Tagged With Cloud Computing

Microsoft is rising after announcing that it's partnering with Xiaomi to make AI and cloud computing devices


DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Cardiogram uses Apple Watches to detect diabetes -- Kansas physicians weigh-in on telehealth bill -- GE to bring health solution to the Olympics


One of the biggest trends in tech over the last decade has been the shift to cloud computing -- and we're seeing the first signs of what might be next



Red Hat explains its $250 million purchase of a hot Google-backed startup


This internet veteran wants to steal Amazon's video business by putting blockchain on 'zombie' computers -- and he's already raised $25 million


Salesforce just made an $11.3 million equity payout for an acquisition



C3 IoT, an almost failed startup founded by a colourful billionaire who was trampled by an elephant, has raised another $100 million


Companies will spend $3.7 trillion on IT in 2018, led by trendy new tech like blockchain, IoT and AI


Google is well-positioned to crush its competition in four big areas in 2018


Dropbox needs to find a new 'ethos' and more business customers for an IPO home run


$10 billion Dropbox has filed the paperwork for an IPO


Salesforce showed analysts a 'secret' slide with updated revenue projections through 2034



DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Microsoft and Google push healthcare strategy with new investment --  Robot pilot aims to ease nursing burdens --  Vermont's $44m HIE has major flaws


Amazon has quietly released a game changer for its cloud: Linux software that runs on corporate servers


Amazon spins a giant roulette wheel every week and whoever's group it lands on needs to do a presentation


Larry Ellison: Oracle's fancy new 'autonomous' database is coming in January, and it will crush Amazon



Oracle topped Wall Street targets, but the stock is sinking over 4%


As Amazon looks for a new headquarters, its insane pace of hiring is slowing down in Seattle


Microsoft's Julie Larson-Green is joining $2.5 billion startup Qualtrics


No one used to call Okta's CEO before trying to squash his business -- now Amazon and Google give him a heads-up and that's 'progress'