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Shared Cloud Infrastructure Spending Poised to Surpass Non-Cloud for the First Time

According to a new report, cloud shared infrastructure spending in 2022 is poised to surpass spending for non-cloud IT infrastructure for the first time ever.

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AWS, Microsoft, and Google Account for More Than Two-Thirds of the Cloud Market

According to new research, the top three cloud providers are extending their lead in the market, accounting for 65% of total cloud spending.

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Supply Chain Issues May Be Constraining Azure Server Availability

Supply chain issues may be negatively impacting Microsoft’s Azure cloud service, constraining the supply of available server resources.

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Oracle the First Major Cloud Provider to Open Cloud Region in Mexico

Oracle has beat its larger rivals to a significant milestone, becoming the first major cloud provider to open a cloud region in Mexico.

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AWS CEO: Transition to the Cloud Is Still in the Early Stages

AWS CEO Adam Selipsky is bullish on the cloud computing transition, telling CNBC’s Jim Cramer that “most of it’s still yet to come.”

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Google Cloud Is a Forrester’s Document Analytics Platforms Leader

Forrester Research has named Google Cloud a leader in Document Analytics space, providing a prestigious boost to the cloud provider.

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Microsoft Azure Is a Major Threat to AWS

Multiple reports are showing that Microsoft Azure is increasingly becoming a major threat to AWS in the cloud space.

TrenDemon CEO: We Connect Content Marketing to Sales

The CEO of TrenDemon, Avishai Sharon, says that they created their cloud-based software solution in order to help companies prove that the marketing content they produced also achieved business goals and sales.

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AWS Wants to ‘Completely Re-Imagine How the AWS Network Is Managed’

Amazon Web Services (AWS) appears prepped for a major overhaul of its service, if a job posting is any indication.

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EU May Ban Cloud Providers From Providing Services in Russia

The European Union (EU) is stepping up sanctions on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine, floating the possibility of prohibiting cloud providers from operating in the country.