Cloud security concerns still persist

Despite efforts from some of the larger tech companies to find new ways to assuage customers that cloud computing is safer than ever, it seems that many enterprises still lack a sense of assurance that they can trust everything related to the sector.

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Date 15 September 2019 Categories
Rackspace expands Kubernetes service

With VMware looking to ramp up its enterprise offering for various partners around the world, its pickup of Kubernetes is looking like a smart decision set to pay off in the next few years.

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Date 14 September 2019 Categories
VMware double acquisition boosts cloud computing and enterprise

Cloud infrastructure giant, VMware, has expanded its reach in the sector with a double pick-up of two companies in the space. It has put around $4billion down in total to acquire both Pivotal Software, a cloud-native platform, and Carbon Black, an endpoint security software company. This allows VMware to move deeper into working with cloud-native enterprises and securing extra space away from the moves of the biggest three tech companies in cloud computing.

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Date 13 September 2019 Categories
Cross-industry cloud and computing consortium launched

It seems clear that security will be at the forefront of the minds of most decision-makers when it comes to migrating towards a digital future. As well as the widely-publicised benefits, there are also potential worries that could pose issues if not mitigated.

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Date 13 September 2019 Categories
African development set to be boosted by cloud

Developing nations have realised the potential benefits that could be provided by emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and cloud computing, but now it appears we are getting closer to such progress being harnessed.

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Date 13 September 2019 Categories
Energy sector the latest to embrace cloud computing

It has been somewhat of a breakthrough year for the cloud computing sector, having transformed from an afterthought and something only for the top decision-makers in niche industries to something that is changing how global businesses interact with software.

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Date 23 August 2019 Categories
The disruptive effect of 5G on cloud

Nobody seems sure what the bigger picture is for cloud computing when it comes to 5G or whether both burgeoning industries might become rolled into one. The continued rollout for the latest connectivity technology could have an impact on what happens to businesses when they choose their digital strategy going into the next decade.

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Date 22 August 2019 Categories
Brexit causing a slowdown in SAP adoption

There is expected to be a lot of disruption to many UK sectors over the next few months, as Brexit nears the supposed finishing line, but exactly how it will affect the cloud computing sector remains to be seen. SAP adoption is currently down, according to the latest statistics, with big businesses seeming more cautious about large investments in new technology when the short-term future looks murky.

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Date 21 August 2019 Categories
Latest Microsoft Azure results show hybrid cloud potential

While the biggest tech companies around the world have been fighting over cloud computing space for everything from defence contracts for the Pentagon in the US, to car manufacturers in the UK, the profits and numbers they generate each quarter can be most important for the long-term growth of the sector.

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Date 20 August 2019 Categories
Amazon links cloud to health sector

With many different sectors appearing to benefit from what cloud computing can offer to users and companies around the world, it is not surprising that the health sector stands to receive major benefits.

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Date 20 August 2019 Categories
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