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Google buys cloud data migration startup Alooma

Picking away at bigger cloud computing rivals, Google LLC today said it plans to acquire Alooma Inc., which helps companies move their disparate data into a
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Illumio raises $50M more for its adaptive cybersecurity approach

Cybersecurity startup Illumio Inc. today said it has closed a $50 million round of late-stage funding led by J.P. Morgan Asset Management. The Series E round Cloud Didi Chuxing Facebook NEWS SAP Spotify Startups stripe Tiger Global Management Top Stories Top Story 3 Uber Venture Capital

Report: Stripe raises $100M from Tiger Global on a $22B valuation

Payment technology company Stripe Inc. is reported to have raised an additional $100 million in funding as it inches toward a possible initial public offering in
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AWS debuts WorkLink to simplify mobile security for enterprises

Amazon Web Services Inc. has launched a new managed security product called WorkLink to help companies address the growing trend of workers accessing internal applications on the go. One of the
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With Scout robotic rover, Amazon expands autonomous delivery ambitions

In November, Inc.’s cloud division debuted a miniature autonomous racer intended to provide a platform for developers to test machine learning models. Now, it’s
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Microsoft launches new education products as Google claims record Chromebook use

The battle for classroom supremacy is heating up. Today Microsoft Corp. announced new products for the education market, while Google LLC is claiming record numbers