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True hybrid cloud moves toward the mainstream

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In the beginning, the only “real” cloud was public cloud. There were those that thought that it wasn’t a fit for the enterprise, or perhaps
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As rocket companies proliferate, new enabling tech emerges as the next wave in the space race

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Blue Origin, Rocket Lab, Relativity Space, Slingshot Aeropsace, SpaceX and Virgin Orbit have raised billions of dollars to create new vehicles to launch payloads into
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Amazon’s cloud again boosts profits but sales guidance disappoints

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Cloud computing keeps wagging Amazon.com Inc.’s e-commerce dog, and investors just wish it would wag a little faster. The Seattle-based retail and cloud behemoth today
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To understand what’s coming in 2019, remember these five numbers from 2018

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As 2018 winds to a close, it’s worth taking a moment to take a brief look back and reflect on another tumultuous year in enterprise
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As re:Invent conference wraps, AWS keeps getting stronger in the cloud

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As its annual re:Invent conference draws to a close, Amazon Web Services Inc. left no doubt in anyone’s mind that it’s investing deeply in the
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Deeper into cloud data: AWS launches a blitz of innovative AI offerings at re:Invent

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Amazon Web Services Inc. made artificial intelligence far and away the dominant theme of its announcements on Wednesday, the second day of re:Invent 2018. As
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In blockbuster move, Amazon jumps into the data center with both feet

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In yet another land grab, cloud computing king Amazon Web Services Inc. today took a giant step further into the inner sanctum of customers’ data
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AWS CEO Andy Jassy on acquisitions: ‘There is nothing off the table for us’

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Amazon.com Inc. executives, from Chief Executive Jeff Bezos on down, are famous for refusing to comment about competitors. No such reticence, though, from Andy Jassy,
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With Ground Station, AWS offers easier access to satellite data via cloud

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Jumping into an entirely new market, Amazon Web Services Inc. today said it will offer easier and faster cloud access to data from space via
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Rethinking strategic cloud for a post-migration world at AWS re:Invent

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In a market driven by unprecedented data growth, software as a service business models and rapidly expanding integration needs, the agile, connected solutions enabled by
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Now, cloud companies want to run the rest of your business

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Technology giant Siemens AG hires 35,000 people each year, sorting through some 2 million applicants for positions in 120 countries in 20 languages. Search is
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Oracle confronts growing challenge from AWS in the cloud

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Oracle Corp.’s future is on the line, but its co-founder, Chairman and Chief Technology Officer Larry Ellison seems to be denying the obvious. What’s obvious