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Google says it will gradually roll out mobile-first indexing of websites on its search platform.
Microsoft's new Insights in Excel feature uses artificial intelligence to help users find data trends that are tucked deep in their spreadsheets.
As the internet gets increasingly more fragile, automation--as it is in most other IT categories--becomes a big factor in making it run more efficiently. Cisco Systems will be deploying its new intent-based networking (IBN) approach.
NEWS ANALYSIS: While you were watching the drama in Washington, the real site blocking was actually going on much farther west as Amazon, Apple and Google squabbled.
Cloud services providers Baidu and Microsoft will use AMD’s new EPYC server chips in their cloud environment, helping AMD in its efforts to grow its server ambitions.
The new Azure Archive Blob Storage option allows businesses to store their infrequently accessed data on Microsoft's cloud for less than a penny per gigabyte per month.
Amazon's decision to resume sales of the Chromecast device follows Google's threat to cut YouTube access for users of Amazon's Fire TV and Echo Show.
Experts believe we might see things like machine-learning-assisted storage and de-archiving becoming commonplace during the coming calendar year.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The much-hyped network neutrality vote, though briefly delayed by a security threat, went much like the previous one, with a party line vote and little substantive debate on the issue.
Enterprises are beginning to realize that cloud, artificial intelligence and DevOps are not a threat to security, but are in fact the best way to reduce risk. DevSecOps will become a hot new "thing."
In two whitepapers, Google describes measures for protecting data traveling to its networks and within them.
HPE and Rackspace insist there’s plenty of enterprise demand for on-premises infrastructure, with managed, pay-as-you-go options providing cost-effective alternatives to public cloud platforms such as Amazon Web Services.