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Skyhigh believes that as enterprises move to identify, control and protect data in the cloud, they must update their strategies to focus on securing data natively in the cloud.
The U.S. Department of Justice makes changes to its secrecy orders policy, prompting Microsoft to pull its high-profile lawsuit.
DAILY VIDEO: Google adds redaction and masking features to Data Loss Prevention API; the Cortana-enabled Harman Kardon Invoke speaker hits stores on Oct. 22; NoSQL database maker MongoDB banks $192 million in its IPO; and there's more.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation adds a pair of open-source security efforts to its project roster, providing cryptographically verifiable software integrity.
New open-source Mojaloop platform for creating payment platforms is designed to help unbanked people around the world access online financial services.
Cray continues to expand its HPC in the cloud vision, teaming up with Microsoft to bring supercomputer-as-a-service solutions to Microsoft's cloud.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Although about 100 localities have submitted proposals to become the site for Amazon's so-called second headquarters, it appears only a few of them meet all of the company's many requirements.
New data loss prevention features in Google Cloud are designed to help organizations better manage sensitive and personal identity data.
The human face is a trove of demographic data. Using AI-enabled facial recognition, SAP Hybris Marketing Cloud helps marketers unlock that information.
Cortana officially enters the increasingly crowded smart speaker race with Harman Kardon Invoke.
A refreshed version of the CSA’s 2016 report includes new real-world anecdotes and examples of recent incidents that relate to each of the 12 cloud-computing threat categories.
VIDEO: Canonical CEO Mark Shuttleworth discusses the next steps for his Linux business and why he made the decision to end development on the Unity converged desktop environment.