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Jun 17, 2019
Microsoft to bring AI digital labs and specialised AI courses in IndiaIn three-year program, Microsoft will support the select institutions with infrastructure, curriculum, and content.
May 02, 2019
Open and AI-powered multi-cloud strategy needed for an enterprise growth spurtThe hybrid multi-cloud strategy has proven to be a successful model for many companies as it is cost-effective, enables enterprises to quickly develop and deploy apps
Jan 18, 2019
Vodafone teams up with IBM to offer cloud systems for business in 5G-playVodafone will pay $550 million to IBM under an eight-year managed-services agreement.
Dec 15, 2018
Cyber attackers to use sophisticated tools against Cloud in 2019: ReportAttackers believe the attackers will leverage proven methods against growing Cloud adoption.
Nov 29, 2018
Microsoft stock value market surpassed Apple's pulling ahead by $3 billionShares of Microsoft jumped 3 percent, pushing its market capitalisation up to $848 billion.
Nov 28, 2018
Amazon Web Services to help skilled students find Cloud computing jobsTool called "Interview Accelerator" in "AWS Educate" will help candidates advance through the job application process faster
Nov 02, 2018
Supercomputer aboard ISS to bring cloud computing to astronauts above the cloudsThe supercomputer withstood microgravity, radiation & power outages during the test year in space.
Oct 30, 2018
Over 93% of Indian companies are still in early stage for Cloud adoption: IDCComparatively, in Asia/Pacific markets more than 14 percent of organisations are in the latter stages of maturity.
Oct 19, 2018
France's OVH to invest $4.6-$8.1 bn to take on Amazon, Google in cloud computingOVH portrays itself as a secure alternative to Google, Amazon, which dominates cloud computing.
Oct 17, 2018
New-age savvy: Digital acceleration at Infosys, TCS shows India's software giants are finding their mojo againA combination of growth in digital segments and a lower attrition would help Infosys retain its image as an admired institution.