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Microsoft Improves Azure Cloud Disaster Recovery Visibility

Microsoft adds new monitoring capabilities to Azure Site Recovery, allowing users to gauge how well their configurations can handle IT mishaps.

Cisco Upgrades HyperFlex Platform for Multi-Cloud Use

Networker adds support for containers and Microsoft Hyper-V, integrates multicloud services.
Cisco HyperFlex enhancements

Cisco Adds Support for Microsoft Hyper-V, Containers to HyperFlex

The vendor is adding enhancements such as Hyper-V and container support to make it easier for customers to run workloads in hybrid cloud environments.
Alphabet X Chronicle Spin Out

Google's Parent Alphabet Launches Independent Security Company

Alphabet’s Chronicle venture will focus on security analytics services for enterprises.

Lloyd's Estimates the Impact of a U.S. Cloud Outage at $19 Billion

A joint research report from insurance provider Lloyd's of London and the American Institutes for Research (AIR), looks at the potential costs related to a major public cloud outage in the U.S.

Cloud Spending Will Soar as Enterprise Reliance on SaaS Grows: IDC SLIDESHOW

A new IDC report finds that enterprises will spend briskly on a variety of cloud services through at least 2021 with Software as a Service leading the way.
Windows Mobile Audio e-Book

Google Starts Selling Audiobooks in Latest Challenge to Amazon

Unlike Amazon’s Audible service, users can buy individual Google audiobook titles without any membership and without any commitment to buy more.

Deloitte Adds to Its Cloud Integration by Acquiring ATADATA

The ATAsphere platform provides automated, integrated cloud migration along with discovery, application mapping, mirroring, and migration for enterprise workloads at scale.
Daily Tech Briefing Jan. 22, 2018

Amazon Unveils 20 Potential Sites for Second Headquarters VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: Amazon's list of 20 potential HQ2 sites shows focus on Washington, D.C.; Dark Caracal targets Android devices in a global cyber-espionage campaign; IBM shows positive revenue growth for the first time in six years; and there's more.

Why Edge Computing Market Will Grow 30 Percent by 2022

Increasing numbers of big-data workloads and the rise of real-time computing have slowed production in the cloud; conventional architectures have been unable to meet future demand. Edge computing is coming to the rescue.

IBM, Salesforce Agree for Watson, Einstein to 'Marry'

IT giants name each other as preferred services providers and will offer all-new customer engagement platform for sales and service.

IBM Outlines Prospects for Java in 2018

NEWS ANALYSIS: Born back in 1995, Java remains one of the most popular programming languages in use, particularly for client-server web applications, with an estimated 9 million developers. Its beauty is that it’s an evolving technology.

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