has released a new open source tool dubbed Draft to streamline this process.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 5/25/2017
Red Hat has inked a deal to acquire Codenvy, a five-year-old startup that specializes in developer tools that help create container environments, as well as cloud-based applications.
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Scott Ferguson Editor, Enterprise Cloud, | 5/24/2017
IBM is looking to give users of its private cloud infrastructure greater access to a several open source databases through a new service built on top of the company's Power systems and using OpenStack.
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Susan Fourtané
Susan Fourtané , 6/29/2017 6:10:14 AM
How About a Las Vegas Photowalk Before Dell EMC World?
I couldn't sleep with clown paintings on the walls watching me. -Susan

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JohnMason
JohnMason, 6/29/2017 3:35:14 AM
Microsoft & Box: Frenemies Look to Alter Cloud Storage
Re: AI
Who has the better AI, MS or Google? Also, is Box better than Google Drive?

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JohnMason
JohnMason, 6/29/2017 3:31:43 AM
Cisco, Microsoft, in 'Major,' Mysterious Cloud Deal
I would be surprised if Cicso was getting enough sleep, considering its new friends.

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