Box CEO: I'm A Pretty Annoying Founder
Box CEO: I’m A Pretty Annoying Founder

Box co-founder and CEO Aaron Levie recently appeared on the Jason Calacanis podcast, This Week In Startups, where he talked about being annoying and stubborn.

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Volkswagen Chooses Microsoft Azure to Accelerate Autonomous Driving

Volkswagen has announced it is partnering with Microsoft to use Azure to accelerate the development of autonomous vehicles.

Microsoft Launches Azure Space - Partners With SpaceX, SES
Microsoft and HPE Partner to Deliver AI and Edge Computing to Space

Microsoft and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) have partnered to bring AI and edge computing to the International Space Station (ISS).

Pandemic Reinvention Is Real For SMBs, Says Bill.com CEO Rene Lacarte
Pandemic Reinvention Is Real For SMBs, Says Bill.com CEO

Rene Lacarte, CEO of Bill.com, says that the pandemic reinvention is real for small and medium-sized businesses and that they need to innovate and digitize the back office.

IBM Cloud
IBM and Palantir Partner On Low-Code AI Development

IBM and Palantir are partnering to make it easier to develop and deploy low-code AI applications to IBM’s hybrid cloud.

Microsoft Viva
Microsoft Viva: Employee Experience Platform for Teams and Microsoft 365

Microsoft has unveiled “Viva,” a new employee experience platform (EXP) designed to integrate with Teams and Microsoft 365.

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Google Cloud Is Growing…But So Are Its Losses

Google released income numbers for its cloud division for the first time, and the results are a mixed bag.

Pentagon
Pentagon May Cancel JEDI Contract With Microsoft

The Pentagon has warned it may be forced to cancel its $10 billion JEDI contract with Microsoft amid Amazon’s ongoing legal challenges.

Google Stadia
Google Backs Out of Game-Making, Shuts Down Stadia Game Studios

Google is backing away from making games for its Stadia gaming platform, shutting down the involved studios.

Azure
Microsoft Azure Will Be Bigger Than Office In 2022

Microsoft Azure is growing by leaps and bounds, with at least one analyst predicting it will eclipse Office by 2022.