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[VIDEO] Dan Gillespie, the Kubernetes 1.6 release manager, details what's new and what it was like being the first non-Google person to lead a Kubernetes release
Salesforce.com continues to infuse various components of its cloud application family with its Einstein artificial intelligence software to make data more accessible and actionable.
Repeal of the FCC Data Privacy Rule will free Internet service providers such as AT&T and Verizon to sell customer-browsing data to advertisers just like Google or Facebook.
Using a ClearSky package, users pay only for a single, fully protected copy of their data that is accessible on-premises or in the cloud.
Instead of requiring help from IT teams and specialized consultants, Amazon Connect can be configured and run directly by line-of-business employees.
Live Location makes it easier for users to coordinate with as many people as a user wants.
As enterprises migrate to the cloud, security has to be top of mind. Here are tips on how companies can minimize the risk of data breaches as they plan cloud strategies.
Google said it is removing carrier SMS texting as part of a broader effort to make Hangouts and Gmail more streamlined and useful for enterprises.
Workflow automation is an important requirement for businesses and organizations pursuing digital transformation and IT modernization.
NEWS ANALYSIS: IBM tells customers at its InterConnect Conference that "Cloud Native" applications that are designed and optimized to run in the cloud are in their future.
Bottom line: IT in 2017 is all about speed. If a web service or website reacts quickly and efficiently and is easy to navigate, success for all parties generally will follow.
Verizon, AT&T, Johnson & Johnson and Enterprise are the latest major brands to pull YouTube ads due to their placement next to inappropriate content.